View from the 9th green back looking back to the tee box.
Bernie’s Bridge’ is used to cross on over to the golf course from the 1 and 10 tee boxes.
View of the 10th green. The smallest green on the golf course but don’t be fooled it’s the longest par 4 on the golf course as well.
View of the second shot on hole 12. A “S” shape, par 5, it’s imperative to hit the fairway if you want to hit the green in regulation.
View of the 13th hole from the 200-yard marker. A dog like left, this hole requires a right to left tee shot in order to position yourself for a good second shot into the green.
Four palm trees stand tall over a sand trap on the course
Come tee up your shot at The Country Club of Coral Springs.
View from the members Tee from the 9th hole. Requires a carry of atleast 225 yards if you want to hit the fairway.
The CCOFCS utilizes three colors with their flag sticks.
Foursome of members make the turn to the 10th tee while a young man practices his putting in the late evening.
The par 3 11th is the second longest par 3 on the course. Three bunkers guard the green. Good ball control and a solid strike is key to hitting the green.
View from the 15th tee from the “TIPS”. The big hitters test their luck hitting their tee shots through the shoot.
Our 3000 Sq Ft putting green allows golfers to practice their stroke and learn the breaks from the severe slopes.
View of the 1st green from standing on the second tee box.
The 7th hole, the longest par 5 on the golf course is a dog like left that requires a long drive and a precision second shot for the lay-up. The bombers can get there in two with a great tee shot.
Close up of the 9th green and the severe right to left slope in the back portion of the green.
The fairways are a vivid green on a sunny day at the course