The Conservatory Course, a Tom Watson Signature Design is highlighted by waterfalls, babbling brooks and veneered stone work. This breathtaking course offers dramatic undulating greens not commonly found on Florida courses.
The Conservatory Course at Hammock Beach is a Tom Watson Signature design. The course offers dramatic elevations and undulating greens not commonly found in Florida. Highlighted by man-made waterfalls, babbling brooks and veneered field stone work, Watson anticipates that this will be one of the top l8-hole golf courses in the state of Florida.
The Conservatory Course at Hammock Beach has nearly 76 acres of man-made lakes and three water features. Two Carolina-style creeks wind next to the greens and a large stunning waterfall serves as a natural water treatment system. With six tee boxes at each hole, the furthest playing at 7,746 yards, the course will accommodate all skill levels. 140 bunkers of coquina shell & white bunker sand dot the course. Watson also added three sod-faced bunkers, a nod to his affinity for British links-style golf.
The namesake of the Conservatory will be a one-of-a-kind, glass-domed clubhouse. Resembling a turn-of-the-century palace, it will have an interior featuring a British West Indies flair. The clubhouse will have a fine dining restaurant, men's & ladies locker rooms, a swimming pool, fitness room as well as a full service pro shop.