Abacoa Golf Club is one of the finest public golf courses in South Florida.  It was the last course designed by renowned course architect Joe Lee before his death.  In typical Joe Lee style, Abacoa's lakes and bunkers meet its sloping fairways with little obstruction, and you’ll find scenic views with 14 of its 18 holes surrounded by water. All of these features make the tees, greens, and fairways a pure pleasure to play.

This course is challenging but fair to golfers of all skill and experience levels, and unlike many Florida courses, Abacoa has real elevation changes.  The greens are TifEagle grass, and the putting surfaces are of some of the highest quality in Florida.  Treat yourself to a round at Abacoa!

 

Demanding par 4 right out of the gate! Keep your tee shot centered and allow for more club into the green as it plays slightly uphill.

 

Gentle dogleg par 5. Keep the tee shot left of the bunkers. Big hitters can reach in two.

 

One of the best short par 4 holes on the course. Demanding tee shot and second to a green that runs left to right.

 

First of 4 par 3’s played from multiple teeing areas. Avoid the bunkers and you’ll have an excellent shot at making par.

 

Dogleg right par 4. Keep the tee shot left of the tree that’s featured in the center of the fairway. Green has unique Joe Lee fingers that can create interesting decisions once on the green.

 

Long straight away par 5. Keep the tee shot left of the trees and right of the detention. Accuracy is a must as the third shot goes over detention and has a green that runs back to front.

 

A gentle left to right dogleg par 4. Keep it left of the water and you’ll have an excellent shot at making a birdie.

 

Straight away and longer then you think par 3. The green slopes back to front and has the quickest downhill putts on the course, so keep it below the hole!

 

Great par 4 finishing hole for the front nine. Everything you want - long, tight, trees, water and a very demanding back to front green.

 

Gentle rolling right to left par 5 to start the back nine. Long hitters can reach in two, but add a little for the carry over the water. Green again is back to front and very fast.

 

Drivable par 4. Great look from the tee. Don’t be discouraged if you can’t reach as it’s a real risk-reward. Play safe and have a good chance at birdie.

 

Long straightaway par 4. Plays uphill on your second shot with a green that slopes left to right and back to front.

 

Beautiful par 3 that features Joe Lee’s trickiest green that slopes severely back to front. Keep it short of the hole!

 

Elevated par 4 that runs slightly left to right. Keep the tee shot between the bunkers and you’ll have a short iron on your second to a green that has unique tournament pin placements.

 

Last of the par 3’s on the course and very demanding. Avoid the many bunkers and the fun begins once you’re on the green.

 

Elevated downhill par 4. Highest point on the course and provides a beautiful view. Keep the tee shot on the fairway up top and you’ll have a good view of the entire putting surface.

 

Straightaway par 5 with water down the entire right side. Pin placements can make this green one of the more demanding short iron shots on the entire golf course.

 

Signature Hole! This par 4 has it all, beauty, length, water, bunkering, and a difficult green. Just a great finishing hole that says “come back”!