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Bay Point Marriott Golf Resort and Spa

This resort feature two regulation eighteen hole courses. The Bay Point Course has few obstacles, large greens, and flat terrain. It is a championship course that was ranked as one of North America's top 25 golf resorts in "Golf Illustrated" in 1990. The Lagoon Legend Course has water hazards coming into play on sixteen holes. This course was ranked 43rd by "Golf Digest" in its 1992 list of "Top 75 Resort Courses." It is a target course that requires many blind shots. First time players will be intimidated by this course. Some of the landing areas look very small, but are actually fifty yards wide. Hole #18, a 382-yard, par 4, requires a tee shot to an island landing area, which is still an Indian burial ground. The second shot is back to the mainland across a lagoon. The course is located next to the swamp on St. Andrews Bay, making for some very scenic views.
This Club has multiple courses:
Lagoon Legend
Bay Point

Year Built: 1986
Designer: Bruce Devlin
Greens Grass Type: Bermuda Grass
Fairways Grass Type: Bermuda Grass
Water Hazards: Yes
Sand Bunkers: 81-90
Yardage Markers: 200, 150, 100 Yrd Markers and Sprinkler Heads Marked

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