Designed by architect Donald Ross in 1924 and renovated by Ron Garl in 1999, the Bradenton Country Club’s 18-hole course presents a challenge for golfers of all ages and abilities. Each hole is unique with bunkers, natural water features, and design that follow the natural contours of the land. There are no interior roads or homes within the course to blight the golfer’s view or concentration.
Our golf course is the most beautiful and challenging in the area. It features beautifully manicured fairways with undulating greens of tift eagle. The greens are a mixture of tift eagle Bermuda which provides smooth and firm putting surfaces that roll to an average stimp meter speed of 10 to 10.5.