Leopard's Chase Golf Club
The most recent Big Cat to be unleashed is the award-winning Leopard’s Chase. Named by both Golf Digest and GOLF Magazine as one of the “Top 10 Best New Public Courses in America for 2007”, Leopard’s Chase is now among the truly elite courses in the region. One of the many distinguishing characteristics of this Tim Cate creation is the brilliant use of natural and man-made water features throughout the entire layout. This masterpiece is a vision to behold, featuring newly renovated TifEagle Bermudagrass greens.
Leopard's Chase Course Map & Yardage
Leopard's Chase Facts
- The course features mature TifSport Bermudagrass fairways and immaculately manicured TifEagle Bermudagrass greens.
- Traversing more than 220 acres of natural coastal terrain, Leopard’s Chase is graced with scenic landscapes scattered with native grasses and plantings, including preserved wetlands, creating a series of picturesque vistas.
- Leopard’s Chase features five sets of tees to offer a challenge suitable to all levels of golfers, with the championship tees stretching to a formidable 7,155 yards.
- Highlighting the front nine is the par-4 5th fifth hole, with its island-like green awash in a sea of pearl-white sand created by a large waste bunker that stretches 90 yards into the fairway.
- The biggest architectural splash on the course occurs at the par-four 18th hole, which moves slightly leftward to an elevated green guarded by an elegant man-made waterfall. Sixteen hundred gallons of water per minute cascade down a wall of coquina boulders, the same type of rocks that made Tiger’s Eye famous.