4486 N. Suncoast Blvd.
Crystal River, FL 34428
Phone: (352) 563-1500
Fax: (352) 563-5426
Crystal River Archaeological State Park is located on Crystal River and within the Crystal River Preserve State Park. The park contains a six-mound area from the Deptford to the Late Fort Walton period. The park also has a limestone slab which is surprising as this kind of slabs are found in area like the Caribbean, South America, and Central America. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places on September 29, 1970.
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This is a difficult nine holes designed by Tom Fazio. It's proof that you can't go wrong when you give one of the worlds best golf course architects a remarkable piece of ground. The Back tees should be avoided. The Middle tees are a more than thorough test. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
The back nine was added to this course in 1997. The front nine has a number of waste bunkers, and the entire course is notable for its large greens. These greens are well trapped. The course is in excellent shape and offers a challenge to good and poor players alike. The last three holes are difficult to brutal. Conserve your strength. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
On this magnificent course, five holes surround an old quarry. The entire course is full of hills, but the stark walls of the quarry are the trademark. It is remarkably beautiful and challenging. One of the great mysteries in Florida golf circles is why this track doesn't have the reputation it deserves. Play this course if you get an opportunity to do so. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
This very well regarded central Florida course is another fine piece of architecture from the Fazio family. El Diablo Golf & Country Club is visually stunning, with a wide variety of trees enveloping its fairways. A number of massive oaks are particularly beautiful. The landing areas are well defined and there are some elevation changes. The hills result in a blind shot or two. The par-3s, par-4s, and par-5s are very long from the Gold tees. This, combined with a formidable 147 slope rating from the Gold tees, should prompt an average player to choose the Blue or White tees.
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The hills and big trees are concentrated on the front side. The back nine has a more open character. There is abundant sand here. The greens are flat. The entire course is beautifully kept. The par-3s measure between 152 and 227 yards. The par-5s start short at 479 yards and max out at 576. There are no long par-4s, and, in fact, a few are quite short. This is a semi-private golf course. Only soft spikes are allowed. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged. The green fees here are subject to change.
The Tortoise and Hare Course is shorter than its sister course, the Links. It is also considerably more difficult, although not hard. The well-conditioned greens are guarded by a large number of sand traps. There is no water. None of the holes is remarkably long. Both the yardage and the course are aimed at providing a relaxing round. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
This links-like course plays very short. There are a considerable number of traps and not a drop of water in sight. All the holes are short. The course is in excellent shape. The average player will be very comfortable from the Back tees. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.