Country Club of Landfall - Nicklaus Course - Ocean/Marsh
- Holes: 18
- Par: 72
- Length: 7100 yards
- Slope: 144
- Rating: 75.1
Tees | Layout | Full Scorecard
|White (W)||72||6176 yards||76.6||145|
|Gold (W)||72||5573 yards||73.1||135|
|Mixed (W)||72||5244 yards||71.3||129|
|Red (W)||72||4842 yards||69.1||119|
The Country Club of Landfall features a pair of clubhouses, 45 holes of golf holes designed by none other than Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus, tennis and swimming.
Tee off on the Nicklaus Course's Ocean Nine while taking the Ocean-Marsh route at the Country Club of Landfall, and you'll open on a long one: 571 yards from the Black tee. The hole requires a tee shot that avoids the water on the left and the pot bunkers on the right to make the hole in five shots. Prepare to transition on the Ocean Nine's final hole, a par-4 hole that plays to 471 yards from the Black tee and requires a left-to-right tee shot, as it doglegs right from the back tee.
A round of golf on the Ocean and Marsh golf courses at the Country Club of Landfall could conclude on the Marsh Nine's final hole, a par-4 433-yard hole that ranks as one of the club's best.