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3869 NW Royal Oak Dr
Jensen Beach, FL  34957-3408
United States
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Eagle Marsh Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,918 yards | 144 slope

74.0 rating

Eagle Marsh Golf Course

The 18-hole "Eagle Marsh" course at the Eagle Marsh Golf Club facility in Jensen Beach, Florida features 6,918 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 74.0 and it has a slope rating of 144. Designed by Tommy Fazio, the Eagle Marsh golf course opened in 1997. Alan Block manages the course as the General Manager.

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Reviewed March 06, 2014

We paid top dollar for this course and had to contend with the groundskeepers the first 4 holes. They ran the machine across the fairways while we were teeing off. They ran over my ball in sand 3 times. We lost them for a few holes but they found us again on the back nine. One of the groundskeepers was standing in front of the green jumping up and down and raking all while I am trying to take my shot to the green. Then at the 18th hole they had a wood chipper across from the tee box. As I am in my backswing my husband tells me to wait. I look up to see them feeding a tree through the chipper. I will never play this course again and do not recommend it. For the price I would play PGA Village instead.

Reviewed March 04, 2014

Great layout. Friendly staff. The greens rolled great. Enjoyed lunch after the round at the restaurant.

Reviewed January 30, 2014

Great service Frank in pro shop is very helpful and the course is in excellent condition.

Reviewed January 09, 2014

Played the course last week for the first time. Great layout. Friendly Staff. Greens rolled Great. Lots of wildlife and nature to see during the round. Really enjoyed the food and service in the restaurant. We'll be back soon!

Reviewed January 09, 2014

We just played Eagle Marsh yesterday and it was fantastic. The greens were running smooth and fast. The people in the pro shop were very friendly and the outside staff were courteous and welcoming. I played the gold tees and the course was one of the finest I have played from the championship tees. The layout was exceptional. This is a hidden Fazio masterpiece. My wife and I almost missed out on the best golf experience in years due to a review written by some idiot that obviously has other issues. We played yesterday Jan 8th, following the round we visited the bar and Restaurant. The food and service was the best of any restaurant anywhere, wonderful lunch & exceptional service. I would highly recommend this course to anyone looking for a great course great lunch and overall a great experience. Check it out for yourself one last thing the value is the best on the Treasure Coast without exception. I played on the PGA courses 20 minutes up the road & was not a patch on Eagle Marsh and gouged me for three times what I paid at Eagle Marsh.

Reviewed April 02, 2013

This was the first time we've played Eagle Marsh in several years.After reading the reviews, we were looking forward to playing it again but were very disappointed.

When we arrived at the Pro Shop, I asked how the course was and the response was "it's OK". That should have been our first clue and we should have put the clubs in the car and gone somewhere else. One of the Assistants commented, "well, it's been warm." This was late in February.

The driving range is in pretty rough shape and the practice putting green has several bald spots. The Starter;however,was very friendly and helpful and probably the friendliest employee we encountered.

We all found the course conditions marginal at best with tee boxes that were half grass and dirt. The fairways were "OK". The greens were pretty fast but had numerous bald spots on three quarters of them. The bunkers were actually the best part of the course as they were in good condition.I don't think it speaks well of any course to say the bunkers are the highlight of a golfers experience as far as course conditions are concerned.

I would NOT recommend Eagle Marsh and unless one gets a huge discount, it's not worth the rack rate. The are several courses in this area that are a better value.

Reviewed March 09, 2013

I just played the course today with some clients from DC. We had a wonderful time. Service was great from the reception in the pro shop to the bag guys to the starter. The course was a real treat, the layout is the best in the area without exception for a venue open to the public and competes with the areas private clubs (I do regularly play the Jupiter Hobe Sound Private courses)My club had a member guest and i couldn't get a time with my clients. Following the day one of the guys said "wow your Golf Club really knows how to treat its members) I did inform him then it wasn't my home Club. Great scenery, greens were about 10.5 or even 11 on the stimp. There were a couple of sandy patches on a couple of greens but it didn't affect the roll. Fairways were firm and fast bunkers were in good shape, consistent. I got up and down 2 out of three times. We finished our day with a cocktail in the Club House. The guys didn't want to leave. the bar tender was attractive and accommodating. We BSd with a bunch of local members from NJ. I will definitely make the trip back up there and recommend it to my friends. I consult nationwide in the Hospitality industry and this is a business that has got it right from the product to the personnel.

Reviewed December 04, 2012

I just played this course earlier today and was blown away by the positive changes over the last short time. The staff is definitely the best golf club staff of any course you could find anywhere. The head pro Frank is always there taking care of things unlike most pros that are too busy hiding in the office. This time we came with two scratch golfers and my teen son who will play for Wake Forest next year. (all going to plan)The greens were true and smooth probably about a 10.5 18th hole is unique with the choice of greens which my friends liked. a tough finishing hole but a good money decider. When I play with my wife or other friends we play the easier green. We stopped for lunch after playing and the food is as good as the best local restaurant if not better. When I play Eagle Marsh Im treated like a valued member and my guests are treated like guests of a valued Member. This Club is unique with each hole easy to remember after the round because they are all different with character. Cant say enough good about the Club as a whole. great course great staff great Restaurant facilities. Try the Christina for lunch. I found out all the specialty menu items are named after staff members that have been there for at least 6 years. I dont know if its offered all year but we made a reservation to play golf this Sunday morning for $29 including brunch. Almost forgot, you have to play one of the days Miss July does the booze cruiser1 (bev cart)

Reviewed June 18, 2010

I usually travel with a bunch of guys playing golf and had visited the PGA Village which is just 20 minutes from Eagle Marsh. The last time I was at the PGA I wasn't impressed with the course or the service so with the family I decided to give Eagle Marsh a shot. I was blown away, the course is in almost tour quality condition (I play Oakmont all the time). The staff were the best I have experienced. My son was starving of course only an hour after breakfast, the pretty girl at the counter explained that the Restaurant opened at 11am for lunch but if the chef was there early, what would I like to order. My son wanted a grilled ham and cheese sandwich. When I was on the 3rd hole a golf cart came pulling up of course im thinking"what now" a heavy set Irish guy showed up with the sandwich for my son, ice water for my wife and I. We chatted with him a little, the accent was a dead give away. My wife loved the whole experience. We have already booked our Christmas vacation at Eagle Marsh and already cant wait to go back.

Reviewed June 15, 2010

I really wanted to love this course. But it is expensive for what it offers and maintenance can use some help. It is frustrating. What I found most annoying are the member/residents. Clearly they had to open what was envisioned as a private course to the public to make ends meet. They are not at all friendly to "outsiders". One foursome ahead of ours played several balls over the course of 18 holes and seemed to do it just to slow us up and discourage us from returning.

Reviewed May 26, 2009

I played the course for the 1st time on 3.18.2009. The course was empty the greens were air-raided and as mentioned there were a lot of browning areas. There was no drink lady on a sweltering hot day. As for the course it was somewhat challenging more annoying really. I played it from the tips and found the course very short. Numerous holes I couldn't even tee off with a 3 wood due to marshes cutting through the fairways. On one of the par 5s a driver directly down the middle is too much because of the marshes. The layout of the course feels awkward. There's too much distant in-between holes. It's almost a challenge trying to find the next hole sometimes. I found next to most annoying is that u can't view 85% of the fairways from the tee box. This again is due to the marshes. Marshes rise on all sides of u high enough to block your aiming view (fairway/*@&$ anything viewable really). The most annoying attribute of the course is the 18th hole two greens. Are u kidding me? Are we playing golf or what? If u teed off from the tips or one of the other tees u aim at one green and if u teed off from some of the others u go for a different green. HOW STUPID. I put my ball right down the middle and didn't even see the green I was SUPPOSE to hit to until after I played my ball onto the wrong green (not that it mattered our green had the sprinklers running). I was not a fan of the course and less so of the layout. A few positives were two nice long challenging par 3s 227 yards and 236 yards respectfully. I'm racking my brain for things I enjoyed out there and all I can come up with is some cotton tail rabbits and a few alligators. Will play again but only for tournaments.

Reviewed May 03, 2009

Reviewed February 03, 2009

Very disappointed with this course. Played 1/25/09 - why is the entire course BROWN? Is there no watering system? Looks like a cow pasture. The course might be nice to play but I cannot get past the poor conditions both from a visual standpoint and a golf standpoint. I will continue to play the PGA Village courses from now on. I tried this once and that was enough

Reviewed July 01, 2008

- never crowded
- well-manicured from teebox to green
- nice clubhouse
- very challenging
- convenient location
- nice driving range

- expensive
- holes don't necessarily fit together
- rangers are annoying
- not junior-friendly
- distances between holes are long
- weird layout on multiple holes

Bottom Line:
I gave it 4/5 because of how the positives outweigh the negatives. Yes it's expensive and yes your round of golf won't flow like it naturally would on, say, any of PGA's three courses. However, this is the best combination of challenges, course maintenance, and scenery you will find from holes 1-18 in Jensen Beach. This course is one of my 7 favorite in the tri-county area.

Reviewed January 24, 2008

I have been on the search for quality public courses in this area for the past year. I was extremely excited to find Eagle Marsh, the website has some incredible pictures.
Unfortunately I did not have a good experience there today. It cost me $96 to play, which is pricey for that area. The following are a list of negative aspects that I found;
#1 No GPS on the carts.
#2 The guy in the check in never mentioned that the greens were overlayed with sand nor the fact that he was putting us out behind a senior citizen's women's league. I asked him if he had a tournament or something going on and he said no and that it was pretty much wide open. Mind you my partner and I are in our early 30's. We waited a minimum of 15 minutes on each shot. Thank God they only played 9 holes.

#3 There are a lot of beautiful holes and yes this course is tough but unfortunately the greens were being damaged by one of the women's groups a head of us. Someone was dragging their spikes and doing major damage all within 5 feet of the cup.

#4 The finishing hole is interesting because it has two greens to play depending on which tips you're playing. All the yardage markers are for the forward tees and none for the back tees. So to end the day we hit into a green where we didn't know the distance because we were hitting over a huge marsh.

#5 Usually you can stop in the club house on the turn, but not here. We attemped to go from the 9th green to the club house but we had to navigate through the parking lot before being chased down by a ranger who told us that if we wanted to eat we'd need to stop by after the 10th hole. He said it as if we should've already known it.

In closing, this course is not worth the money and the scenery while at times is beautiful there were a few times when you see a few eye sores.
For anyone looking for a great value on an excellent course, it's a must that you play the "Florida Club."
It's by far the best maintained and most natural setting in the area.

Reviewed January 22, 2008

Reviewed September 29, 2007

Reviewed March 24, 2007

andrew 2 ?`

Course is too difficult for average player.swallow your ego and play from shorter tees and you'll enjoy it more. Very windy-stay home when north or northwest wind blows-place can become unplayable

Reviewed November 29, 2006

CJ reviews

Fairway was drying up in winter but green is fine. A lot of hidden shots.

Reviewed September 21, 2006

Eagle Marsh

Difficult, tight and spectacular. Need to play this one. A little pricey but quality of course is justifiable.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Bradford C. 14 82 68 05/15/10
2 francis D. 27 96 69 06/08/11
3 Chad G. 17 87 70 09/17/10
4 Dorrie S. 27 97 70 04/25/12
5 Peter P. 23 94 71 12/11/13
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
15 WILLIAM B. 15 93 78 10/06/17
28 frank I. N/A 114 114 07/22/14
2 francis D. 28 109 81 05/10/14
5 Peter P. 23 94 71 12/11/13
11 Patrick A. 15 89 74 03/18/13

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About Eagle Marsh

Eagle Marsh Golf Club

Golf Only facility

40 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Alan Block, General Manager
Frank Dobbs, PGA, Golf Professional
Stephen Swahart, Superintendent
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