INVERRARY COUNTRY CLUB (954 -733-7550) West Course
Florida Golf Course Review
Inverrary Country Club in Lauderhill provides 36 holes of high quality, wonderfully conditioned championship golf, on Robert Trent Jones Sr. layouts that
are similar in topography and design. The legendary East Course has been host to 15 PGA and LPGA Championships - with tournament conditions
everyday! The West Course is a fine complement. Both courses are classic tree-lined layouts, with slightly raised and well bunkered green complexes
featuring quick, true rolling and mildly undulating putting surfaces. The fairways are generous, but sand traps and trees make choice of landing areas
important. Water comes into play on quite a few holes with canals that line the fairways, although there are few forced carries.
On property is a full service pro shop - with lockers and showers for members, plus a restaurant/lounge that features beverages, snacks and hot and cold
sandwiches. There is a grass/mat range, a huge putting green, plus a short game area with practice bunker. On course golfers will find color coded pin
placements, plus yardage blocks on the fairways at 100, 150 and 200 yards - and cart paths are also marked. Some sprinkler heads are also measured to
the center of the green. Cart covers are standard on all carts, protecting clubs during inclement weather.
The images in this review are of the West Course, which features water in play on 8 holes, with 91 sand bunkers situated along the fairways or greenside.
Four sets of tees on the West provide golfers with the opportunity to choose from distance/slopes measuring 6675/132, 6318/124, 6002/122 for men and
130 for women, and 5403 yards with a 122 slope for women from the forward tees. The West Course, though sloped higher because of tighter landing
areas, more bunkers, plus some mounding along the fairways and greenside, presents a number of open green complexes which provide level landing
areas in front or on one side for bump and run approaches. Golfers will encounter the same wonderfully conditioned putting surfaces for which the East
Course is known. For more info, visit our page for Inverrary West, with a direct link to their website by clicking here