An Arnold Palmer Signature Course

The championship golf course at Frenchman’s Reserve is without question the ultimate expression of the Arnold Palmer guarantee of uncompromising standards in golf course design. With large, subtle greens and fairways lined with tall Florida pines and colorful wildflowers, the course enhances the beauty of the lush South Florida landscape.


13

Hole 13
Thirteen’s tee shot requires a carry over the marsh and avoidance of the preserve areas on both the right and left of the landing area. This could be the toughest tee shot on the course. This par 5 has two options for the second shot. Playing to the right has more forgiveness, but requires a demanding shot over a cluster of bunkers onto the elevated green. A second shot to the left side of the fairway avoids the carry over the bunkers, however it has a smaller landing area.

Yardage
Black
543
Gold
497  
 Blue
497 
Silver
484  
White
484  
Green
448  
Orange 
387
Red
387 
Par: 5 | Handicap: (Men's/Ladies'): 2/8

Scorecard
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