Lagoon Course Scorecard

Ponte Vedra’s second test of golf is The Lagoon Course, a 6,022 par-70 masterpiece created by two design geniuses - Robert Trent Jones (’61) and Joe Lee (’77). In 2007, renowned course architect, Bobby Weed, fully restored and enhanced the layout, adding both character and challenge to the golf experience.

The restoration included new tees, fairways and greens, routing changes to several holes, new and improved turf standards, improved irrigation and drainage, and a greatly enhanced landscaping theme. The restoration branded the Lagoon Course with its own unique identity while nicely complementing the Ocean Course.

The course, although not especially long, places a premium on accurate drives and thoughtful approaches. Water is definitely the dominate feature with a mosaic of lakes and lagoons threatening golfers on eleven holes. Tall pines, palms and ancient, sprawling oaks form the contours of this lushly landscaped course. Fairways are narrow, but kept in immaculate condition and the greens small and fast.

 

Lagoon Course Profile

   
  Course Designers   First Nine by Robert Trent Jones - 1961
Second Nine by Joe Lee - 1977
Restored by Bobby Weed - 2007
       
  Course Statistics   Tees
 Yards Par  Rating  Slope 
Blue 6,022  70 68.3  118 
White 5,542  70 66.7  113 
Green 5,105  70 64.6  110 
Red 4,511  70 64.6  110 
               
  Course Record   Club Professional, Richard Ames (59) 
       
  Greens   Bermuda Mini Verde - Ultra Dwarf 
       
  Fairways   Bermuda Tif 419 

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