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Coral Ridge Country Club is the Crown Jewel of Fort Lauderdale

Coral Ridge Country Club

Coral Ridge Country Club was originally designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and re-designed by his son Rees Jones.

Coral Ridge Country Club’s championship 18-hole golf course is a timeless masterpiece designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. in 1954.

Restored by his son, Rees Jones in 2020, the famed golf course architect is known as the “Open Doctor,” the course t Coral Ridge Country Club bears classic runway-style tee boxes, a signature of his father, with undulating greens that are precisely bunkered.

Touted as an “easy bogey, but a hard par” the course at Coral Ridge Country Club offers an array of course lengths and difficulties so Members of all ages and skill levels can enjoy playing.

The course has aptly been described as the “crown jewel” of Fort Lauderdale.

The Course

Year Built: 1954/2021
Architect(s): Robert Trent Jones Sr./Rees Jones (R)
Type: Private
Greens: Bermuda Grass
Fairways: Bermuda Grass
Golf Season: Year-round  


Par 72
Length Back Tees: 7322
Slope: 75.8
Rating: 136
Length Forward Tees: 4600
Slope: 70.2
Rating: 125


Coral Ridge Country Club
3801 Bayview Dr.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
United States
P: 954-449-4400

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Alan Hunter

Alan Hunter is the Managing Director at Hunter Southwest Productions. Since 2004 the company has provided video production services to the golf industry. HSW also produces several nationally syndicated television programs, including Golf Southwest and Golf America.