Jacaranda Golf Club

The West Golf Course Jacaranda Golf Club is the shorter of the two courses, yet it too features generous and undulating fairways and smaller green complexes than its championship counterpart.

Paspalum tee boxes and fairways provide the most playable surfaces for full swings and the latest in Tif-Dwarf greens afford players the best-putting surfaces available. Architect Bobby Weed has created a course unique in its bunkering, collection areas surrounding the greens, and a multitude of shot options for your short game. Five sets of evenly scattered tee boxes afford golfers of all skill levels the opportunity to choose a distance that matches their game.

Host site to many PGA and USGA tournaments and qualifying events including PGA TOUR Q-School; U.S. Open Qualifying; Florida Open Qualifying; 2000 U.S. Amateur Qualifying, Nationwide Tour Qualifying and home to the ’04, ’05, and ‘06 Women’s Broward Amateur Tournaments as well as the permanent home for the Broward County Amateur Golf Tournament since 1995 through the present!

Jacaranda Golf Club – West Course

Jacaranda Golf Club – East Course
9200 W Broward Blvd
Plantation, Florida 33324
United States
P: 954-472-5836

Course Details:

  • Year Built: 1970
  • Architect(s): Mark Mahannah (1970), Bobby Weed (2006)
  • Type: Semi-Private
  • Greens: Bermuda Grass
  • Fairways: Bermuda Grass
  • Golf Season: Year-round

  • Par 71
  • Length Back Tees: 6778
  • Slope: 72.8
  • Rating: 130
  • Length Forward Tees: 5036
  • Slope: 69.5
  • Rating: 117

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