The Golf Course

Beginning golfers and seasoned pros will be challenged by the 18-hole championship golf course, 7,049 yards in length playing to a par 72. Every hole has been constructed with 8 sets of tee boxes, allowing players to set their own level of difficulty. Designed by the famed architect firm vonHagge, Smelek & Baril, the course features Sea Dwarf Paspalum grass surface throughout, high quality range balls, a huge practice putting green & a practice bunker. As an added bonus, all golf carts feature a state of the art GPS system. At this public facility, everyone will enjoy a county club atmosphere with country club service!

The Golf Course

Beginning golfers and seasoned pros will be challenged by the 18-hole championship golf course, 7,049 yards in length playing to a par 72. Every hole has been constructed with 8 sets of tee boxes, allowing players to set their own level of difficulty. Designed by the famed architect firm vonHagge, Smelek & Baril, the course features Sea Dwarf Paspalum grass surface throughout, high quality range balls, a huge practice putting green & a practice bunker. As an added bonus, all golf carts feature a state of the art GPS system. At this public facility, everyone will enjoy a county club atmosphere with country club service!

Tee Times & Rates

Public Golf Rates – Before 1PM

Plantation Residents

Weekday / Weekend

Florida Residents

 

Weekday / Weekend

Out of State

Weekday / Weekend

Nov 1 – Dec 25

$65 / $75

$89 / $99

$99 / $109

Dec 26 – Mar 31

$75 / $85

$105 / $115

$115/ $125

April 1 – April 30

$65 / $75

$89 / $99

$99 / $109

May 1 – Oct 31

$55 / $65

$69 / $79

$79 / $89

Public Golf Rates – After 1PM

Plantation Residents

Weekday / Weekend

Florida Residents

 

Weekday / Weekend

Out of State

Weekday / Weekend

Nov 1 – Dec 25

$55/ $65

$79 / $89

$89 / $99

Dec 26 – Mar 31

$65 / $75

$95 / $105

$105 / $115

April 1 – April 30

$55 / $65

$79 / $89

$89 / $99

May 1 – Oct 31

$49 / $59

$59 / $69

$69 / $79

Public Golf Rates – After 3PM

Plantation Residents

Florida Residents

 

Out of State

Nov 1 – Dec 25

$45

$49

$55

Dec 26 – Mar 31

$45

$49

$55

April 1 – April 30

$45

$49

$55

May 1 – Oct 31

$45

$49

$55

Rates include Cart & Green Fee – FL State Sales Tax Additional.

Course Layout

PAR 5

Blue Tees: 564 yds
Men's Rating 9


Red Tees: 462 yds
Ladies Rating 1

Plantation’s Preserve first hole is defined by water the entire length of the left side. However, don’t let this fake you out into hitting your drive right, where there is plenty of trouble. Aim point is the right edge of the large bunker on the left. Two good shots leave 100-150 yards is best. Take care not to go over the left bunker, as most shots will roll to the water. On the right, Plantation’s “Moguls” provide green side challenges

PAR 3

Blue Tees: 157 yds
Men's Rating 17


Red Tees: 95 yds
Ladies Rating 17

Defined by “the eye,” a difficult round bunker in the front center of a two-lobed green, a crisp shot takes the water out of play. The swale behind the bunker makes some putts very tricky.

PAR 4

Blue Tees: 388 yds
Men's Rating 11


Red Tees: 305 yds
Ladies Rating 7

The first of a number of par 4’s, which at a glance might seem very similar, but in fact play very differently. Aim for the bunker at the end of the fairway, but beware - the distance between the fairway bunkers narrows to only 20 yards. From 150 yards out, you can just barely pick up that the water extends fully behind the green. What you can’t see is that the back half of the green slopes significantly toward the hazard. Any ball carried to it is destined to get wet.

PAR 4

Blue Tees: 399 yds
Men's Rating 3


Red Tees: 309 yds
Ladies Rating 9

There is plenty of room for a well hit drive, but the moguls left and gently wales right are common landing areas. Left center will provide the best angle at which to approach the green. Your shot to the green is straight forward. The mound in the center of the front of the green makes chips & puts very tricky.

PAR 3

Blue Tees: 171 yds
Men's Rating 15


Red Tees: 105 yds
Ladies Rating 15

One of the most difficult of the bunkers at Plantation Preserve guards the entire right middle and left side of this two level green. The hole plays deceptively long, so most players take an extra club.

PAR 4

Blue Tees: 354 yds
Men's Rating 3


Red Tees: 309 yds
Ladies Rating 9

Risk & reward abound for big hitters, though shorts ball players may choose to play this hole as a par 5. The second bunker from the left is the aim for most players with the shorter sand traps catching many bail-out balls. It’s not necessary to reach the end of the fairway to have only 160 yards left to the center of the green, but if you are here, there is a very difficult swale to carry immediately before the sneaky green.

PAR 4

Blue Tees: 357 yds
Men's Rating 1


Red Tees: 259 yds
Ladies Rating 11

The number one stroke hole features water down the entire left side, including the front & left of the green. Not as wide as it is looks, it is imperative to hit this fairway, otherwise you’ll be laying up for your third shot. A good tee shot will leave you a short to mid iron to the very intimidating green. If you are not feeling it, chipping from the right of the green is a very popular option.

PAR 5

Blue Tees: 505 yds
Men's Rating 13


Red Tees: 425 yds
Ladies Rating 5

Big hitters already love this hole, as it is relatively reachable. Blast a straight driver over the middle sand trap, and it’s go for the second shot. Mere mortals hit it in the center of the fairway, just to the left of the 5 palm trees. If you have not tried to reach in two, the fairway is widest from 150 to 110 yards in. It is hard to see, but water is left of the green, which has some significant areas of break.

PAR 4

Blue Tees: 313 yds
Men's Rating 5


Red Tees: 246 yds
Ladies Rating 3

Moguls left and right, and an island green with a massive back bunker, the aim point is the right side of the green. A short iron into the large green is all you need. Lots of players take an extra club and aim for the bunker. It has a gentle lip, so some golfers put out of it.

PAR 5

Blue Tees: 542 yds
Men's Rating 6


Red Tees: 462 yds
Ladies Rating 2

Play the left side of this hole even though it’s longer. Aim halfway between the single fairway bunker and the pair on the right. A good second shot to leave 125 to 150 to this very large green is ideal. Be sure to look over your putt carefully, as the gentle swales surrounding the green extend to the putting surface.

PAR 4

Blue Tees: 393 yds
Men's Rating 12


Red Tees: 299 yds
Ladies Rating 12

From the back tee box, a player needs to strike the ball very crisply to put it a little left of the bunkers on the flat. For shorter players, hitting in front of the bunkers often leaves a shot to the green. Avoid the bunker to the left and do not club down.

PAR 3

Blue Tees: 171 yds
Men's Rating 16


Red Tees: 103 yds
Ladies Rating 16

The further a ball is hit to the right, the longer the carry required to hit the green, and the narrower the green is, front to back. Any lack of confidence should result in a pragmatic choice of hitting to the left edge of the large back bunker.

PAR 4

Blue Tees: 371 yds
Men's Rating 14


Red Tees: 292 yds
Ladies Rating 14

It looks wide, but the hole is framed toward the moguls on the left. Force yourself to aim at the right edge of the hut. One of the most elevated greens on the course, there are no bunkers, only moguls. Take an extra club, but don’t hit it over as the drop is quick, and the Florida vegetation takes over.

PAR 4

Blue Tees: 400 yds
Men's Rating 4


Red Tees: 325 yds
Ladies Rating 8

A solid shot to the left fairway leaves a short iron or wedge, but a mis-hit will result in a watery grave. A well placed shot toward the end of the right-hand fairway is a safer play. Farther down the fairway is better, as it produces a better angle into the very well-guarded green. From the safe landing zone, your shot will be between 140 and 185 yards. There is little room for error hitting to the green, so leave it a little short where there is more room.

PAR 3

Blue Tees: 193 yds
Men's Rating 18


Red Tees: 124 yds
Ladies Rating 18

This long par 3 provides plenty of bail out area left, but is not so much right. it is the first half of an enormous double green, so if you hit it long in the center, you might have a truly record setting putt.

PAR 4

Blue Tees: 409 yds
Men's Rating 8


Red Tees: 322 yds
Ladies Rating 8

This hole requires a precise tee shot from any box. It is especially challenging for stronger hitters because when the fairway ends, there is a steep slope to water. Draw your driver around the bunkers, or ht it over if you can. Playing downhill to a two level green looks fine until you see the severe swale and the steep banking surrounding the left and back of the green.

PAR 4

Blue Tees: 429 yds
Men's Rating 2


Red Tees: 332 yds
Ladies Rating 2

This long par 4 requires a fine tee shot. A driver just right of the big left hand bunker is ideal. As long as you are short of the left hand bunker and swale, the left side plays better than the right. It is common for players to have a long iron or fairway wood to this accessible green, but the swale in the front makes putts and chips tricky. If you hit it long, you can find yourself on the 15th green.

PAR 5

Blue Tees: 530 yds
Men's Rating 10


Red Tees: 448 yds
Ladies Rating 10

This hole requires a precise tee shot from any box. It is especially challenging for stronger hitters because when the fairway ends, there is a steep slope to water. Draw your driver around the bunkers, or ht it over if you can. Playing downhill to a two level green looks fine until you see the severe swale and the steep banking surrounding the left and back of the green.

Course Policies

Etiquette:

In the spirit of the game of golf, we expect all players to exhibit the highest standards of personal conduct. We kindly request that players demonstrate their respect for the course, fellow players, and the game itself by repairing ball marks, replacing divots, raking bunkers, and maintaining the proper pace of play.

Starting Times:

Members are able to make starting times 7 in advance. Public players starting times are available 5) days in advance. Plantation Preserve reserves the right to pair groups with less than four players. Starting times for groups of 12 or more can be made 5 days in advance with a credit card deposit. Players are encouraged to check in 30 minutes prior to their starting time. All members and guests must check in at the Golf Shop before beginning play.

Attire:

Appropriate golf attire is required at all times. Gentlemen are required to wear a collared golf shirt with sleeves. No denim. Shorts must be approximately knee length.

Pace of Play:

Pace of play at our course is 4 hours & 10 minutes, which includes 2 hours on the front nine, 2 hours on the back nine, and a 10 minute stop at our restaurant for fresh food & refreshments.

Cancellations:

All reservations become guaranteed 24 hours in advance.

Softspike Shoes:

Metal or ceramic spikes are prohibited. Players are required to wear shoes equipped with softspikes or spikeless shoes with a flat sole.

Equipment:

Each player is required to have his/her own golf clubs. Rental clubs are available.

Personal Property:

Plantation Preserve is not responsible for any lost, stolen, or damaged property.

Replay:

Groups which have completed play and wish to play an additional round will be offered a discounted rate if times are available. This is not available for groups booking multiple starting times in advance.

Golf Carts:

All golf carts are equipped with the state-of-the-art GPS system featuring precise yardages.  The 90 degree cart rule will always be in effect unless otherwise posted except for around tees and greens or on all par 3’s where carts are to remain on the path at all times.  Players must have a valid drivers license to operate a golf cart and are fully responsible for any damages resulting from their operation. Walking is not permitted.

Practice Facility:

The practice tee and putting green are available for warm-up and practice. Lessons are also available by PGA Professionals

Inclement Weather:

If our lightening siren blows, all golfers must immediately stop playing and return to the clubhouse for safety.  Golfers must wait until the all clear signal sounds to continue the round.

Non-players/Spectators:

Only golfers are permitted on the course. Any non-player or spectator must be approved and will have to pay a spectator fee.  No one under the age of 16 is permitted on the golf course without adult supervision or the permission of the Golf Shop.

Personal Coolers/Beverages:

All beverages must be purchased at Plantation Preserve Golf Course and Club. Private coolers are not permitted.

Golf Lessons

Call the pro shop at 954-585-5020 to book.

Sawyer Morgan

Head Golf Professiona
  • $80 for one (1) 45 minute lesson
  • $225 for three (3) 45 minute lessons
  • $350 for five (5) 45 minute lessons

Plantation Golf Academy

  • PGA Professional Barry Fitzpatrick
  • PGA Professional Nick Pincket
  • PGA Professional Chris Granger

Call for rates and availability

* Gift Certificates Available.
* Golf Lessons are Non-Refundable.