150 yard stakes and 100/150/200 yard markers on fairways of par fours and fives; sprinker heads measured to the center of the green
Pin placement sheets on carts
Raptor Bay is a beautiful and unique layout that provides no sand bunkers, but is lined with crushed stone waste areas. The sculpted tee areas are
landscaped with pampas, tropical foliage and other native plants. Golfers will encounter generally wide, gently rolling fairways and large, mildly sloping
green complexes situated amongst mounds and swales.
On property is a clubhouse with pro shop and restaurant/lounge and locker rooms with showers for both men and women. Practice facilities include a complimentary
driving range, short game area and putting greens. Stay and Play packages are available through the adjacent Hyatt Coconut Point. For a pictorial review of
this course, click on the review link near the top of this page - and also visit the course's own website through the linkage provided on this page and on
our pictorial review.
From the South: I-75, take Exit 116 (Bonita Beach Road) west 2 miles to US-41. Make a right onto US-41. Proceed 6 miles to Coconut
Road. Turn left onto Coconut Road and follow the road 2 miles to Hyatt Regency Resort. Turn right at the stop sign. Proceed 100 feet and turn
right. Follow the road 3/4 mile and the clubhouse is the right hand side at the end of the road.