Playability rules at Eagle Landing golf course just south of Jacksonville
ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- The first impression of Eagle Landing at Oakleaf Plantation is a doozy. Players driving into the 7,037-yard course are greeted by a waterfall flowing behind the 10th green.
This spot is Director of Golf Tim Spangler's favorite. "Every hole should have a waterfall," he said. "It's just so soothing."
The same could be said of playing Eagle Landing. Designed by Clyde Johnston in 2006, Eagle Landing has earned a reputation among its customers as a playable layout that's always in good condition. It's got enough surprises -- like its own version of the church-pew bunker at Oakmont -- to keep golfers coming back.
The ninth and 18th are bookend tough par 4s divided by a pond.
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