Tiger Point Golf & Country Club is a Semi-Private, 27 hole golf course facility located in Gulf Breeze, Florida. The facility has the 18-hole East Course and the 9-hole West Course.
The East Course first opened for play in 1965. It was designed by Bill Amick. Ron Garl and Jerry Pate designed nine new holes on the East Course, which were added in 1984, and Pate then did another redesign in 1989.
Both courses were built along the Santa Rosa Sound, Tiger Point's Championship East Course and the 9-hole West Course feature breathtaking waterfront views, lofty southern pines, and layouts designed for major tournament play. The East Course is a links-style championship course. There is water that comes into play on fourteen holes.
Par 72, 7,041 yards Scottish Style East Course
Tiger Point Golf and Country Club facility West Course first opened for play in 1983. The course was designed by Ron Garl. Previously a 9-hole course, today 9 holes remain open.
Par 36, 3414 yards 9-Hole West Course
$41 (cart included), played on Tuesday, July 2010 at 6am
The course is in great condition, greens and fairways well manicured. Some holes have a high degree of difficulty, due out of bounds or water. Course was a PGA tour stop. ON super hot days there is a absence of enough drinking water. Drink cart dose not come often enough during the week. OK on weekend.
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