Bobby Jones Golf Club
1000 Circus Blvd
Sarasota, FL 34232-1228, United States

Owned and operated by the City of Sarasota, this is a 45-hole complex named for the legendary Robert Tyre Jones, Jr., who dedicated the facility in-person on Sunday, February 13, 1927. The original 18 holes (the "British Course") were designed in 1926 by Donald Ross. The "American Course" opened with nine holes in 1952, followed by the second nine in 1967. The John H. Gillespie Executive Course was completed in 1977.
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$30 - $39
   Weekend:$30 - $39
   9-hole fees available anytime.
General Manager:Sue Martin
Superintendent:Jerry Bache
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:No Tanktops or Cuttoffs
Season Start:Year-round
Reserved Tee Times:
Pro Shop :yes
Pro Shop Hours:0600-1800 ET
Driving Range:yes
Short Game Practice:yes
Water Hazards:Moderate
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
3/29/20 badge317 36*
3/17/20 Mark Andrews 93
3/15/20 Louis Vraniak 94
3/5/20 Rick Fuller 85
2/9/20 Louis Vraniak 103
2/2/20 Louis Vraniak 102
1/18/20 Louis Vraniak 91
1/11/20 Louis Vraniak 98
12/19/19 Michael Decker 83
12/8/19 Louis Vraniak 101
11/18/19 John Paine 100
3/31/19 Joe Laskowski 98
3/20/19 Thomas Dukes 88
2/9/19 95
12/1/18 badge317 72
8/22/18 Scott Hoffmann 49*
7/14/18 Scott Hoffmann 79
6/18/18 Justin Cox 79
5/13/18 david ward 91

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Recent Reviews

  skipyo - 12/29/13
Very slow play. Foursomes with empty fairway in front of them would not let a twosome play through.
  mmontisano - 12/28/13
Everything in the last 2 comments still ring true for now. it's a good deal and every bit of $37 I was expecting to get.
  bkuehn1952 - 4/20/11
@bthoss's comments are still reasonably accurate for March, 2011. The "American" is shorter and a bit tighter - lots of little areas to the side that will grab an errant shot. The "British" is just a longer version of the "American". The ambience is truly "American Muni". Lots of regulars, lots of 70+ year olds, tiny practice green and truly awful driving range. Still, I liked it. At $31.50 to walk 18 holes in March it is a bargain. The fact that they allow walking it a real plus in my book (except when you are trailing a 4-some of octogenarians). The greens rolled reasonably well and were quick. There was sand in the bunkers and grass on the fairways. It is certainly not the most picturesque layout but it works for this golf-starved northerner.
  Paul.Rapnicki - 3/1/14
  MikeSnareSr - 6/18/13
  blowhard1 - 8/18/11
  medboy - 5/16/11
  plumber 69 - 10/9/10
  bframbes - 7/11/10
  one legged golfer - 5/28/10
  mattmarocco - 3/30/10
  JKiehne33983 - 2/4/10
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