Designed by Dom Fazio, Heritage Ridge has long been one of the most popular golf destinations on the Treasure Coast, offering 6 sets of tees to accommodate all levels of play. The greens are “Champion Ultra Dwarf” putting surfaces. Champion is considered to be the best putting surface available and is used at some of the country’s most prestigious Private Clubs. Heritage Ridge is open to the public and we offer reasonably priced Annual, 6 month, and 3 month memberships. HRGC also offers a Driving Range and a Restaurant & Bar that overlooks the finishing holes. Whether its a friendly round of golf or a drink after your round at the Bar, Heritage Ridge Golf Club offers you a great time. Our Driving Range is located just off US1 and it is recommended that you stop there as you enter the Golf Course to warm up. Range balls are $5.00 a bucket for approximately 50 balls. The Range is open daily.
Par 4 – 385 Yards
Straight away par 4 playing uphill with a sloping fairway from right to left. Keep your ball away from the Natural areas on the right and the large Oleander. Remember the second shot plays uphill to a 3 tiered green.
Par 3 – 180 Yards
This pretty Par 3 has water left and Out of bounds right. The hole does play slightly down hill making club selection very important. The green has a good amount of slope from back to front.
Par 5 – 525 Yards
A good opportunity for a birdie, a well placed drive that avoids the trouble on the left and right enables you to go for it in two or layup to have an easy wedge shot to this large 2 tiered green.
Par 3 – 218 Yards
Ask anyone and they will tell you 3’s a good score on this long Par 3 with a narrow green protected with bunkers left and right. Green slopes from back to front and right to left.
Par 5 – 515 Yards
This Par 5 requires 3 good shots. Drive your ball away from the bunkers and out of bounds on the right and then lay up left of the water to give yourself a chance to put your ball close. Green slopes severely from Left to right.
Par 3 – 212 Yards
Another good Par 3 with the green sloping away from you and from the right. Mounds protect the green left and Bunkers to the right. Again make your 3 and head to the next.
Par 4 – 306 Yards
After the tough Par 3’s this short Par 4 gives you an opportunity for another birdie. Be careful with your tee shot to avoid the fairway bunker and the Large Australian Pine which guard this smallish green with water on the left and long.
Par 5 – 535 Yards
This tremendous Par 5 rivals any golf hole in Florida with water coming in to play on every shot. A good tee shot is a must. Place your ball short of the water and then you need to hit another well placed shot short of the water protecting the green and away from the fairway bunker. “Good Hole”
Par 4 – 376 Yards
This Par 4 requires an accurate tee shot to place your ball short of the canal that runs across the fairway. The second shot plays longer as you are going slightly uphill and normally into a stiff prevailing breeze coming of the ocean. This green has a large slope from back to front. Keep your ball below the hole.
Par 4 – 365 Yards
This good looking Par 4 requires a sensible tee shot. Hugging the mounds on the left will leave a reasonable short shot to the green that runs away from you. Plays longer than it looks as its slightly uphill.
Par 3 – 132 Yards
The shortest hole on the course, but don’t let that fool you. Due to the ocean breezes this short Par 3 can play almost 2 clubs longer depending on the wind.
Par 3 – 201 Yards
This tricky Par 3 requires a high shot that lands softly as the green slopes away from the tee. Like most of our Par 3’s Par is a good score.
Par 5 – 510 Yards
This short but tough Par 5 requires accuracy the whole way. Out of bounds Left and water the entire length on the right. A good tee shot might enable you to go for it, but be warned the water comes in more than you think in front of the green. This green slopes severally from left to right.
Par 4 – 353 Yards
Another nice Par 4 which requires a smart tee shot. Play short of the bunker in front of you or risk it all and challenge the fairway between the waters. This small green requires an accurate shot to get it close.
Par 4 – 334 Yards
The smart shot is to place your ball toward the right fairway bunker enabling you to have a clear shot to this raised green. Another good risk reward hole.
Par 3 – 213 Yards
A great Par 3 with water left, right and long. The waste area from the tee to the green makes this hole look challenging . From the back tees it plays over 200 Yards and demands all you have to hit the green.
Par 4 – 322 Yards
This risk reward Par 4 has trouble everywhere. Water and Bunkers Right and Water and Out of Bounds Left. The right shot is to lay up to about 100 Yards and rely on your short game to get it close.
Par 4 – 332 Yards
This is the best driving hole on the course. Hit your ball towards the fairway bunkers straight away and you will have a short approach shot to this well protected green. Your friends will be watching closely with a cold drink from the clubhouse deck. No pressure.