Heritage Bay Golf and Country Club

Heritage Bay Golf and Country Club

10154 Heritage Bay Blvd.
Naples, Fl 34120
Toll Free - (888) 212-5644
Pro Shop - (239) 353-2561
www.golfheritagebay.com


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A design duet from Gordon Lewis, known as the “King of Southwest Florida golf course architecture” and Jed Azinger, brother of 2008 Ryder Cup Captain Paul Azinger, the 27-hole Heritage Bay Golf and Country Club features hand mown TifEagle greens, an aqua driving range and rolling fairways.

 

The golf course is capable of accommodating all ability levels, as it stretches to more than 7,200 yards but boasts five tee placements. Miles of natural preserves and crystal blue lakes make this course nothing shy of spectacular.

 

For golfers looking to maximize their potential with a focused improvement plan, Heritage Bay has four PGA professionals on staff led by Tal Buchanan, one of the most tenured and decorated PGA members in Southwest Florida.

 

Highlighted by a magnificent clubhouse that was completed in April 2009, Heritage Bay has a host of amenities including a fully-stocked pro shop, grille room, card room, billiards room, full men’s and women’s locker rooms with sauna and a fine dining room. The club also offers members and guests a tennis facility, fitness center, resort pool and Chikee bar restaurant.

Oak-Pine Statistics
Tee Par Yards Slope Rating
I 72 7012 140 74.1
II 72 6388 131 71.0
III 72 5938 123 69.7
IV 72 5469 115 67.5
V 72 4788 107 63.7

 

Cypress-Pine Statistics
Tee Par Yards Slope Rating
I 72 6979 136 73.8
II 72 6314 124 70.9
III 72 5899 120 69.2
IV 72 5412 112 67.1
V 72 4729 103 63.3

 

Cypress-Oak Statistics
Tee Par Yards Slope Rating
I 72 7177 136 74.9
II 72 6482 126 71.1
III 72 5983 121 69.5
IV 72 5525 116 67.4
V 72 4845 107 63.6

Signature Hole - Oak No. 9


A truly great finishing hole. With the magnificent clubhouse as a backdrop and a large tranquil lake on the right your mind may wander. A long drive to the left center of the fairway avoids water right and bunkers left, affording the best angle to this large green. Play slightly left of the pin as anything to the right spells big numbers.

Hole by Hole

Pine Hole 1 - Par 5, 561 yards

A straightforward par 5 where what you see is what you get. Favor the right side on your drive. The fairway is plenty wide so you can pull out the driver. To set up your approach in, play your second as close as you dare to the left trap. Hope that the super and pro set the pin to the left. The right side of the green makes for a difficult pin position.

Pine Hole 2 - Par 4, 361 yards

Tiger might make a go of it here, but we suggest you position your drive as close as possible to the right dogleg trap. A short iron into this green can mean an early birdie.

Pine Hole 3 - Par 4, 394 yards

Medium-length two shotter that's a fair test of your driver/middle iron game. Par is a good score here.

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