Choose Between Two Options
- $34 for 18 holes of golf with a cart and lunch for two ($75 value)
- $55 for 18 holes of golf with a cart and lunch for four ($150 value)
Golf rounds take place on the South Course and lunch includes a hot dogs, chips, and soda for each person.
The Club at Pelican Bay
The Club at Pelican Bay has been involved in some historic golfing moments. Two Senior PGA tournaments were hosted here, including the 1984 tournament that saw Orville Moody make a chip-in putt to beat out legendary player and moderately successful drink mogul Arnold Palmer. Here's a look at Pelican Bay's 36 holes as they stand today:
The North Course
Loblolly pines, bayberry shrubs, and white cedars line the North Course's 18 holes. Pelican Bay's team says they can't pick a favorite hole for this course, but one standout includes the 460-yard 15th, where the tee box looks down over a long fairway lined—and intersected—by water hazards.
The South Course
Even more water comes into play across the South Course. Fifteen of the 18 holes feature some sort of water. On this course's 15th, for example, water lines all 384 yards of the right side, culminating in a dramatic finish on an island green.
There's plenty to do off the fairway as well. Chef John Herrmann runs The Club at Pelican Bay's pub, where he cooks everything from Tuesday's prime rib to Wednesday's all-you-can-eat fish fry. Other club facilities include a pool, full pro shop, and locker rooms equipped with showers and saunas.