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Lost Key Golf Club

625 Lost Key Drive,

Perdido Key, Florida FL 32507

  • Office

    +1 (850) 549 2160
  • Pro shop

    +1 (888) 256 7853
  • Golf pro

    Michael Howard (Head Golf Professional)

About the course

  • The Course:

    18 holes. Open parkland. Relatively flat terrain.

  • Surroundings:

    Wetland and woodland

  • Designer:

    Arnold Palmer, Ed Seay, H. Minchew and E. Wiltse
Back
tees
Club
tees
Front
tees
Yards
6801
6001
4807
Par
71
71
71
SSS or slope
72.6
68.2
68.9

Location

Latitude:

30.307485

Longitude:

-87.436409

How to get there:

22 miles SW of Pensacola

Lost Key Golf Club

4-star: Above average course - well worth a visit.

Est. 1997

Lost Key Golf Club: This challenging Arnold Palmer layout, located on the Spanish named Perdido Key (in English, Lost Key), weaves its way through a flattish landscape of wetlands and small coastal pines - the destructive hurricanes of the mid-2000s took out many thousands of pine trees that once lined the fairways, leaving a more open golf course than was initially intended - open maybe, but with most holes flanked by wetland areas, small reed-lined ponds and expansive sandy waste areas, you'll still need to keep things straight off the tee, and precise on your approach play - the opening hole sets the scene for the golfing challenges ahead - this long par-5 provides a sample of the nicely mounded, but not overly wide fairways, and hopefully not too close a look at the flanking wetlands - stylish white-sand bunkering extravagantly defends this and many more of the slightly elevated, large and seriously sloping greens - the front-nine has a more natural feel, with three towering condo blocks somewhat dominating the view on the arguably more challenging back-nine - although the Gulf of Mexico is only a few hundred yards away, there are no direct views onto it - the back-nine does offer one or two glimpses of the neighbouring inland lagoon, through which the Florida - Alabama border runs - with its array of wetlands, wealth of bunkering and Palmer's always thoughtful crafting, Lost Key lays down an excellent challenge, and chance to come and explore the lagoons and keys on Florida's most westerly edge.
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Visitors

Who can play and when?

Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.

Must book in advance.

Green fees

Visitor fee, 18-holes, peak rate in high season (mid-Feb thru' June): $84.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].

Other information

Golf carts compulsory.

Practice facilities

Good

Did you know?

Perdido Key is one of many large sand bars or reefs that form the Gulf of Mexico shoreline on Florida's Panhandle. Perdido is the Spanish word for lost, while Key is derived from the Spanish "cayo," meaning small island. | Lost Key Golf Club is an Audubon International Certified Sanctuary Course, dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of the flora and fauna around the golf course.

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