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Eagle Landing Golf Club
3989 Eagle Landing Pkwy
Orange Park, Florida 32065
Clay County

Phone(s): (904) 291-5600
Fax: (904) 637-0665
Website: eaglelandinggolf.com

Eagle Landing Golf Club features an open, links-style layout that meanders through tall groves of Southern pine and palmetto. Situated in the center of the beautiful Oakleaf Plantation bordering the Johnson State Forest, the scenic landscape offers views of native wetlands and conservation areas. The golf course is wide open to coastal breezes, adding a challenging element to every hole. Although the golf course has the potential to be a formidable test for even skilled players, six sets of tees allow golfers to adjust the round to their abilities. In addition to the course, Eagle Landing Golf Club also offers extensive practice facilities including an 8,000-square-foot driving range with target bunkers facing both directions.

Eagle Landing Golf Club
4 stars out of 5 (based on 1 reviews)
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View of the bridge from the entrance to Eagle Landing and the 10th holeA view of a green with water and bunkers coming into play at Eagle Landing Golf Club.A view of a green at Eagle Landing Golf Club.A sunny day view from Eagle Landing Golf Club.Aerial view of the 17th tees and bunkers at Eagle Landing Golf ClubAerial view of swim park, pool & lakeside cabana bar and residents club at Eagle Landing

Golf course details

  • Holes: 18
  • Designed by: Clyde Johnston, MacCurrach Golf
  • Public/Private: Semi-Private
  • Year opened: 2006
  • Golf Season:
  • Guest Policy: Open
  • Tee times welcomed: Yes
  • Fairways: Bermuda 419 Grass
  • Greens: Bermuda 419 Grass


  • Pro in house: Yes
  • Driving range: Yes
  • Rental clubs:
  • Rental carts: Yes - included in green fees

Green fees price ranges

Course policies

  • Metal spikes allowed: No
  • Dress code: Proper golf attire required.
  • Credit cards accepted:

Length, slope and rating for each tee

Tee Par Yardage Slope Rating
Tour 72 7037 137 74
Champ 72 6764 129 72.8
Regular 72 6359 126 71.2
Intermediate 72 5894 122 68.7
Forward (W) 72 5142 123 70.3
Youth (W) 72 2789 0 0

Reader Ratings / Reviews

  • Eagle Landing Golf Club
    4 stars out of 5
    by David Theoret
    on January 04th, 2021 11:19
    The Eagle Landing Golf Club is located in the heart of Oakleaf Plantation - a master-planned community in Orange Park, Florida, near Jacksonville. This par-72 championship layout was designed by renowned golf course architect Clyde Johnson and plays 7,037 yards from the back tees. The course winds its way through southern pines, palmetto bushes on a tract of land surrounded by the Jennings National Forest. As you make your way around you’ll be playing replicas of several iconic golf holes from around the world which adds to the nostalgia of the course.

    Johnson’s goal in recreating several classic holes such as the Redan (Number 15 on North Berwick’s West Links), the Eden (Number 11 on the Old Course at St. Andrews), and the Cardinal (Number 3 at Prestwick Country Club) into the layout was to add a sense of purity to the golf experience. Johnson’s recreation of these famous holes is as technically and aesthetically complete; if you’ve ever played the originals, you’ll be hard-pressed to tell the difference (except for the Florida weather)!

    With six sets of tees and yardages ranging from 2,729 for youths, 5,142 for ladies, and 7,037 for more accomplished players, the course can play as easy or as difficult as you like. With Eagle Landing, Johnston employs his philosophy of “make the course tougher is you go.” Each nine starts out relatively easy and gets a little more challenging with each hole. That being said, if you get off to a rough start on the first couple of holes on each nine, you could be in for a long day!

    Trees and scrub come into play on a few holes including the first. Push your tee shot right and you’ll know what I mean. But for the most part, it’s not the trees that will get you, it’s the bunkers and the mounding which can create the dreaded uneven lie. As you make your way around the course, you’ll find a number of elevated greens and huge bunkers in the fairways and around the greens.

    Holes 15 – 17 will provide lasting memories, some good, some not so much! Number 15 is a long par 4 (405 yards from the White tees) with fairway bunkers in play off the tee, first on the left side and then a little further down on both sides. Two more large bunkers guard the front sides of the green and nothing good comes from going long.

    Number 16 is a long par 3 that plays 180 yards from the White tees; you’ll need either an accurate tee shot or a good sand game! There’s a long, odd-shaped bunker that stretches from the red tees almost up to the green as well as a devilish looking bunker short left. The green is set at an angle and a back left pin placement can be particularly challenging.

    Number 17 is a dogleg right par 4 with a set of Oakmont’s famed church pew bunkers in the large bunker on the right at the dogleg. For most players, this is a 3-shot hole, so playing your tee shot short of the bunkers isn’t a bad idea. That will leave an approach shot of about 250 yards up a narrow fairway guarded by trees on either side into a long narrow green, protected on the left side by a deep bunker with a grass mound in the middle. A par on any of these holes is a win.

    Even if you’re not a golfer, The Landing Bar & Grill is a great place for lunch and dinner. The Landing is open to the public and has something for every palette. You can dine al fresco on the scenic veranda or inside in the newly renovated bar and dining area. In addition to a delicious meal, you'll enjoy top-notch service in a casual and friendly atmosphere. Lunch is served daily and a dinner menu is offered Wednesday through Saturday after 5 pm and features steaks, chicken, fish, and seafood.

    The clubhouse at Eagle Landing Golf Club has become one of the area's preferred locations for hosting tournaments and big events, from fairy tale weddings to important corporate banquets and business luncheons. The clubhouse offers exceptional golf and water views, towering pine trees, and a colorful floral landscape. The talented culinary team offers creative selections and the ability to customize your menu Their professional staff is ready, willing, and able to help and see to it that you'll get an elegant venue and top-notch service.

    The club offers two affordable membership plans, The Private Experience, and the Players Club. The Private Experience is a full golf membership, with unlimited access to the course; all you pay is a nominal cart fee each time you play. Annual trail fee programs are also available. Or, you can walk the course at any time after 2 PM. You’ll be able to book tee times two weeks in advance, have access to a private member's only practice facility and receive discounts on pro shop merchandise. You’ll also receive several guest passes and a few other perks.

    Eagle Landing is managed by Troon Golf so becoming a member also gives you a cache of extras including access to any Troon-managed property around the world. These memberships are available for both families and individuals. The monthly rates for both Eagle Landing residents and non-residents are very reasonable.

    Players Club Members receive access to the Golf Course as well as unlimited use of the driving range and practice facilities and a discount on pro shop merchandise. Both resident and non-resident memberships are available.

    Unlike many courses that promote brains over brawn, Eagle Landing tends to be just the opposite. Most holes have plenty of room off the tee if even if you spray it, so bomb away! Eagle Landing rewards good shots but doesn’t over penalize you when you hit bad ones. After all, amateur golfers are going to miss their fair share of shots. Eagle Landing plays like a links course and gives you enough room for second and third chances. The course provides enough challenge to make it interesting, while at the same time staying fair. It’s a course that can be enjoyed by every caliber of golfer.
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