Collier's Reserve Country Club is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Naples, Florida.
The golf course at Collier's Reserve Country Club first opened for play in 1994. The course was designed by Arthur Hills.
Collier's Reserve Country Club is a high-end, private, residential community of 224 single-family homes nestled peacefully along the Cocohatchee River, one of Southwest Florida's most scenic waterways. Located just two miles from the Gulf of Mexico and four miles from I-75, the club resides in a lively North Naples neighborhood that offers an array of upscale shops, restaurants, and businesses just outside the gates.
Collier's Reserve Country Club is a member-owned equity club, limited to 300 members. The majority of the current members also have homes in the Collier's gated residential golf community.
This course, designed by Arthur Hills, was the first Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Signature golf course in existence. The course was designed under the guidelines of the Audubon Society for energy and water conservation. Many of the course's holes are tree lined, and the terrain is predominantly flat, but there are some mounds that can cause uneven lies. The large greens vary in undulation and are medium speed. There are many sand bunkers on the course, and the water hazards come into play on twelve holes
The golf course at Collier's Reserve Country Club measures 6,837 yards from the back tees for a course rating of 73.8 and a slope rating of 138. Par for the course is 72.
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