A well-connected golf friend of mine asked me what was the most highly rated course I hadn’t yet played and the answer was (until today) Seminole Golf Club. This hole in my golf resume got filled thanks to the connections of my friend. Designed by Donald Ross in 1929, Seminole is consistently ranked as one of the Top 25 courses in the United States.
Because of the privacy and exclusivity of the course, I respected the no-cell phone policy, and have no photos to share. (Dude, I want an invite again!)
I think this is an exceptional course and experience (not surprisingly). I loved the routing from green to tee, an amazing walking course. The land is a bit hillier than I expected which is welcome especially in Florida which is known for its flatness. The holes brings you at a variety of angles which means the wind matters and each hole has its own challenges. The green complexes and bunkers are extraordinary.
I am very, very lucky to have had the chance to play this course and glad I took the day to do so.
The photos seen here are just lifted from the web and are not mine.