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The Emerald Golf Club

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    The Emerald Golf Club has scored enviable achievements in its history.

    * Named one of the top 50 courses in the Southeast by Golf Weekly.
    * Host to the 1992 and 1993 PGA Tour Qualifying School.
    * Designed by Rees Jones, 1995 Golf World Architect of the Year.
    * Host of the Curtis Strange Shrine Classic 1990-2000.

    Yet for all The Emerald’s distinguished honors, the course was not created to be intimidating. Its 6,924 yards has a 73.8 rating from the back tees and a 71.8 rating from the blue. As Rees Jones said, “Too many courses today are being built for the one-week PGA Tournament. I like to design courses that are challenging to the typical golfers. This course is also home to the Curtis Strange Shrine Classic and site of the 1992 and 1993 PGA Tour Qualifying School.

  • Par: 72
  • Holes: 18
  • Region: Coast
  • Type: Semi Private
  • Year Opened: 1988
  • Architect: Reese Jones
  • PGA Pro: Jerry Briele
  • Open: Open year 'round
  • Green Fees: $35/$55
  • Length:
  • Championship: 151
  • Back: NULL
  • Middle: 6924
  • Forward: 6483
  • Rating:
  • Championship: 6123
  • Back: 5441
  • Middle: 73
  • Forward: 71
  • Slope:
  • Championship: 69
  • Back: 67
  • Middle: 134
  • Forward: 128
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    The Emerald Golf Club

      Description

      Description

      The Emerald Golf Club has scored enviable achievements in its history.

      * Named one of the top 50 courses in the Southeast by Golf Weekly.
      * Host to the 1992 and 1993 PGA Tour Qualifying School.
      * Designed by Rees Jones, 1995 Golf World Architect of the Year.
      * Host of the Curtis Strange Shrine Classic 1990-2000.

      Yet for all The Emerald’s distinguished honors, the course was not created to be intimidating. Its 6,924 yards has a 73.8 rating from the back tees and a 71.8 rating from the blue. As Rees Jones said, “Too many courses today are being built for the one-week PGA Tournament. I like to design courses that are challenging to the typical golfers. This course is also home to the Curtis Strange Shrine Classic and site of the 1992 and 1993 PGA Tour Qualifying School.

    • Par: 72
    • Holes: 18
    • Region: Coast
    • Type: Semi Private
    • Year Opened: 1988
    • Architect: Reese Jones
    • PGA Pro: Jerry Briele
    • Open: Open year 'round
    • Green Fees: $35/$55
    • Length:
    • Championship: 151
    • Back: NULL
    • Middle: 6924
    • Forward: 6483
    • Rating:
    • Championship: 6123
    • Back: 5441
    • Middle: 73
    • Forward: 71
    • Slope:
    • Championship: 69
    • Back: 67
    • Middle: 134
    • Forward: 128