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white heron golf club | DAY 3
Florida Day 3 – The boys headed to White Heron Golf Club where again we were welcomed with open arms by The Pro, Cliff. The hospitability throughout our trip was top notch. The group enjoyed the course so much, they played another 9 straight after they finished the 18th, super enjoyable but once again challenging golf course. It’s the type of course we think of when we think of golf stateside; fast sloped greens, forced carries, water & Gators!
White Heron Golf Club is definitely more of a golf course people would associate with Florida not many elevation changes, loads of water everywhere and a tough test. White Heron was originally built in 1994 by Golf Course Architect Ted McAnglis and redesigned and rebuilt in 2020. The greens had just been relayed just 6 weeks prior and its amazing how good they were already, the guys were gobsmacked.
This Championship golf course is a gem in Central Florida for the golf enthusiast. Ted McAnglis was once a NASA civil engineer, who learned golf design by working for the prolific George and Tom Fazio. The White Heron GC layout extends well over 7,400 yards and features testing greens which made it a pleasure to play. In December 2022 they had just finished relaying all the greens. Gary Martin said that they were the best greens he had played on during the 3 days he had been there.
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The big greens were fast and rolling true which is perfect for golf. This was a fantastic golf course with a great layout and plenty of alligators on the course, luckily they were friendly and especially the little guy on 16th fairway that was sunbathing all afternoon. Alligators on the course are not something we are used to in England which adds to the experience of playing golf in Florida.
White Heron GC is not yet a famous course but with the recent investment & changes it’s certainly one to look out for and a little hidden gem if you’re in the area! The back 9 is especially fun to play. Robbie & the gang would like to thank Cliff for being so accommodating during our visit. Be sure to check them out here.