Victoria Hills - Florida - USA

Victoria Hills Golf Club,
300 Spalding Way,
Florida (FL) 32724,

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  • Matt Payne

  • Ron Garl

  • Kerry Bower-Herr

Architect Ron Garl has been designing courses since the early 1970s and around a third of his activity (involving more than eighty courses) has taken place in the state of Florida. The 18-hole layout at Victoria Hills is one of his more celebrated projects in the Sunshine State and it’s garnered a number of awards from a variety of golf publications since it opened at the start of the new millennium.

Described by one commentator as having “a feeling of courses in the Carolinas,” the Victoria Hills course is set out on a gently undulating landscape and its sandy-soiled fairways are routed around Augusta Pines, majestic oaks and stands of other mature trees. Water comes into play at several of the holes, most notably on the stretch between the 13th and 17th.

Highlight holes include the par threes at the 3rd and 7th and the par five 15th, where water threatens both the tee shot and the approach to the green. Both nines conclude with demanding par fives; the 552-yard 9th doglegging downhill to the right and the 554-yard heading uphill towards the clubhouse.
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Description: Architect Ron Garl was tasked by the Victoria Hills Golf Club to set out a challenging course within the Victoria Park community and he certainly delivered with this 18-hole track. Rating: 4 out of 6 Reviews: 1

I was lucky to have played this course a few month ago. I did not expect much, as I did not know to much about the course. I was positively surprised, and had a nice time. It is very different from a typical Florida course, as there is quite a bit of elevation change. The course was in average condition, and sadly the water hazards barely had any water in them as they were almost dried out. The greens were in alright condition though and many of them have interesting contours. I did walk the course, but would recommend a buggy as there are some long walks between certain holes, especially on the back nine. All in all, a great choice to play if in the area, and a fun course that is very different from a typical Florida experience.
4 / 6
Victoria Hills
May 23, 2013

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