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18 holes over 6,724 yards with a par of 72 (Public)
1940 SW 9th Ct, Cape Coral, FL 33991-3313
(239) 574-2141

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18 holes over 6,623 yards with a par of 72 (Municipal)
1800 NW 28th Ave, Cape Coral, FL 33993-3721
(239) 573-3100

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9 holes over 3,222 yards with a par of 36 (Public)
11460 Royal Tee Cir, Cape Coral, FL 33991-7534
(239) 283-5522

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9 holes over 3,384 yards with a par of 36 (Public)
11460 Royal Tee Cir, Cape Coral, FL 33991-7534
(239) 283-5522

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9 holes over 3,352 yards with a par of 36 (Public)
11460 Royal Tee Cir, Cape Coral, FL 33991-7534
(239) 283-5522

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9 holes over 1,765 yards with a par of 30 (Public)
1006 SE 4th Pl, Cape Coral, FL 33990-1520
(239) 574-4454

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Types of Golf Courses


Public Golf Course

A public, or daily-fee golf course is fully open to the public without restriction, usually privately owned.


Municipal Golf Course

Similar to a daily-fee golf course, these public facilities are owned by a city or other municipality and are known for having budget-friendly fees.


Semi-Private Golf Course

Semi-private courses offer pay-and-play fees each time you visit, but also offer memberships that allow exclusive or unlimited access to certain course features or tee times.


Private Golf Course

Private golf courses are member-only facilities that require an initiation fee and annual dues to gain course access or book tee times. Because the general public does not have the opportunity to play on private golf courses, members enjoy a less crowded atmosphere with upgraded amenities.

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