Paradise Preserve Golf Course, originally named Lochmoor Country Club, is a Semi-Private, 18 hole golf course located in North Fort Myers, Florida.
The course first opened for play in 1972. The course was designed by William F. Mitchell.
The course has a classic "Old Florida" style layout. With yardages ranging from 5100 to almost 7000, the course can be a true test of skill for any or all levels of players. The course has wide tree-lined fairways and generously sized greens.
The old Lochmoor Country Club in North Fort Myers, which was renamed Paradise Preserve and then went down in a huge foreclosure in 2005, was purchased in 2005 for $7 million by a group headed by longtime local developer Dennis Fullenkamp.
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