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Country Club of Sebring 863-382-3500
18 hole championship golf course that is a Ron Garl design winding through Highlands Hammock State Park.
Course has scenic landscapes with many beautiful homes lining the fairways.
YARDAGE/SLOPE – Back: 6714/124 Ladies: 4938

Golf Hammock 863-382-2151
Another popular course with numerous doglegs and tree lined fairways making it somewhat difficult.
Lots of beautiful homes lining the fairways.
YARDAGE/SLOPE – Back: 6431/130 Ladies: 5352

Harder Hall 863-382-0500
A very popular relatively flat course with a few water holes and trees.
Oldest course in Highlands County and home of the Ladies Futures Tour and the annual Harder Hall Ladies Invitational.
YARDAGE/SLOPE Back: 6300/125 Ladies: 5003

Highlands Ridge South 863-453-9991
A very popular course in the area. Highlands Ridge South is the first of the Highlands Ridge courses and always kept
in the best shape. It is quite challenging with narrow fairways, numerous trees, and ponds and creeks
YARDAGE/SLOPE Back: 6176/129 Ladies: 4640

Highlands Ridge North 863471-2299
The newest, most beautiful and most demanding of all the courses in the area. Highlands Ridge North is pristine
and challenging with longer yardages, rolling terrain and doglegs. Opened in November 2002.
YARDAGE/SLOPE Back: 7234/140 Ladies: 5500

Pine Crest 863-453-7555
Pinecrest Golf Club is one of Highlands County’s historical and most prestigious golf clubs. The course is a Donald Ross
design and was the site of the first televised PGA championship tournament. The gently sloping terrain provides
a challenge as well as a pictorial Floridian landscape to enjoy.
YARDAGE/SLOPE Back: 6665/118 Ladies: 5350

Placid Lakes Country Club 863-465-1626
Newly renovated in 2005, this championship layout features a fairly open design and quick Tiff-Eagle greens.
Located near the southern end of Highlands
YARDAGE/SLOPE Back: 7010/128 Ladies: 5207

River Greens 863-453-5210
Country Club Conditions on a public course. The signature hole in the picture is #9 which plays around Lake Tina.
Come enjoy the Southern Hospitality and TAKE THE CHALLENGE!
YARDAGE/SLOPE Back: 6116/119 Ladies: 5055

Sebring Golf Club 863-314-5919
A municipal course that is well designed and popular with locals and also with visitors. Similar to Harder Hall
but not as many trees. Maintained in good condition and fun to play
YARDAGE/SLOPE Men’s: 6062 Ladies: 5512

Spring Lake – Panther Creek 863-655-0101
An 18-hole championship course with six different tees to choos from and features Florida’s longest hole #6
at 800 YARDS!It also features a popular Par 3 Island Green. This course has a lot of water,
few trees and doglegs. Accuracy is a premium.
YARDAGE/SLOPE Back: 7017/130 Ladies: 5254

Spring Lake – Cougar Trail 863-655-0101
An 18-hole championship course with five different tees to choose from and features the “World’s Largest Green”
over 42,000 sqft, and is listed in the Guiness Book of World Records. This flat course has a lot of water,
trees and doglegs to challenge every golfer.
YARDAGE/SLOPE Back: 6301/121 Ladies: 4858

Sun ‘n Lake – Deer Run 863-385-4830
An excellent 18-hole course designed by Charles Ankrou. Often used for major tournaments.
This course was host to the Ladies Futures tournament in 2002. Deer Run is a longer challenging
course, with treesand some water and is a popular course in Highlands County
YARDAGE/SLOPE Back: 7037/130 Ladies: 5349

Sun ‘n  Lake – Turtle Run 863-385-4830
Sun N Lake – Turtle Run A slightly shorter course, designed by Don Dyer with undulating fairways
and multi tiered greens. Water comes into play on most holes. One of the more challenging holes
in the county is Hole # 10, a 428 yard, par 4. Beautiful homes line the fairways.
YARDAGE/SLOPE Back: 6500/130 Ladies: 5089