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East Bay Golf Club - Eighteen Hole Course702 Country Club Dr
Largo, FL 33771
Phone: (727)581-3333Fax: (727)586-6310
This club has an eighteen hole regulation course, plus an eighteen hole par 3 course. The Eighteen Hole Course has water that comes into play on fourteen holes. The fairways are tree lined and the greens are of medium size and speed. The eighteen hole Par 3 Course has open fairways and undulating greens. Water also comes into play several times on this course. The Par 3 Course is lighted for night play until 11 PM.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bermuda Grass||Fairways: Bermuda Grass|
|Dress Code:||No tank tops or cutoffs|
|Season:||Open all year|
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| 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Not an attractive course or well maintained, Oct 25, 2010
from St. Pete Beach
|I enjoy playing golf for the benefit of being outside in a beautiful surrounding enjoying Florida nature as much as for the sport. I didn't find either at this course. The fairways, tees, sand, greens are in terrible shape. The area surrounding the fairways are old, very old condos and rentals, its difficult to determine where fairways lead, it's like playing on a huge field and pins are rarely in view from the tees. It's a bargain price but not worth it for me to return. I would gladly pay more for a better overall experience.|
| 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
Mediocre Golf Course, Jun 14, 2009
from East Bay Drive
|The greens fees are fairly low. Summer prices are $28 before 2:00 and $22 after 2:00. I believe the busy season price is $38. Driving range and chipping green next to 1st hole. Small bucket for $5. Practice putting green across the street also. For a flat course it is laid out well. One hole does not remind you of another hole. They each have some unique characteristic that keeps it interesting. There is water or OB on every hole. It is possible to loose many balls on this course. It is a par 71 course, so it has 5 par 3's. Good if you are working on your iron game , but gives you one less driver tee shot if you are working on your driving. A controlled right to left ball flight will work best on almost every hole. A left to right ball flight will make most holes a bit more difficult. Since the course is flat, the greens are built up in the back, inviting shots from the front center. It is usually soft in front of the greens from nightly watering, so take this into consideration when playing a bump and run. All holes are fairly well bunkered. If you miss these greens left, right or long, you are most likely taking an extra stroke or two to recover. Practice your high lob and bunker shots before playing this course. The Tee areas are not flat and are sparse in many spots. Sometimes it is difficult to find a level spot with grass to put your Tee. The fairways are sparse in the dry season and a little better when we get sufficient rain. They are never plush and luxurious though. The greens hold shots fairly well, but are not pristine and smooth like a good putter likes them. The greens are slow comparatively to most courses and the ball seems to brake about half as much as it first appears. You will rarely get a putt that brakes more than 3 feet, but you will get some that brake 3 inches that you did not expect and cause you to miss the hole. The greens are fairly bouncy or not very smooth and true. You will never get a true and smooth roll. The numbers are hypothetical, but I would say that 25% of perfect putts will miss the hole because the ball does not roll true. I hear the greens are about 25 years old or so, therefore the Bermuda Grass on the greens is very coarse and bumpy. Good layout for flat course but not pristine conditions.|