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About the Courses

Both the Pines and Cypress Courses at Royal Poinciana Golf Club were originally designed by David Wallace. The Pines Course was opened late in 1969, followed by the Cypress Course in 1970. More recently, the Club has undergone redesigns by Arthur Hills from 1994 to 1995 and again from 2005 to 2010. In 2014, Drew Rogers completed a renovation of the first 10 holes of the Cypress Course. The courses sit on 220 beautiful acres in the heart of Naples and are Audubon International certified. Both courses have five sets of tees, which allow Members and guests to play from a comfortable yardage. They are impeccably maintained and have the reputation for being among the best in Florida.

The Pines Course

   

 

The Pines Course is the longer course of the two, stretching out to around 6,800 yards from the number one tees. Its fairways are slightly wider. The greens complexes are more elevated and severe with deeper bunkers and more undulating putting surfaces. This course offers more expansive vistas and winds in and around itself, rarely giving the player a similar wind direction.


     

The Cypress Course

   
      

The Cypress Course has more of a natural feel, with mature Cypress trees lining many of the fairways.  The course can play up to 6,500 yards from the number one tees and has noticeably narrower fairways. Water comes into play on more than half of the holes. Many holes are framed by mature cypress trees and the lakes and ponds are full of native plants and wildlife, giving it a more secluded and natural feel. 




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