Shipyard Golf Club features 27-holes of championship golf over three nine-hole courses. Adding to the beauty and character of these golf courses are many lagoons and ponds, which must be negotiated if you are to play to your handicap.
The three courses, each with its own merits and difficulties, can be played in three 18-hole combinations, with 25 water hazards coming into play throughout the majority of the holes. Two of the three inter-connecting nines are combined for a unique and challenging 18-hole round. The original Clipper and Galleon courses create an exciting combination of long fairways and perilous hazards, while the Brigantine course winds its way around lagoons and breathtaking terrain.
With plenty of sand and water hazards, the Clipper course may be the most difficult of the nines. This George W. Cobb design requires a good long game and a soft touch around the greens.
These original nine holes of the Shipyard Golf Club meander through large oaks and tall pines. Accurate placement of approach shots into heavily guarded greens is necessary on the Galleon course.
Alligators sun themselves along these scenic, water hazard-filled nine holes. With slight dog-legs and well-placed bunkers, this course requires shot-making and a good short game.
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