The 18-hole championship-style golf course at The Seagate Country Club isn’t for everyone. Those looking for a quick and easy game won’t find it here. But for those up to the challenge, this course will set your heart racing.
Originally designed by noted golf architect, Joe Lee, the course was recently restored by Gene Bates of Bates Golf Design Group, with consultation from PGA Tour golfer, Jeff Sluman. Careful renovation has remained true to the spirit of the original design while bringing the course up to date with advanced technology that didn’t exist at the course’s start in 1973.
A new state-of-the-art practice facility features a fully outfitted driving range with ProV1 golf balls, putting green, short game pitching and bunker areas, as well as a staff of PGA professionals.
Stretched across 300 acres, the course winds among stocked bass ponds with plenty of natural wildlife nearby. The greens now feature TIF Eagle grass, while the tree-lined fairways and tee boxes have been updated with Celebration Bermuda grass. There are a total of 91 bunkers with new G-Angle, manmade sand, and enhanced drainage. Cart paths are lined with coquina shells.
As a member of Preferred Golf, an esteemed collection of the finest golf resorts around the world, The Seagate Country Club has hosted many noteworthy golfing events over the years. Such events include a regional U.S. Open Qualifier in May 2014, and the FSGA’s Florida Cup in October 2014, which is a Ryder Cup-style event for the state’s best mid-amateur players. In addition, the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) played its World Junior Tournament April 24–26, 2015. The club was also the proud host of the LPGA Legends Tour in 2014, 2015, and 2016.
Don’t forget to check out our upcoming events at The Seagate Country Club.
7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tee times are subject to availability.
Valid November 1, 2019 through April 30, 2020:
18 holes – Adult – $185
9 holes – $85
The Seagate recently introduced new, high-tech RVX elite GPS golf carts from E-Z-Go, equipped with the TFM mobile golf information system to increase the overall golfer experience.
With the addition of several new black tees, the current yardage for the Seagate Black tees is now 7,103.
These tees are open to any professional or low-handicap amateur. They are also used for special events like the FSGA’s Florida Cup, U.S. Open Qualifying, and The Seagate Men’s Club Championship.