Course Description - Lagoon Park
The Lagoon Park Golf Course was designed by Charles Graves of Atlanta, Ga., and was built in a scenic, parkland area that was originally a swamp in 1978. The result is a golf course steeped in southern charm with fairways lined with 100-year oaks, towering pine trees, flowering dogwoods and California raindrop trees. In the spring, the natural vegetation takes center stage as the course comes alive with hundreds of blooming azaleas and flowering trees lining the beautifully manicured paths.
The 72-par Lagoon Park Golf Course measures 6800 yards from the back tees making walking the course a popular playing option. The Tif Dwarf Bermuda grass fairways feature numerous doglegs with lots of trees making ball placement and course management key on this course. The 550-yard, Par 5, hole 15 offers a supreme challenge with a double dogleg arching to the left and bending back to the right before reaching green. Big hitters will be tempted to drive the ball over the 150-foot tall pine trees guarding the first dogleg, but it will require a high, towering drive that must carry at least 270 yards from the back tee. Once achieved, the reward will be the chance to reach the green in three, for a rare eagle.
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