The Links At Greenfield Plantation is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Bradenton, Florida.
Greenfield Plantation golf course first opened for play in 1998. The course was designed by Chip Powell.
Carefully choose the right club as the course weaves you through marshes and wetlands full of the birds and wildlife that only South Florida can provide. Sparkling lakes and large bunkers offer every shot a unique challenge as you approach the large and undulating greens.
The signature hole is #18, a 426-yard, par 4, featuring a narrow driving area due to wetlands. The green is highly guarded by a large sand bunker that fronts two-thirds of the green. To reach the green, it usually requires hitting over a monster sand bunker.
Four sets of tees determine your skill challenge.
Black tees: 6,719 yards, course rating 72.2, slope rating 130.
Blue tees: 6,269 yards, course rating 70.0, slope rating 126
White (M)tees: 5,712 yards, course rating 67.5, slope rating 117
White (W)tees: 5,712 yards, course rating 73.0, slope rating 131
Red tees: 4,944 yards, course rating 68.2, slope rating 112
$41 (cart included), played on Saturday, January 2013 at 10am
Would not let a diabetic take cooler with food for sugar and nizagara medicine on course. Personnel was nasty and short with all people. Starter was nasty.
$36 (cart included), played on Sunday, December 2009 at 10am
Staff (including food and beverage) very friendly.
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