The practice facility is open to golf members, Plantation Lakes residents, and the public.  It consists of a full length driving range with seven elevated greens, two large turf tee areas, and artificial mats. A putting green is also available for short game practice.

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Hole #10

PAR: 4

HANDICAP: 8

Description

The Plantation Lakes Golf & Country Club experience begins with a short Par 4, but don’t let the length fool you. A water hazard to carry off the tee and a deep bunker along the left side of the hole presents the need for a precise tee shot. A drive favoring the right side of the fairway will give you a short approach shot for a nice chance at birdie.

black
320
blue
302
white
289
gold
277
red
197

Hole #11

PAR: 4

HANDICAP: 2

Description

A long, strong Par 4 that begins a tough 3-hole stretch where par is a premium. It has water on the right side following you the entire length of the hole. A generous landing area will allow you to get all you can from your drive. Your long approach shot gives you an option to run the ball up to a narrow green if you choose. A generous landing area left and short is there to avoid the trouble right of the green.

black
471
blue
446
white
415
gold
384
red
346

Hole #12

PAR: 4

HANDICAP: 1

Description

The more you can bite off, the shorter the approach, but here’s the catch: The easier approach is from the right side. Drive it down the middle, play a little left of the pin on your middle iron or hybrid to have a chance at birdie. Par is a great score here.

black
447
blue
424
white
416
gold
392
red
362

Hole #13

PAR: 3

HANDICAP: 7

Description

The longest Par 3 on the course, and certainly the toughest. Surrounded by water, an almost perfect shot with a long iron or hybrid is needed to make a par. Make sure you check the wind before choosing your club because if you under estimate the distance, you will certainly be wet. Once on the green, an easy two putt is not always guaranteed. A par here could put you well ahead of your playing partners.

black
216
blue
193
white
145
gold
129
red
89

Hole #14

PAR: 5

HANDICAP: 3

Description

A risk-reward tee shot will determine how easy your approach shot will be to this Par 5. A perfect drive between the two bunkers will leave you with a simple layup shot or you can try to have a go at the green with a fairway wood. The riskier drive down the left side could leave you with a mid to long iron into the green. Out of bounds left and water on the right side make the tee shot a premium. If you choose wisely, birdie is yours for the taking.

black
522
blue
495
white
448
gold
419
red
395

Hole #15

PAR: 4

HANDICAP: 6

Description

A large waste bunker to carry and a perfectly placed bunker in the middle of the fairway will make you choose to play it safe and lay up short, or take a chance with your driver. A drive up the right hand side will give you a short, wide-open look at a birdie while staying short of the bunker gives you a flatter lie but a restricted view of the flag. Avoid the deep bunker behind the green.

black
325
blue
302
white
277
gold
246
red
232

Hole #16

PAR: 5

HANDICAP: 4

Description

Another great risk-reward Par 5 at Plantation Lakes. This hole will be a good test with a lot of options. An aggressive tee shot opens up the possibility of eagle while a thinker’s smart layup brings birdie into the equation. An aggressive tee shot between the bunkers left and water to the right should give you a good shot to go for eagle. An accurate approach shot is necessary with sand and a pond guarding the green.

black
510
blue
481
white
467
gold
433
red
394

Hole #17

PAR: 3

HANDICAP: 9

Description

A great short Par 3 that will challenge all players. Choosing the right club is essential in hitting the green that hugs the pond the entire way. A good shot to the middle of the green will give you a nice chance at birdie.

black
159
blue
142
white
125
gold
105
red
96

Hole #18

PAR: 4

HANDICAP: 5

Description

An elevated tee shot around the trees awaits you on #18. A dogleg left that features a waste bunker running up the entire left side put a premium on a good tee shot down the middle. Your second shot will dare you to attack a back pin but look out for the trouble just over the green. It will require you to make quality shots to hold on for a victory over your competitors.

black
350
blue
336
white
323
gold
301
red
270