Estero Florida Golf Courses

Fountain Lakes Golf Course
Pelican Sound Golf & River Club
Villages at Country Creek, The
West Bay Golf Club
Wildcat Run Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Pelican Sound Golf & River Club -- Pelican Sound, a fair challenge for all.
Review by: Michael The three nines at Pelican Sound are quite similar in design (but isn't that true for most Florida golf courses) however they do offer some diverse challenges. The fairways are wide, but don't let that give you a false sense of security. They tend to fall off towards lakes, marshes and palmetto bushes rendering your ball lost or unplayable. The greens are large, slightly elevated and well contoured. Green speeds vary depending on grain direction but are always in excellent condition. Watch out for down hill down grain putts, they will get away from you very easily. The practice facilities are good, providing a aqua range (not my favorite, but tends to be the norm in Florida) a good chipping area with a large bunker and a large putting green. Overall Pelican Sound is a good, challenging and fair golf experience. If you can get a tee-time (high season) it is a good course to add to your rotation.
From Waterloo, Ontario

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Great Oaks Golf Course -- Immaculate Beauty
Review by: Kraig Spears This golf course is one of the most beautiful 9 hole golf courses you will find anywhere. The terrain is rolling hills with massive oak trees and pine trees. The entire course is beautifully maintained, with lush fairways and some of the nicest, fastest greens you will find. The course is run by a family who obviously take great pride in their course. They offer friendly, courteous service at a very affordable price. I would recommend it to anyone.
From Leadville, Colorado




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