Just in time for the height of Florida’s golfing season, Pelican’s Nest Golf Club will reveal its newly renovated Gator golf course. The 18-hole Gator golf course will open for limited play on Monday, Nov. 28, showcasing all new greens, bunkers and fairways, improvements to several holes and the addition of scoring tees. The short game practice range is currently open for use.
With a goal to provide an enhanced golfing experience for valued members, project renovations to the Gator golf course encompassed the complete reconstruction of bunkers and greens, a complete re-grassing of the course’s fairways, new scoring tees, hole modifications to Gator Holes 9, 13, 14, 17 and 18, golf cart restoration and renovations, and landscaping.
“Our renovations to the Gator course align with our commitment to upholding the highest quality standards and offering the latest in golf course designs and features,” said David Gillespie, general manager for Pelican’s Nest Golf Club. “Our goal at Pelican’s Nest Golf Club is to provide our members with exceptional courses for all levels of play. We are pleased to offer our members a superior experience that is unique, challenging and fun.”
The award-winning Pelican’s Nest Golf Club is home to two Tom Fazio-designed 18-hole golf courses, the Hurricane and the Gator. The Hurricane golf course was previously renovated in 2015, installing improvements to greens, bunkers and collars. Renovations are reflective of the Pelican’s Nest Golf Club’s reputation as one of Southwest Florida’s top-tier golf clubs, maintaining an active and vibrant environment for members and their guests.
About Pelican’s Nest Golf Club
With roots dating back to 1985, the award-winning Pelican’s Nest Golf Club, offers impeccably maintained golf courses, combining both beauty and shot-making challenges on virtually every hole. A members-only golf club, however residency in Pelican Landing is not required for membership at Pelican’s Nest Golf Club. Pelican’s Nest Golf Club upholds a commitment to protecting and enhancing the natural Southwest Florida environment. The golf club serves as a sanctuary to many different species of wildlife, and courses have been recognized every year since 2001 by Audubon International as a “Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.” Pelican’s Nest Golf Club is located at 4450 Pelicans Nest Drive, within the Pelican Landing community in Bonita Springs. For more information on Pelican’s Nest Golf Club, or to learn how to become a member, call 239-947-2282 or visit www.NestGolf.com.