Island Country Club
Island Country Club is the only 18 golf course located on Marco Island. The Championship layout of our course is a challenging yet fair test for any golfer. From your first tee shot to your last, you will enjoy beautifully sculpted and very generous fairways leading you to spacious greens surrounded by “Florida White” bunkers.
After the club became private, in 1986, it has undergone multiple renovations. The latest renovation was just completed by golf course architect Kipp Schulties and RyanGolf Construction. They completely renovated the course, which had been relatively flat. While the course layout was kept, it was raised which created undulations, elevations, and vistas. Also, The new course was lengthened to 6,852 yards and the greens were enlarged to over 7,000 square feet.
The original designer was Dave Wallace, a highly respected golf course architect, designed the original course at Island in 1966. It was redesigned in 1991 by the “Squire” himself, Gene Sarazen. Then again the club updated the course with well known designer Gordon Lewis. Kipp Schulties is now put his touch on the course.
Island Country Club Membership Information
|Maximum # of Memberships||400|
|Is Membership Required?||No|
|Non-Resident Memberships Available?||Yes|
Island Country Club Membership Fees
Please be aware, all categories of membership may have additional fees such as a food and beverage minimum that may apply. Please feel free to contact me for additional information.
Home Price Ranges
|Single Family:||None in this community|
|Condos:||None in this community|
Golf Course Information
|Architect||Kipp Schulties, Redesign 2017|
|Number of Courses||1 (18 Holes)|
|Own your own cart||No|
Course Name: Island Golf Course
|Par: 72 Holes: 18||Yards||Rating||Slope|
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