Piercing drives resonate across the verdant grounds of Zephyrhills Under Par, providing sonic evidence of golf balls advancing through the 18-hole, 5,054-yard course. The par 68—sculpted in 1978—presents a relatively open layout, with extensive landing zones that encourage golfers to either test the limits of their driver or charter a last-minute plane for their swing coach.
Course at a Glance:
Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club’s talented designers, which include champion golfer Tom Lehman, pepper challenging and exciting pins across nearly 500 acres and two courses of undulating, verdant terrain. A hilly layout, including a 94-foot 11th-hole drop on the south course, outlines 36 holes of scenic golf-cart drives and a distinct advantage for experienced hill-climbers named Jack and Jill. Before hitting the links, golfers can hone swings with unlimited range balls to fleck across a 15-acre practice facility, chipping area, and putting green. A postmatch hot-dog-and-soda lunch nourishes club swingers and engenders the confidence to ask game-winning balls to sign players’ yardage books.