Eagles Golf Club
16101 Nine Eagles Dr
Odessa, FL 33556-2812, United States

Two 18-hole courses are at this facility, which is located northwest of Tampa.

The Forest course opened in two segments; the first nine was designed by architect Rick Robbins with current NBC golf commentator Gary Koch consulting, while architect Ron Garl designed the second nine. As the name suggests, the Lakes course features water in play on almost every hole. The greens were recently converted to Champion Bermuda, a dwarf strain.

Rates vary by season; the Forest course fees are slightly higher than on the Lake course. Memberships are also offered.
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$30 - $39
   Weekend:$40 - $49
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year-round
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Fairways Grass:Bermuda
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Water Hazards:Moderate
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

Nearby Courses

Public CourseSilver Dollar Trap & Golf Club
Odessa, FL (1 miles)
Private CourseOld Memorial Golf Club
Tampa, FL (3 miles)
Semi-Private CourseTarpon Woods Golf Club
Palm Harbor, FL (3 miles)
Semi-Private CourseWestchase Golf Club
Tampa, FL (4 miles)
Semi-Private CourseLansbrook Golf Club
Palm Harbor, FL (4 miles)
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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
10/7/20 David Xanten 88
9/28/20 bpholein1 89
9/23/20 Robert Shaw 82
9/3/20 Robert Shaw 87
9/2/20 Robert Shaw 86
8/27/20 Robert Slepka 104
8/24/20 Robert Shaw 79
8/11/20 Robert Slepka 102
8/6/20 Robert Shaw 83
8/1/20 Robert Shaw 88
7/22/20 Robert Shaw 78
7/20/20 bpholein1 86
7/13/20 Robert Shaw 84
7/13/20 David Xanten 84
7/8/20 Robert Shaw 88
7/8/20 mcarchie 99

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Recent Reviews

  InkdGolfer - 9/2/19
A must play in Tampa
  Kehlw00 - 4/29/15
Played the lakes. Lots of water, but didn't come into play too much. Fairways in great shape. Greens in pretty good shape.
  dave71 - 10/6/14
Forest course is one of my favorites, especially the island green number 6. Greens are terrific on both courses.
  rshaw008422 - 5/23/14
Forrest course is a great layout and vastly improved over the prior maintenance level. Only real problem is course drainage after rainfall is poor. Can become a muddy swamp in some areas. Overall a very enjoyable course when the weather holds up the rains.
  Greg T. - 3/22/14
Not that impressed.
  Scottdawg33 - 8/2/13
Played the Forest Couse and it was great.
  michael027 - 3/2/13
greens are scaby and patched badly
  agphillips - 4/13/12
You get what you pay for.
  BirdieWon - 2/8/12
I mostly play practice rounds on the lakes because of the fairly resonable price with the paradise card. New ownership has invested heaviliy in new carts and the greens and fairways are in pretty good shape. Greens ran about a 9 or 10. The forest coarse is much more challenging if you have a single digit handicap.
  mansfield68 - 9/25/11
According to the starter, the courses are under new ownership which has plans to upgrade the clubhouse and cartpaths. I hope so. The Lakes course fairways were in bad shape, and the greens were only slightly better. No wonder no one else was playing on the day I played!
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