3825 NW Blitchton Road
Ocala, FL 34475
Phone: (352) 482-0800
Fax: (352) 482-0801
3825 NW Blitchton Road, Ocala, FL, US, 34475
- Phone: (352) 482-0800
- Fax: (352) 482-0801
This is one course where the average player belongs on the Green tees. The course, although very pretty, plays extremely short from the White tees. There are several lakes in play, and the generously sized greens are fast. There are also some gentle hills. The par-5s go from short to long. The par-3s measure from 188 to 195 yards. There is one long par-4. This is a semi-private golf course. Only soft spkies are allowed. The green fees are subject to change.
Designed by Ron Garl, this 27 hole, par 107 golf course is challenging to golfers of all skill levels and includes a driving range and a well stocked pro shop. Club rentals and lessons are available.
An 18-hole, par 72 public golf course which is a pleasure to play and includes a large country club, an equestrian center, and tennis courts.
A wide array of major competition and conference events are held at this equestrian complex that includes 400 stalls, a covered arena, a warm-up arena, outdoor arenas, a children's play area, and concession stands.
This course was designed by Charles Pace and Lee Popple. The fairways are ringed with trees and vary in width. There are gentle elevation changes. The trapping is subdued. The greens are very tiny and contain a number of slopes. You'll find the par-5s short and medium in length. The par-3s measure 160 to 199 yards long. There are two very healthy par-4s. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
This course has a number of copies of holes from famous courses. The course is secluded and in the midst of a dense Florida pine forest. A few of the replicated holes are: 8 and 9 from Royal Troon, 12, 13 and 16 from Augusta National, and 1 and 17 from St. Andrews. The experience is enjoyable, and the course is in good shape. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.
Enjoy a day of flats fishing on the Gulf of Mexico, catch a trophy bass while fishing the many bodies of water of the Ocala National Forest or enjoy a three hour tour of the Silver River through the Silver River State Park into the basin of the Silver Springs Attraction with Slick Charters. All charters are private and by reservation only.
This executive track was once part of a retirement community. There is no water, but you'll find a trap or two on every hole. The course is narrow and thickly lined by trees. The greens are quite small and have some serious slopes. The holes run from 87 to 185 yards long. Anything over 160 yards is a par-4. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.
The Tortoise and Hare Course is shorter than its sister course, the Links. It is also considerably more difficult, although not hard. The well-conditioned greens are guarded by a large number of sand traps. There is no water. None of the holes is remarkably long. Both the yardage and the course are aimed at providing a relaxing round. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
This links-like course plays very short. There are a considerable number of traps and not a drop of water in sight. All the holes are short. The course is in excellent shape. The average player will be very comfortable from the Back tees. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
The hills and big trees are concentrated on the front side. The back nine has a more open character. There is abundant sand here. The greens are flat. The entire course is beautifully kept. The par-3s measure between 152 and 227 yards. The par-5s start short at 479 yards and max out at 576. There are no long par-4s, and, in fact, a few are quite short. This is a semi-private golf course. Only soft spikes are allowed. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged. The green fees here are subject to change.
Accuracy is the key at this interesting executive layout. The fairways seem open, but it's still easy to find trouble if your shots stray off line. The greens have several slopes. There are traps to be avoided and water on nine holes. The par-4s measure from 240 to 300 yards. The par-3s range from 115 to 177 yards. There is also a 19th hole for those who don't know when to quit. Baseline Golf Course is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.