Lake Jovita (South) - Florida - USA

Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club,
12900 Lake Jovita Blvd.,
Dade City,
Florida (FL) 33525,
USA


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  • Ronnie Deese

  • Tom Lehman and Kurt Sandness

  • Leo Cadden



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Tom Lehman collaborated with architect Kurt Sandness to craft the South course within a 220-acre parcel of land at the 36-hole Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club.
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Description: Tom Lehman collaborated with architect Kurt Sandness to craft the South course within a 220-acre parcel of land at the 36-hole Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club. Rating: 3 out of 6 Reviews: 1

I had the pleasure of playing the south course three times last fall. The course was in very good condition, and has surprisingly much elevation change. There are some weak holes, and especially the first hole feels a bit awkward. Some long walks between certain holes, make a cart favorable. The greens are overall nicely contoured, which made them the highlight of the course. Hole six features the most extreme green, from which you are likely to putt of the green if being on the wrong tier. Bunkers are often well placed, but boringly shaped and very overused. The last two holes contain 25 bunkers themselves! Despite all aspects that may not be great, the south course is certainly above average, compared to other options in Florida
3 / 6
Lake Jovita (South)
June 10, 2013


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Martin
June 10, 2013
I played the South (and North) course a couple of years ago and was impressed. Played the South again last March, which turned out in a bit of a disappointment. Maintenance is not on the level where it should be and there are more weak holes then I remembered from my first visit. There are quite a few courses in this area open to the public that are more attractive (World Woods, Southern Hills Plantation, etc.)