The Nicklaus Golf Course at the Country Club of Landfall consists of 27 holes, 18 from the original design opened in 1990 and a third nine which was completed in 2001. The legendary Jack Nicklaus, perhaps the greatest golfer of all time, played the opening round on September 6, 1990.
The three nines are aptly named Marsh, Ocean, and Pines. Designed to preserve and enhance the natural character of the land, the course takes advantage of Landfall’s abundant saltwater and freshwater marshes as well as panoramic views of Howe’s Creek and the Intracoastal Waterway. This challenging course features rolling fairways, strategic sand and grass bunkers, smooth Bentgrass greens and water on 12 holes.
Play is rotated among the three nines, which have five sets of tees to fit all skill levels.