A championship course that will keep you coming back.

The Odyssey Golf Foundation Golf Course
The Odyssey Golf Foundation course is open to the public and delivers challenging, championship play. The Foundation is comprised of the golf course, driving range, practice facilities, golf academy and pro shop.
 
The course was designed by two-time U.S. Open winner Curtis Strange, one of the all-time greats in the history of golf. Highlights of Curtis’ legendary career include winning back-to-back U.S. Open Championships in 1988 and 1989 - only the sixth person to do this in the 110-year history of the Open. Curtis also won back-to-back Arnold Palmer awards in 1987 and 1988, with 17 career tour victories to his credit. Curtis is currently a commentator and analyst for ESPN’s coverage of golf and continues to compete occasionally on the PGA Tour.
 
Test your skills as you journey along our professionally maintained long fairways, strategic water hazards and tactically placed sand traps. Most people who play our course enjoy it so much, they book their next tee time immediately after they finish their round of golf.

Hole 1


The first hole is straight with water stretching along the entire left side. The medium sized green rolls true towards the water. A birdie is very possible here if you don’t get stuck in the bunkers.

Hole 2


Smart club selection is a must on this challenging par three. Water lines the left side and there is a well-placed bunker in front of the green.

Hole 3


This is a straight par four with an elevated green. Check the pin placement carefully; very few birdies are made with the pin on the right front. Par is a good score here.

Hole 4


Place your tee shot towards the left center in order to avoid the wetland area on the right. This will leave you a short to mid-iron over the water. Play it to the center of the green and you may get par or a birdie.

Hole 5


This par five will most likely be played into a southern wind. Big hitters will want to go for the very long green in two shots, however, laying up will still give you a chance at a birdie.

Hole 6


At well over four hundred yards and often playing into a southern wind, this is one of the tougher par fours on the course. The raised and well-bunkered green will make shooting par a challenge.

Hole 7


At well over four hundred yards and often playing into a southern wind, this is one of the tougher par fours on the course. The raised and well-bunkered green will make shooting par a challenge.

Hole 8


This is our longest par five and plays downwind. A blind second shot downhill will put you close if not on the average sized green, or you can lay up short of the hill. A birdie is possible here, but par is a good score.

Hole 9


This is our longest par five and plays downwind. A blind second shot downhill will put you close if not on the average sized green, or you can lay up short of the hill. A birdie is possible here, but par is a good score.

Hole 10


The narrow green makes this par four difficult. Hit it straight in order to avoid the water all along the right side and hit it high to keep it on the green. Par is a good score.

Hole 11

A well-placed bunker in the middle of the fairway along with water down the right side makes this par four a challenge. With a small green, well placed sand trap and water just beyond the green, par looks pretty good.

Hole 12


This is a great par five with a narrow landing tee shot. A creek about ninety five yards from the green will make a thinker out of you for your second shot. A very large green brings three putts into the picture. Overall, smart club selection will yield a chance at a birdie.

Hole 13

 

Starting our “Amen Corner”, this par four requires a good left to right tee shot, followed by a well-placed iron to the elevated green. An average sized green with out of bounds along the right side makes par a good score.


Hole 14


This ninety degree dogleg right is the toughest driving hole on the course with out of bounds all along the right side. Add to that a four club deep green and even a bogie looks good.

Hole 15


The southern wind pushes shots to the right. This par three plays longer than you would think and par is often difficult to make.

Hole 16


This is our signature hole. A par five featuring a dogleg left and an island green…need we say more? Big hitters will enjoy this risk/reward hole.

Hole 17


This is a great par three due to a narrow, well-bunkered green. Make par here and go on to your last hole!

Hole 18


Your round ends with a very pretty but tough hole. Hit a big tee shot and you will still be sweating bullets. The green is elevated and will not keep balls from going into the water on the left side. Keep it to the right with a good short game and par will be your reward.