St. Lucie Trail Golf Club is situated on an indigenous Florida footprint that offers expansive nature views on almost every hole. Turn the corner. View a layout and natural features that feel anything but predictable.
The back nine and the front nine share a palpable flow but retain their own unique flavor. The course goes from challenging to forgiving depending entirely upon the tees you choose. Florida’s changing weather, wind and varying elements transform the playing experience every time you join usSt Lucie Trail Golf Club was designed by Jim Fazio in 1989, and revitalized in 2014 under the direction of St. Lucie Trail Golf Club Superintendent Dick Gray.
Matt Boyd, PGA
A reachable yet challenging dogleg right Par 5, a drive in the fairway is a must here
Par 5 - 515 Yards
Directly into the prevailing ocean breeze, this challenging Par 3 can be overcome with a tee shot on the green in regulation.
Par 3 - 220 Yards
Jim Fazio was kind enough to provide a generous fairway on this challenging Par 4, but don't get careless, as Out of Bounds lines both sides of the hole
Par 4 - 458 Yards
A nicely placed tee shot will leave you with a wedge or short iron into a large receptive green.
Par 4 - 374 Yards
Straight into the breeze and water lining the entire right side of the hole, this challenging Par 4 requires a long tee ball down the left side.
Par 5 - 415 Yards
The second most difficult hole on St. Lucie Trail requires an accurate tee shot for those looking to post a respectable score.
Par 4 - 418 Yards
A large ridge separates the front from the back half of this huge green.
Par 3 - 197 Yards
A nicely placed tee shot between the fairway bunkers, will leave an opportunity to go at this green in two.
Par 5 - 510 Yards
With the clubhouse view in the background, this beautiful dogleg left Par 4 can provide golfers an opportunity to finish the front nine with a birdie.
Par 4 - 407 Yards
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