About this Golf Course
The course features mature TifSport Bermudagrass fairways and immaculately manicured L-93 bentgrass greens.
Traversing more than 220 acres of natural coastal terrain, Leopard’s Chase is graced with scenic landscapes, scattered with native grasses and plantings, including preserved wetlands, creating a series of picturesque vistas.
Leopard’s Chase features 5 sets of tees to offer a challenge suitable to all levels of golfers with the championship tees stretching to a formidable 7,155 yards and carrying a slope of 142 and a course rating of 74.1
Highlighting the front 9 is the par-4 5th fifth hole, with its island-like green awash in a sea of pearl-white sand created by a large waste bunker that stretches 90 yards into the fairway.
The biggest architectural splash on the course occurs at the par-four 18th hole which moves slightly leftward to an elevated green guarded by an elegant man-made waterfall. Sixteen hundred gallons of water per minute cascade down a wall of coquina boulders, the same type of rocks that made Tiger’s Eye famous.
- Architect: Tim Cate
- Opened: 2007
- Rating: 74.3
- Number Of Holes: 18
- Slope: 140
- Greens: L93 Bent