Naples Florida Golf Courses Directory
The golf courses shown in red are communities or subdivisions built around golf courses. By clicking on the golf course name, you can read a brief description of the course. In some cases you can also view the score card. On the course description page is a link to view information on the community or subdivision.
You may want to also view information about Bonita Springs golf courses or Estero golf courses.
Arrowhead Golf Course (public)
Arrowhead Golf Course at Heritage Greens features manicured greens and tees, sculpted fairways and well-placed bunkers. Course highlights include four sets of tees which accommodate all skill levels. Large greens allow for varying pin placements and fair recovery of errant shots. Wide fairways with ample landing areas provide for fewer lost balls and faster play. The third hole is a double dogleg, a rarity in Florida. The hole doglegs first right around a nature preserve, then around a lake bordered by stone.
Audubon Country Club (private)
Renowned golf architect Joe Lee designed the 18-hole, 6,700 yard championship golf course. The 36,000 square foot clubhouse is quite elegant, and is accompanied by 8 lighted Har-Tru tennis courts, a 25 meter pool, two croquet courts, and the Audubon Beach and Tennis Club. Memberships at Audubon are reserved for residents of the community only. View community details and listings in Audubon Country Club.
Bay Colony Golf Club (private)
Bay Colony Golf Club is an 18 hole private course designed in 1996 by Robert Von Hagge.
Bear’s Paw Country Club (private)
Bears Paw Country Club is a Jack Nicholas designed Championship 18 hole golf course that will even the most avid golfer’s skills! Enjoy an intimate community setting complete with all the trimmings. The Clubhouse, dining, pro shop, tennis courts, heated pool and endless golf course views await you. Convenient location, too! View community details for and listings in Bears Paw.
Bentley Village Golf Club (private)
Guest must be accompanied by or guest of member. Open Year Round 9 Holes
Boyne South Golf Club (public)
Located on the edge of the Everglades, this 18-hole championship, par-72 golf course offers a friendly of golf complete with abundant wildlife.
Calusa Pines Golf Club (private)
Cedar Hammock Golf and Country Club (private)
The course at Cedar Hammock Golf and Country Club is an 18 hole, par 72 course. The course is 7,000 yards long from the longest tees. The course rating is 74 and it has a slope rating of 139 on Bermuda grass. The golf course was designed by Gordon G. Lewis and Jed Azinger. The Cedar Hammock golf course opened in 2000. View community details for and listings in Cedar Hammock.
Classics at Lely Resort (private)
Course Information: Gary Player designed, this course has some great holes. Comments: Membership equity is 70% of the price of the last membership sold prior to resignation. Membership Initiation and Dues: Golf: $80,000/$5,500 Allows play at all 3 Lely Resort courses. View community details for and listings in Lely Resort.
Collier’s Reserve Country Club (private)
Course Information: A beautiful course by Arthur Hills, players almost feel that they must talk quietly to maintain the peaceful ambiance of the great location. Comments: 100% equity. 300 maximum golf members. Very nice facility in the North Naples area. Collier’s Reserve has gone to great lengths to maintain the natural beauty of its setting, centered around the Cocohatchee River. The 228 single-family homes in Collier’s Reserve are very elegant with a variety of interesting designs. View community details for and listings in Collier’s Reserve.
Colonial Links at Heritage Greens (semi-private)
Country Club of Naples (private)
Course Information: William Diddle designed this course, originally known as Big Cypress Golf & Country Club. Comments: 330 maximum golf members. $30,000 fixed equity. An older subdivision but very nice and popular with its excellent location and prices that are more reasonable than areas West of U.S. 41.
Countryside Country Club (private)
Course Information: Re-designed by Gordon Lewis. Comments: Membership included with residence purchase, no initiation fees. Cart fees $15/person. 1133 total members. This is a friendly and popular community, with beautiful and very well-kept residences. View community details for and listings in Countryside Country Club.
Cypress Woods Golf and Country Club (private)
Cypress Woods runs the gamut from the tantalizing 3rd hole to the monstrous 18th. Each and every hole will your mettle as you meet the challenges from every direction. Virgin cypress stands and pine forests abound throughout the links as you traverse each hole. With all the trees, the yawning bunkers and the sparkling lakes, Cypress Woods “captivates all who experience it.” View community details for and listings in Cypress Woods Golf and Country Club.
Eagle Creek Golf and Country Club (private)
Course Information: Redesigned by Ken Venturi, who also hosts pro charity events at the club, such as a great fund raiser for the abused women’s shelter. Comments: Golf, tennis, dining, pool, fitness center, 70% equity for full golf or social memberships. 450 residences on 300 acres, Eagle Creek offers a low density country club lifestyle with all the amenities. Eagle Creek’s golf course is rated among Florida’s top fifty. Membership Initiation and Dues: Social: $15,000/$3,400 Golf: $50,000/$6,000 non-resident memberships available. View community details for and listings in Eagle Creek.
Estates at Bay Colony Golf Club (private)
Estuary at Grey Oaks (private)
Fiddlers Creek Golf Club (private)
The Creek course at the The Golf Club At Fiddler’s Creek community in Naples features an 18 hole, par 72, 7,157 yards course from the longest tees. The course rating is 73.9 and it has a slope rating of 142 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Arthur Hills, ASGCA, and opened in 2002. In July 2005, it was announced that a second course, The Preserve course, will be designed by Michael Hurdzan, Ph.D., and Dana Fry. The new layout, which will remain true to the environment, will complement The Creek course. View community details for and listings in Fiddlers Creek.
Forest Glen Golf and Country Club (semi-private)
The Forest Glen Golf & Country Club features an 18 hole, 7,081 yard course with a par of 72. The course rating is 75.1 and it has a slope rating of 135 on Bermuda grass. The course at Forest Glen was designed by Gordon G. Lewis. Forest Glen opened in 1999. View community details for and listings in Forest Glen.
Foxfire Country Club (private)
Course Information: 27 holes of golf, designed by Arthur Hills. Comments: 931 members, property owners only. Golf, tennis, pool, can own golf cart if desired. Trail fee $938. Foxfire is a very pretty and popular golf community on the south side of Naples. Membership Initiation and Dues: Membership included with residence purchases. Golf Single-Family: $2,520/yr
Glades Country Club (private)
Course Information: Two 18-hole courses, par 70 & par 55, designed by Robert Cupp. Comments: 1263 members, must be property owner or renter. 10 tennis courts also. Membership Initiation and Dues: No initiation. Included in monthly maintenance.
Glen Eagle Golf and Country Club (private)
Glen Eagle Golf & Country Club features narrow fairways and water hazards on 14 holes. The greens are generally flat and medium in size, but are strategically bordered by numerous bunkers requiring accurate iron play. Hole No. 14 is a short 464-yard par-5, which requires perfect placement all the way to the green; from the tees, players must contend with out-of-bounds on the right and a large pond on the left. Protecting the green is a deep pot bunker which will challenge anyone going for it in two. View community details for and listings in Glen Eagle.
Golf Club of the Everglades (private)
Grey Oaks Country Club (private)
Course Information: Will have 54 holes (two courses now) and a first class 62,000 sq.ft. clubhouse. Designed by Clifton, Ezell, & Clifton. Comments: Full membership receives 90% equity based on current value. Grey Oaks is a very popular and exclusive community, with an outstanding lifestyle of golf, tennis, dining, and a very close-in location. Pines features rolling berms & varied elevations, and is rated as one of the Top 5 Toughest courses in Florida. The Palm course uses water, island greens, lagoons, & coconut palms to create a nice layout. Membership Initiation/Dues: Social: $15,000/$2,720 Golf: (resident) $100,000/$6,800 (non-residents) $150,000/$6,800 Information about Grey Oaks homes and condos. View community details for and listings in Grey Oaks.
Hammock Bay (private)
Hibiscus Golf Club (public)
Hibiscus Golf Club is a superbly conditioned 18-hole, par-71 course regarded by tourists and locals as “the place to play in Naples.” Built in 1969 by designer Dave Wallace, this 6,891 yard golf course offers a challenge to any seasoned golfer, while encouraging the novice at the same time.
High Point Country Club (private)
9 hole course, re-designed by Jim McManis. Green fees $10. Executive course surrounded by the High Point condominiums, offering inexpensive golf course living in the heart of Naples. All costs except green fees included in owner’s maintenance.
Hole-in-the-Wall Golf Club (private)
Course Information: One 18-hole course. An older and very exclusive club that was originally started for Port Royal residents. Comments: Membership by invitation only, sponsoring member must request current information in person. Hole in the Wall and adjacent Royal Poinciana are two of the few clubs that are not part of a real estate development. Clubhouse has lunch dining only. Membership Initiation and Dues: Waiting list for membership.
Imperial Golf Club (private)
Course Information: Two 18-hole courses, designed by Arthur Hills & Ware Northrup, with a tremendous amount of natural beauty. Comments: Private golf club with 2 championship golf courses covering over 300 acres of wooded land, with rolling hills and spring-fed lakes. Imperial Golf Estates feature well manicured single-family homes spread around the golf course, with a few lower priced condominiums. $20,000 equity on golf memberships (40%). New clubhouse completed in the summer 2002. Membership Initiation and Dues: Social: $500/yr. dues Golf: $50,000/$4,725 View community details for and listings in Imperial Golf Estates.
Kensington Golf and Country Club (private)
Course Information: Robert Trent Jones, Jr. designed 18 hole championship course, with coquina waste bunkers & other unique features. Comments: 350 maximum golf members. 80% equity based on resale value. Golf, tennis,pool, great clubhouse, gated community. Annual non-resident tennis membership $1,200. Kensington is an elegant community with well priced home, condo, & villa selections that offer great lifestyles. Nice Clubhouse, top tennis facility, dining, pool, & fitness center. Membership Initiation and Dues: Social: $7,500/$1.250 Golf: $90,000/$7,000 Sports: $13,500/$2,500 View community details for and listings in Kensington Golf and Country Club.
La Playa Beach and Golf Resort (private)
Lakewood Country Club (private)
Course Information: Designed by Azinger & Lewis, course will be re-rated fall 2001 after the back nine re-design is completed. Comments: Private golf club located on the southeast side of Naples in the Lakewood community. Membership Initiation and Dues: Social: $1,150/$1,130 Golf: $3,3000/$1,885
Links of Naples (public)
Lely Island Mustang
Lee Trevino´s philosophy of making the game challenging, but fair for the average golfer is evident at the Mustang course. The Mustang is designed as a forgiving layout where a player will be able to recover from a bad shot. Twelve lakes decorate the landscape, but always off to the side, reflecting Trevino´s disdain of water. The bunkers won´t need a ladder to get out of, and there will be an entryway to the hole and a piece of green behind the bunkers. Lee Trevino designed this course to be a pleasure to a variety of handicaps. View community details for and listings in Lely Resort.
Marco Shores Country Club (public)
Designed by the creative team of Robert Von Hagge and Bruce Devlin, Marco Shores Country Club is a tropical jewel in the paradise of Southwest Florida. The course is located in a natural setting abundant with wildlife, neatly blended against the native mangroves and waterways of the Ten Thousand Islands. Greens are well-bunkered and fairways are wide on this typical Old-Florida style course. The golfer enjoys water views on eight of the holes. With four separate tees, Marco Shores plays to all skill levels.
Marriott Golf Club at Marco (public)
Carved out of 240 acres of Southwestern Florida cypress, palm and pine trees, the Marriott Golf Club at Marco issues the premier challenge to experienced and beginning golfers alike. Designed by renowned golf course architect Joe Lee, this championship layout measures 6,898 yards in length. The course has 45 acres of lakes with water coming into play on 15 holes, as well as 127 sand bunkers throughout the course.
Mediterra Country Club (private)
View community details for and listings in Mediterra.
Moorings Country Club (private)
Course Information: A quaint, par 3 course in the heart of Naples, surrounded by the prestigious Moorings community. Milton Link developed the subdivision in the very early 60’s, & reportedly designed the course himself. Comments: Golf, dining 75% equity. The Moorings is a great community, west of U.S. 41 with some waterfront properties, and all residences are close to the beach. There are a variety of single-family homes and condominiums from which to chose. The Moorings Country Club and the Naples Beach & Golf Club are the only two courses within the city limits of Naples. Membership Initiation and Dues: No social. Golf: $30,000/$3,600
Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club (public)
This spectacular resort was built alongside the Golf of Mexico´s coastline. Some of the oldest trees in the area are scattered throughout this course. The generous fairways are tree-lined, the undulating greens are medium size and lakes come into play on nine holes. The par-3 holes, No. 3 and No. 7, offer a of your shot-making abilities. The signature hole, No. 18, is a 398-yard par-4 requiring an approach shot over water to a well-bunkered green.
Naples Grande Golf Club (private)
The Naples Grande 18 hole course at the Naples Grande Golf Club features 7,102 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 75.1 and it has a slope rating of 143 on Bermuda grass. The course was designed by Rees Jones, ASGCA, and opened in 2000.
Naples Heritage Golf and Country Club (private)
Course Information: The picturesque course was designed by Gordon Lewis and is literally a golf course in a preserve. The holes are virtually carved out of a forest of pine and cypress trees. Pristine lakes provide mirror images of this unique championship course. Five sets of tees make Naples Heritage both challenging and entertaining for all skill levels. Wide fairways coupled with well-placed bunkers and perfectly manicured greens inspire the golfer to return to this natural setting for another enjoyable round. Membership Initiation and Dues: A full golf and country club membership is included with purchase of residence. View community details for and listings in Naples Heritage.
Naples Lakes Country Club (private)
Naples Lakes Country Club features an 18 hole golf course with 6,804 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 74.3 and it has a slope rating of 142 on Bermuda grass. It was designed by Arnold Palmer and opened in 1999. View community details for and listings in Naples Lakes.
Naples National Golf Club (private)
Course Information: Nationally ranked course, designed by Michael Hurdzan. Comments: For the really serious golfer who wants a very challenging but un-crowded course. 295 maximum Members. No. tee times. Recognitions: Best New Course in Florida (1993) – Golf Digest Magazine Top 100 Course in America (2000) – Golf Digest Magazine Top Rated Golf Course (14) for Florida (2005) – Golf Digest Magazine Three-time recipient of Top 100 Course in America – Golfweek Membership Initiation and Dues: No social. Golf: $225,000(80% refundable) Dues:$10,300/yr.
The Club at Olde Cypress (private)
Course Information: 18 hole championship course by P.B. Dye, located in a pine & cypress forest. Comments: 20,000 sq.ft. clubhouse, fitness, pool, tennis, grill room, lounge. Less than 400 homes will be permitted in Olde Cypress, with an emphasis on the natural beauty of the surroundings. General developer partner Paul Hardy has an excellent track record for building successful communities in Southwest Florida. Membership Initiation and Dues: Social, residents: $500/yr Golf, residents: $70,000/$6,640 Assoc. Membership: $13,000/$2,300 (Residents only) Golf: Perm. Non Res. $90,000/$5,700 View community details for and listings in Olde Cypress.
Olde Florida Golf Club (private)
Course Information: 18 holes, Rees Jones design. Comments: Another club for the serious golfer who wants no delays when they play. 80% equity based on current value. Only 250 maximum members. No tee times. Recognitions: “Best in State” Course (20) for 1997-1998 – GolfDigest Membership Initiation and Dues: No social memberships. Golf: $175,000/$7,250
The Club at Pelican Bay (private)
Course Information: 27 holes, by Arthur Hills Comments: Approximate 5 year waiting list for golf membership. Equity 50% of market value. Fabulous golf views from the two dining rooms in the clubhouse. Located in beautiful Pelican Bay, surrounded by a variety of natural beauty and single-family homes, condominiums, and villas. Membership Initiation and Dues: Dining: $1,350/yr. Golf: $150,000/$6,300 Summer Golf: $2,800 Year View community details for and listings in Pelican Bay.
Pelican Marsh Golf Club (private)
Course Information: The Pelican Marsh golf course is an 18-hole course developed by Robert von Hagge, with a 25,000 sq.ft. clubhouse. Comments: 375 maximum members; memberships are 100%equity. A beautiful course located in the expansive Pelican Marsh, master planned community, where a variety of housing options are available. Beach privileges nearby, optional membership at Pelican Isle Yacht Club, a community center with seminars & social events, and the Center Court tennis facility. Membership Initiation and Dues: Social: $20,000$2,100 Golf: $155,000/$6,700 Clubhouse dining: $1,200/yr. For more detail information about Pelican Marsh Golf and Country Club, please visit their web site. View community details for and listings in Pelican Marsh.
Port Royal (private)
Quail Creek Country Club (private)
Course Information: Two 18-hole championship courses. Comments: One of the best values for real estate and golf.. Tennis, pool, fitness center, great dining, fabulous clubhouse, and a wonderful, gated community of exclusive single-family homes. Homeowners may own their cart. 50% equity for golf members, none for social. Approximate 1-year waiting list. Membership Initiation and Dues: Class A Golf: $76,000 Class B Social $11,200/$2,650 Class C Social: $5,000/$2,650
Quail Creek Village Golf Club (private)
Quail Run Country Club (private)
Course Information: 5,257 yards Comments: An economical alternative that is close to the true center of the Naples metro area, located in the Forest Lakes/Turtle Lakes community. 100% Equity. Equity value $12,500. $350 dining room minimum required. Membership Initiation and Dues: Golf Single: $1,250/$2,279 Family: $1,500/$2,835
Quail West Golf and Country Club (private)
Course Information: 36-holes by Arthur Hills. These are great courses, and the Lakes Course is quite challenging. Comments: Prices shown are for residents; some non-resident memberships also available. 100% equity. 10% transfer fee. Probably the most magnificent clubhouse in SW Florida, with a gigantic enclosed pool area plus fabulous dining, great tennis complex, plush locker rooms, and more. Membership Initiation and Dues: Social: $25,000/$2,500 Golf: (residents) $175,000/$8,500 (non-residents) $150,000/$7,500
Quality Inn Golf and Country Club (public)
Expertly designed by world renowned architects Dick Wilson and Joe Lee, this traditional layout will challenge the experts, while accommodating the novice. With a moderate number of water hazards, over 50 strategically placed bunkers, and a variety of trees throughout the course, you will enjoy the aesthetically pleasing nature of this course.
Riviera Golf Club (public)
One of the few public courses around, this is an inexpensive alternative in an area where pricey is usually the norm. Riviera is a popular 18-hole executive course: pay as you play.
Rookery at Marco (public)
Royal Palm Country Club (private)
Course Information: Another relatively inexpensive, but private, alternative, designed by David Wallace. Comments: 300 maximum golf members. New clubhouse with dining facilities. Walking allowed on the golf course. Golf price shown is 80% equity; also 50% equity for $18,900 initiation. Membership Initiation and Dues: Social: $750/$735 Golf: $27,500/$4,463 Restaurant: $785 min./year
Royal Poinciana Golf Club (private)
Course Information: Two very enjoyable 18 hole courses re-designed by Arthur Hills. The Cypress Course is a beautiful course with abundant birds & other wildlife along a meandering waterway. The Pines Course is fairly open with a number of doglegs and a very interesting de-elevated green on the ninth hole. Comments: Approximate waiting list for social is 5-1/2 years, plus another 3+ years for golf membership. One of the older, classic, and very exclusive clubs in the area on Goodlette/Frank Road. This is one of the few clubs in the area that is not part of a real estate development. Membership Initiation and Dues: Social: $40,000/ $3,495 Golf: $85,000/ $6,410
Royal Wood Golf and Country Club (private)
Course Information: Michael Hurdzan redesign, 18 holes. Comments: Approximately 1600 maximum units. Walking permitted on course in afternoons. Dining open to public. Membership Initiation and Dues: Membership included with residence purchases. Dues are $1,650/yr.
Silver Lakes RV Resort and Golf Club
Course Information: Enjoy the beauty of a well maintained nine hole executive golf course. All golfers find the course an exciting resort amenity with it’s lakes, trees and challenging golf holes. Membership Initiation and Dues: OWNERS DAILY $7.00 – 9 Holes $14.00 – All Day $11.00 – Owners Guests RENTERS DAILY $16.00 – 9 Holes $26.00 – All Day
Stonebridge Country Club (private)
Course Information: Gene Bates design. Comments: Interesting and tricky course, very nice clubhouse, tennis, dining, and pool. Stonebridge is a guard gated community in North Naples. Lower price range than Grey Oaks, Colliers Reserve, and some others in the area helps make this a very popular community for new Naples residents. Membership Initiation and Dues: Membership included with residence purchases. Dues are $2,100/yr $255 1/41y assessment. Fees plus individual neighborhood assessment fees. ($150 due at start of each year for capital reserve.) View community details for and listings in Stonebridge.
Strand Golf and Country Club (private)
The Old Collier Golf Club (private)
Tiburon Golf Club (public)
Greg Norman, an elite player and designer, debuts the first 27 holes of Tiburon´s championship golf course. Greg Norman´s design provides for a variety of contrasting elements, such as stacked sod wall bunkers and the use of a tangerine-colored coquina sand in the waste bunkers. The course will contain no rough, with the highest turf being maintained at a fairway height of one-half inch. The golf course has incorporated the use of indigenous plants in an effort to create expansive areas of native habitat bordering the fairways. View community details for and listings in Tiburon.
Twin Eagles Golf and Country Club (private)
Course Information: Designed by Jack Nicklaus and son Jack, Jr.; a challenging 18 hole layout. Comments: Excellent facility that was the site of the 1999 Office Depot Professional Father/son Challenge, featuring notable families such as Irwin, Kite, Stockton, and Trevino. Appropriately enough, the two course designers, Jack, Jr. & Jack Nicklaus, pulled out a playoff victory over Ray & Robert Floyd. Membership Initiation and Dues: Social: $10,000/$1,000 Golf: $125,000/$7,500 resident and non resident. View community details for and listings in Twin Eagles.
Valencia Golf Club (public)
Noted architect Gordon Lewis has taken advantage of the property´s pristine natural Florida beauty and carved a challenging course that puts into play sparkling lakes, lush stands of Florida palms, pines and cypress hammock preserves. Trees frame almost every hole on the back nine. Valencia Golf Club is conveniently located near Golden Gate Estates, The Waterways, Orange Tree, Orange Blossom Ranch, Valencia Lakes, and Valencia Country Club.
Vanderbilt Country Club (private)
Vineyards Country Club (private)
Course Information: The Vineyards Country Club has two 18-hole championship courses by Mark McCumber & Bill Amick, which have hosted some pro tournaments. Comments: The Vineyards is a large, popular community in North Naples with golf, a great tennis facility, dining, commercial facilities at the community entrance, a large community park, and Vineyards Elementary School…Vineyards has it all! 100% equity. Sports membership: $9,000/$3,500 Tennis membership: $5,000/$2,900 Membership Initiation and Dues: Social: $3,000/$2,200 Golf: $80,000/$6,200 View community details for and listings in The Vineyards.
Wilderness Country Club (private)
Course Information: An older & perhaps the most beautiful golf course in Naples, located in a heavily wooded area that is truly a joy to play. Arthur Hills design. Comments: Wilderness is a private club with low-rise condominium residences scattered throughout. Tennis, limited dining, gated community. Residents must join club. Most own their golf cart, no trail fees. Excellent prices for the condominiums. Located in the heart of Naples. Membership Initiation and Dues: No social. Golf: $50,000/$16,812
Windstar on Naples Bay (private)
Course Information: Tom Fazio designed 18-hole, par 72 championship course, right on Naples Bay. Comments: 350 maximum golf memberships. This is perhaps the most complete community in the area, with golf, tennis, dining, a clubhouse with great waterfront views, and a great boat basin with excellent docking facilities off Naples Bay. Windstar members also enjoy a private beach club on Keewadin Island w/facilities and shuttle boat service. Membership Initiation and Dues: Social: $3,830/$1,225 Golf: $45,000/$5,900. View community details for and listings in Windstar.
Wyndemere Country Club (private)
Course Information: 27 holes. All three combinations are fun to play and reasonably challenging. By Arthur Hills. Comments: A beautiful and secluded community that is much closer to central Naples than many alternatives; the very reasonable real estate prices create one of the best values in the area for a country club community. Great clubhouse with dining, excellent tennis and fitness center facility, and pool. Wyndemere has a variety of single-family homes, condos, and villas that surround the course.75% equity. Membership Initiation and Dues: Social: $16,500/$3,250 Full Golf: $72,000/$6,500 Non-Resident: $90,000/$6,500 View community details for and listings in Wyndemere.