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Loblolly

Hobe Sound, Florida
Hobe Sound, Florida
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  • Address7407 Hill Terrace, Hobe Sound, FL 33455, USA

There is nothing mediocre about the course at Loblolly Golf Club, which opened in 1988. It’s one of Pete and P.B. Dye’s unsung layouts that simply bristles with style. Formerly known as Loblolly Pines, this is Floridian seaside golf from the top drawer.

Located next to a wildlife refuge in Hobe Sound, on the southeastern coast of the Sunshine State, the fairways have been set out in a tight, triangular-shaped property within a large residential development.

A fair amount of soil was shifted during construction to create movement in the landscape so there are a few surprising changes in elevation changes to be found during a round here.

Stronger holes on the front nine include the 457-yard right doglegged 4th and the 576-yard 6th, which veers almost at a right angle to a water-protected green. On the inward half, the short par four 13th is a really fun hole in the corner of the property whilst and the 440-yard 18th doglegs right to the home green, ending the round in solid style.

There is nothing mediocre about the course at Loblolly Golf Club, which opened in 1988. It’s one of Pete and P.B. Dye’s unsung layouts that simply bristles with style. Formerly known as Loblolly Pines, this is Floridian seaside golf from the top drawer.

Located next to a wildlife refuge in Hobe Sound, on the southeastern coast of the Sunshine State, the fairways have been set out in a tight, triangular-shaped property within a large residential development.

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Pete Dye

Pete Dye captained the college team in his youth before going on to qualify for the US Open in 1957. He won the Indiana State Amateur, took part in The Amateur in 1963 and played in five US Amateurs.

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