Orangebrook Country Club is a Public 36 hole golf facility located in Hollywood, Florida. The facility has two 18-hole golf courses. They are The East Course at Orangbrook and The West Course at Orangebrook.
Orangebrook's first course, The East Course, opened for play in 1933. The course was designed by A. J. Ewing. The West Course's first nine holes were opened for play in 1955. The nine was designed by Red Lawrence. In 1961, he renovated The East Course and completed the final nine holes on the West Course.
Both courses were built on predominantly flat terrain. Numerous sand bunkers were incorporated into the course designs. The greens vary in size. The West Course's fairways are more open and easier to hit than on her sister course.
The East Course __________
The East Course features more water hazards in play than the West Course.
#18 par 5 – 547 yards
A very challenging par 5 finishing hole. A long tee shot will help set you up for a demanding second shot. Your third shot will be played to a large well protected green with bunkers on the right and left sides.
Blue tees: par-72, 6,574 yards, 71.3 / 120
White tees: par-72, 6,108 yards, 69.0 / 114
Green tees: par-72, 5,509 yards, 71.0 / 117
$41 (cart included), played on Sunday, December 2010 at 10am
It is a nice lay out and you have a choice between playing two 18 hole courses.
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