The Club at Ibis Heritage Course by Jack Nicklaus II
When Jack Nicklaus II designed the Heritage Course at The Club at Ibis, he must have had the word “fun” in mind.
That’s not to say it doesn’t challenge you the way a Nicklaus course should. The difference is that the Heritage Course was named the “Most Women-Friendly in America” by Golf for Women magazine. Built to give you a fair test of your golf skills, no matter what level your game has reached.
While it’s a friendly course, The Club at Ibis Heritage course is no pushover. This course is where members play a fair share of club tournaments, weekly events, member guests, or just their regular foursome.
When it opened in the fall of 1991, Golf Digest named the Heritage one of the “Top 20 New Private Courses in America.
If you are looking for a truly exceptional golf experience, you will find it at The Club at Ibis. With three uniquely beautiful and impeccably maintained 18-hole championship courses and a 20-acre practice facility, there is no better place for golfers.
The Legend is Jack Nicklaus’ signature course and has been described as his “masterpiece.” Golfweek magazine hails it as one of the “Nation’s Most Distinctive Courses.”
The Tradition, designed by Steve Nicklaus, offers a charm and feel that is reminiscent of traditional Scottish links. This layout features smaller greens, undulating landing areas, and contoured fairways.
Jack Nicklaus II
The enthusiastic staff of professional golf instructors at the Ibis Golf Academy is led by a rare talent, Director of Instruction Martin Hall. Martin has the distinction of being named one of only four of America’s “Master Instructors” by Golf Magazine. Martin is also the host of his very own, weekly show on the Golf Channel, aptly named “School of Golf.”