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Scenic Hills Country Club

8891 Burning Tree Rd,

Pensacola, Florida FL 32514

  • Office

    +1 (850) 476 0380
  • Pro shop

    +1 (850) 476 0611
  • Fax

    +1 (850) 471 1503
  • Golf pro

    Peter Palacios Jr (General Mgr)

About the course

  • The Course:

    18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Gently undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.

  • Surroundings:

    Residential and woodland.

  • Designer:

    Originally designed by Chic Adams (1959); redesigned by Jerry Pate (1992)
Back
tees
Club
tees
Front
tees
Yards
6730
6021
5150
Par
71
71
71
SSS or slope
73.4
70.0
71.0

Location

Latitude:

30.543515

Longitude:

-87.235369

How to get there:

5 miles N of Pensacola

Scenic Hills Country Club

3-star: Good course – an enjoyable test for your game.

Est. 1959

Scenic Hills Country Club: The only Florida golf course to have staged a U.S. Open Championship to date (see Did You Know section below), Scenic Hills is still capable of giving your game a thorough workout - although some of its grandeur may have waned over time, you'll find more elevation change here than on most courses in the Sunshine State - three tricky and relatively tight holes start your round, with a straight, downhill par-4 to lead the way, a testing and doglegging short par-5 to follow, and the gently climbing, straight par-4 3rd closely attended by housing on your rightside - although bunkering is limited along the uncontoured fairways, it's a different matter when you arrive at the small and subtly sloping putting greens - on this scenic and pleasantly undulating, though not excessively hilly layout, the green surrounds are nicely mounded and home to solid bunker defences - water plays a limited part in proceedings, although has its moments courtesy of a creek that meanders north-south through the course - the creek dangerously slices across the fairway on the par-4 6th and par-5 11th, and will need to be crossed from the tee at the 2nd, and par-4 13th and 15th - the pick of the par-3s is the good-length 16th, a deep bunker awaiting anything hit slightly left of target - the course threads its way through a mix of housing and occasional stretches of woodland, with several sharply doglegging holes on the front-nine and arguably the most attractive holes saved for the close of the back-nine.
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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: weekdays $41; weekends $51. Golf cart included.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].

Practice facilities

Limited

Did you know?

Scenic Hills is a member of the Emerald Coast Golf Trail. It is also the only course in the state of Florida to host a U.S. Open event, namely the 1969 Womens U.S. Open, won by Donna Caponi.

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    8080 North Davis Highway, Pensacola, FL 32514

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