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Colony West Golf Club - Championship Course in Tamarac, Florida, first opened in 1971 as the host venue for the Jackie Gleason Classic (now the Honda Classic). This 7,258-yard, 18-hole course is widely regarded as one of the most challenging courses in South Florida. To put the difficulty into perspective, Jack Nicklaus once shot a seven on the par 4 3rd hole (now the 12th). Colony West - Championship Course features strategic bunkering protecting small, well-manicured greens, encouraging players to think their way around the course. Whether looking to challenge their game or simply play where the legends play, golfers will enjoy their round at Colony West - Championship Course.

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Course Details: Colony West Country Club - Championship

Course Architect: Bruce Devlin & Robert von Hagge

Year Opened: 1970
Number of Holes: 18 Holes

Par: 71

Yardage: 7271

Slope: 146

Rating: 75.5

Colony West Country Club - Championship Scorecard

Tees Par Yardage Slope Rating
Gold 71 7271 146 75.5
Blue 71 6864 142 73.7
White 71 6461 135 71.7
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Course Amenities: Colony West Country Club - Championship

  • Pro Shop

  • Chipping Area

  • Club Rental

  • Cart Available

  • Putting Green

  • Lessons

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Course Details: Colony West Country Club - Championship

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Course Architect: Bruce Devlin & Robert von Hagge
Year Opened: 1970
Number of Holes: 18 Holes
Par: 71
Yardage: 7271
Slope: 146
Rating: 75.5

Course Amenities: Colony West Country Club - Championship

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  • Pro Shop
  • Chipping Area
  • Club Rental
  • Cart Available
  • Putting Green
  • Lessons