The front nine at the Forest Course was designed by Florida native, Gary Koch. The back nine is the work of the infamous Ron Garl.
Unlike the Lakes Course, which is open, there’s a premium on accuracy at the Forest Course. The fairways are sloped, and the greens well protected.
One of the more memorable holes is the drivable par four third. Eagles and birdies can be made but you’d best be accurate with your tee shot if you choose to go for the green. Water flanks the entire right side, and the green is surrounded by bunkers.
While the back nine is considered the easier nine, it’s also downright gorgeous. Large oak and cypress trees line the fairways, and provide the perfect contrast against verdant fairways and crystalline lakes.
The Forest Course at Eagles Golf Club is a memorable round that will leave you wanting to come back for more.