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Heron Bay Golf Club

Heron Bay Golf Club

11801 Heron Bay Blvd Fort Lauderdale, FL 33076-1903 URL:   Course Website

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Heron Bay was formerly TPC at Heron Bay, host of the Honda Classic until 2002. The course was designed by Mark McCumber and opened in 1996 "to challenge and entertain golfers of all skill levels, from amateur to the world's greatest golfers." The course features gently rolling terrain, a network of lakes, over 100 bunkers, multi-tiered tees and greens, and perfectly manicured open fairways. The course is young, so trees are scarce, although hundreds of trees were planted in 1998 and 3 1/2 acres of bunkers were removed to make the course more playable for the non-tour player. Wind is still the biggest challenge at Heron Bay.

The layout of the land at Heron Bay--210 acres of flat, arid and treeless property on the edge of the Florida Everglades--made for a challenging design. With 5 sets of tees, just be sure to choose the right set for your skill level and don't be afraid to leave the driver in the bag. Heron Bay has a lighted driving range open every day until 10pm

Course Information for Heron Bay Golf Club

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)
Managed by ClubLink Corporation

Heron Bay Golf Club Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Mark McCumber, ASGCA
72 par, 7,268 yards
74.9 rating, 133 slope
Real Estate Development facility

Staff: Contact: Dave Salerno, PGA General Manager/Head Professional

Course Notes:

Watch out for the Bunkers.

Putting Green
Food & Beverage Available
Rental Clubs
Driving Range

Walking Allowed
Softspike Facility
PGA Facility

Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Heron Bay Golf Club 3.6 5 405 405
What Happen To This Course!?!?!?!? Unbelievable what has happen to this course. I have been golfing here since 1999 when it was in fact a TPC course and when in fact the Honda Classic was held here. Now since Clublink acquired it and several others Heron Bay seems to be the one suffering lack of attention and revenue. It seems most of the revenue Clublink generates they put into Eagle Trace to keep it a true TPC course .. since Eagle Trace was the first of all the TPC course .... So why is that you over seed, sand on greens, crab grass on tee boxes and some greens and you still try and squeeze $69.00 a round .. that is crazy! Come on guys get it together ... so many people love this course and want to see it back where it used to be. What is it going to take? March 25, 2015
Getting better but needs some time Let me preface by saying I last played Heron Bay when it was a TPC course some years ago and in amazing shape. That is not the course today but I think in another year will be closer. The layout is still fantastic and the properties around the course are very nice. It's a nice scenic ride around the course. Unfortunately, my understanding is that the course suffered after TPC sold it and now Clublink is new owner and putting money back into it. Still, not a bad deal for around 60 bucks thru Golfnow. The greens were not in best shape compared to the others courses we played. They are in some repair with plenty of sand-dressing. I really like this course layout and think the greens will get better. It can be very challenging and fun. Fairways and Tees were in decent shape. We played with some great guys we were paired up with so had a lot of fun. We played a composite course at around 6600 yards. I'd play it again but more likely at the twilight rate until greens cure. Had a great mahi sandwich afterwards! March 25, 2015
Ryan from WHB, NY This is a great track. Very challenging. There are plenty of bunkers to play out of. Definitely a shot makers golf course. Greens were in great shape. March 21, 2015
Greens need work Greens are not in good shape. Fairway,s ok but rock hard. Bunkers are plentiful and sand inconsistent. Carts in bad shape. Gps non-functional. March 17, 2015
rough shape the staff were wonderful and after that the experience went down hill the greens are in very bad shape and the rest of the course at below average at best. Im a club link member in Canada and this was very sub par for club link standards. won,t play this again. only played nine holes and left its bad when you do a 2 putt rule here in florida at this time of the year save your money play something else March 12, 2015
Ohhhh the Greens Everything was great about the course except the greens.. They look like they had a fungus and trying to get them back. Other wise what a fun course to play around March 10, 2015
Heron Bay I have been playing at Heron Bay for the last 8 years. The course has been through several owners. The current group has really let the course conditions slide. The greens, including the practice green, need to be improved. There are bald spots, weeds everywhere. Very disappointed that the course has been allowed to fall into this condition. The word must have gotten out because the course was not busy at all. Very unusual for a course in South Florida to be this quiet on a Sunday. March 9, 2015
A shell of its former self We played Heron Bay three years ago and it was in pristine condition. This time...not even close. The greens were sanded, had weeds on them, and they didn't hold one single wedge. The traps weren't raked there was trash in the water and in between the tee boxes, it was pathetic. Do yourself a favor and play Plantation Preserve or the Diplomat. March 8, 2015
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