Pelican’s Nest Golf Club at Pelican Landing – Hurricane Course
- 4450 Pelicans Nest Dr, Bonita Springs, FL 34134
- (239) 947-2282
|36 total holes at facility|
|Green fees - $83 to $106 (estimate)|
|Designed by Thomas Fazio|
|Built in 1985|
|Driving Range: Yes|
|Private Community golf course|
Pelican’s Nest Golf Club is nestled in the gated community of Pelican Landing in Bonita Springs, Fla., bordering the banks of Spring Creek and Estero Bay making us one of Southwest Florida’s best-kept secrets. An award-winning golf club that embraces our environment and provides a sanctuary to wildlife is what awaits golfers who have the chance to play this true jewel of a facility in Southwest Florida. Our unique private golf club provides superior golf and dining in a peaceful and harmonious setting.
Our roots date back to 1985, when master golf architect Tom Fazio was invited, to craft Pelican’s Nest Golf Course. The course was an immediate sensation, taking home multiple honors and was ranked as the “#3 Best Public Golf Course” in the United States by Golf Digest, giving Mr. Fazio his first appearance on the list of “Best New Courses”. Pelican’s Nest Golf Courses were again recognized by Audubon International, with a Certificate of Achievement as a “Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” achieving this distinction for the 11th straight year and we strive to continue this cherished designation.
The Hurricane Course at Pelican’s Nest Golf Club is an 18-hole regulation length golf course in Bonita Springs, Florida. This medium-length layout plays quite long from the back tees. The course is rated somewhat highly difficult, but low scores are still possible for the skilled player. There is another course at this same golf club, the Gator Course. Online tee times may be available at Pelican’s Nest Golf Club or at nearby golf courses, often at a substantial discount from the going green fees rate. The courses have been selected as the # 3 Best Public Course in America. It has recognized as a wildlive sanctuary, and acknowledged for its ecco-friendly design by the Audubon Society.
|Course Superintendent: Jason Zimmerman||Director of Golf: Chris Sheehan||Manager: David Gillespie|
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