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Southwest Florida has a growing number of golf courses, and the Fort Myers Country Club is one of the oldest. Designed in 1916 by famed architect Donald Ross, the public course is a par 71. The greens are small, and watch that ninth hole! The Fort also hosts the annual Beck's Open, a pro-am tournament. Only soft spikes allowed. Riding fees start at USD47, walking fees at USD32. There is no driving range. Reservations are accepted one day in advance, and rental clubs are available. Bradford's is open to the public.
This course in Southeast Fort Myers is one of the many prestigious Troon Privé courses spread around the world. From Arizona to Scotland, these greens exude class, luxury and difficulty on the professionally designed courses, however the Colonial Country Club offers other activities besides golf. Members enjoy tennis, a world-class exercise center, pickleball courts, Jacuzzi and the club even offers a mini-library to unwind.
Eagle Ridge Golf Club is an 18-hole course located in South Fort Myers hidden among the Pine and Cypress trees. The course covers 6,500-yards and it presents challenging strokes on the front as well as the back nine. In addition to good groundskeeping, Eagle Ridge is a preferred destination for corporate events, weddings, meetings and receptions thanks to its excellent facilities. Of course, the pro shop sells all the accessories that a golfer would want and to eat, there is a cafe for a quick bite before or after you hit the links.
Become a "Member for a Day" and enjoy this fantastic course designed by landscape architect Bob Cupp in north Fort Myers. There are two courses ensconced within a luxury housing complex, the other is Whispering Oak. Both courses offer challenging fairways and even trickier putting greens. The historic Orange River runs in the background while you reach par and although non-members are only allowed during the special "Member for a Day" promotion, it's a great way to learn about becoming a new member.