Eagle Harbor Golf Club in Fleming Island, Florida, is set amidst a forest of 60-foot pines. The 18-hole course, designed by award-winning course architect Clyde B. Johnston, features rolling Bermuda grass fairways, multi-tiered Bermuda greens, and both grass and fine, white sugar sand bunkers.
The course has four sets of tees to accommodate golfers of every skill level and is 6,840 yards from the longest tee. With narrow, tree-lined fairways and a surplus of water hazards, Eagle Harbor is a challenging course that stresses accurate tee shots and proper club selection. In addition to a beautiful, challenging course, Eagle Harbor sports a unique floating island green that should not be missed.