Hollywood Beach Golf Club

Hollywood Beach Golf & Country Club – Review

Hollywood Beach Golf & Country Club offers a championship course where you can enjoy a private and secluded setting free of homes anywhere near the fairways, tees, or greens. Donald Ross originally designed the golf course in 1924. It has a classic layout that has withstood the test of time to become one of the area’s most popular public courses. Seasoned golfers will find that the course is not the most challenging but it is good for a casual round that will still keep you on your toes. The course is tight, requiring a fair amount of accuracy. There are not many hazards but there are some and they are very strategically placed. The layout is player friendly enough to accommodate a range of skill levels and the affordable rates make Hollywood Beach Golf & Country Club doubly appealing.

 

Address: 1600 Johnson St, Hollywood, Florida 33020, Broward County

Phone: (954) 927-1751

Website: hollywoodbeachgolf.com/

Holes:18

Type: Resort  

Style: Parkland  

Par: 70  

Length: 6376 yards  

Slope: 124  

Rating: 70.8

Year Built: 1924   

Fairways: Bermuda Grass  

Greens: Bermuda Grass  

Golf Season:Year round

Architect: H.C.C. Tippets Mark Mahannah (1955) Donald Ross (1924)

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