Hammock Dunes (Creek) - Florida - USA

Hammock Dunes Club,
30 Avenue Royale,
Palm Coast,
Florida (FL) 32137,
USA


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Set on Florida’s Atlantic coast the Hammock Dunes Club is a residential community with two golf courses at its heart. We think the best is the newer, inland Rees Jones-designed Creek – opened in 2001. Its Audubon certification and zero housing edges out the Links.
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Description: Set on Florida’s Atlantic coast the Hammock Dunes Club is a residential community with two golf courses at its heart. We think the best is the newer, inland Rees Jones-designed Creek... Rating: 6 out of 10 Reviews: 2
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Doug Roberts

Have played the Creek Club often and have admired the little changes they have made to it since opening. Initially the course was near unplayable as all of the fairway edges were elevated and the adjacent areas were overgrown vegetation of very strong stems. The course now is playable as they have cleared out the edges such that slightly errant shots are now playable....but it is still very challenging. 1 is a straight away par 5 whicch seems open but somehow I mostly get tangled with trees. 2 is a solid par 3 with a kidney shaped green with water left. 3 and 4 are good par 4's. 5 is a gem par 4 which slides slightly left with numerous small bunkers and a slightly hidden green. 6 is a dynamic par 3 which requires a forced carry to a visually looking island green amongst marshland. 7 is a claustrophobic par 5 which has no room for error left or right. 8 is a par4 and 9 another par 4 which is open and long. 10 is a par 5 with water down the right and a well guarded green which opens a tough back side. 11 is a forced carry dogleg right with water in front and to the right. 12 is a short par 3 which is well bunkered short and has a not too deep green. 13 is a dogleg right par 4 with appears wide open but the green is well protected. 14 is possibly the toughest par 5 I have ever played. It is long and has water right and short of the green requiring a forced carry 3rd to a narrow green.15 is a nice dogleg left par 4 with a massive expanse of sand everywhere in front and left. 16 is a challenging par 3 which requires a forced carry. 17 is a par 4 which seems about 10 yards wide. 18 is a strong par 4 with bunkers all the way down the right and a well protected green. The members play the Links course probably twice as much as the Creek because if you play the Creek everyday.....You'll quit the game. The Blue tees at 6100 yards are a 142 slope 70.9 rating and go back to tips and it's 76.6/151 at 7360.....

December 04, 2020
6 / 10
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Steve MacQuarrie

Though the Creek course touts the fact that no real estate can be developed anywhere on the property, the course still has a lot of the feel of a Florida cartball-only layout. With but five holes from which one can see another hole, there’s a sense of isolation that makes remembering the holes difficult. And while there are some memorable holes, there’s little strategy involved—on most holes the tee shot can be hit anywhere on the fairway and on the par fives (except for #14) there’s no thought required on the second shot either. The greens do have some interesting contours. I found their Links course more interesting.

May 03, 2018
6 / 10
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