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Score Card

Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out   10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In TOT
Par 4 3 4 5 3 4 4 4 4 35   4 5 4 4 4 3 5 3 4 36 71
Gold Tees 373 173 383 531 167 352 354 387 440 3160   333 486 372 416 313 171 493 152 368 3104 6264
Blue Tees 358 150 365 516 134 331 328 366 423 2971   313 465 346 400 301 166 482 142 343 2958 5929
White Tees 331 130 352 493 116 293 317 350 400 2782   286 450 318 317 291 166 420 132 331 2711 5493
Red Tees 317 123 326 443 98 242 294 321 354 2518   276 430 311 306 260 111 420 113 315 2542 5060
Green Tees 301 89 276 413 88 220 211 315 344 2257   215 398 254 291 235 100 398 100 288 2279 4536
Par: 71   Men Course Rating: 69.9 / Slope 123  Blue 68/122   Member  67.6/119  White  66.4/117  
Ladies Course Rating:  White 71.8/127  Red  69.1/120  Green 66.5/109
  Greens: TifEagle    Fairways: Turf-Tifway 419 Bermudagrass
Bunkers: 44    Waterways / Lakes: 18 lakes / ponds                                                             Member TeesTotal:  5718
 

Lemon Bay is a Fully Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary

Lemon Bay Golf Club Audubon Certified Golf CourseOriginally one of only 165 in the world and 25th in the state of Florida. We have a nesting pair of eagles in our 8-acre eagle preserve on the course and we are fortunate to see young eagles fledged each spring. We maintain a 20 foot “no spray zone” around all lakes and ponds, daily visual scouting and monitoring of pest problems and threshold levels to assess the actual locations and need to apply pesticides.

 

Lemon Bay Wildlife Inventory . . .

Mammals: Armadillo, bobcat, gray fox, red fox, skunk, rabbit, raccoon, palmetto rat

Reptiles: Alligator, chameleon, coral snake, indigo snake, eastern diamondback rattlesnake, gopher tortoise, leatherback turtle

Fish: Bream, catfish, largemouth bass and juvenile tarpon

Birds: Anhinga, bald eagle, blue heron, blue jay, cardinal, coots, crow, dove, gallinules, grackles, glossy ibis, great blue heron, great white egret, green heron, hawks (several varieties), kingfisher, limpkin, Louisiana heron, moorhen, nigh heron, owls (several varieties), roseate spoonbill, sandhill crane, scrub jay, snowy egret, terns, tri-colored heron, white ibis, woodpeckers, wood stork





In 2015 we began building our new clubhouse which opened in 2017 - this time lapse will show its progress