Fiddlesticks Country Club is a Private, 36 hole golf course facility located in Fort Myers, Florida. The facility has two 18-hole championship golf courses. The two courses are The Wee Friendly and The Long Mean.
Fiddlesticks is a golf community. With less than 600 members and two 18-hole courses, Fiddlesticks members have the opportunity to play whenever they want.
With two distinctly different championship golf courses and less than 300 members per course, it is the lowest density/course country club in the area.
Since its beginning in 1982, Fiddlesticks has had one of Florida's most recognized golf courses, "The Long Mean." This course was designed by Ron Garl. This par 72 layout plays to 7,077 yards. The course rating is 74.2 and the slope rating is 144.
The Wee Friendly Course opened in 1982. It was designed by Robert E. Cupp. It has been redesigned by Ron Garl.
The 18-hole "Wee Friendly" course at the Fiddlesticks Country Club is also a par-72 layout. This course although named Wee Friendly is only 400 yards shorter than the "Long Mean" playing to 6,645 yards. The course rating is 72.3 and the slope rating is 132.
$101 (cart included), played on Saturday, March 2010 at 8am
Excellent layout, tough but fair
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