Sanibel Island Golf Club – More Than Just Great Golf!

Gorgeous Gulf views and the unspoiled coastal greenery that Sanibel is famous for surround Sanibel Island Golf Club. The 18-hole semi-private golf course plays like a championship course. Located on Par View Drive, the course has separately allocated tee times for members and the public with a choice of 9 or 18 holes.

The 6,000 yard par-70 course is well maintained and is a golfer’s delight with plenty of challenges and bunkers. Located beside the Sanibel River the course has plenty of stunning scenery and abundant wildlife. The course is sanctioned by the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses, ensuring that the environment is protected while preserving the natural heritage of golf. You may have to share this beautiful course with occasional egrets, herons, ibis or even roseate spoonbills as well as overhead sightings of ospreys and bald eagles.

Golfers will find every hole on the Sanibel course is interesting and challenging. Newly updated greens, wildflower plantings and well-conditioned fairways ensure that every round of golf is truly memorable.

MustDo.com | Hole No. 9 fairway and green Sanibel Island Golf Club on Sanibel Island, Florida.

Photo courtesy Sanibel Island Golf Club

Tennis on Sanibel Island

In addition to being a top golf course, Sanibel Island Golf Club is home to the premiere Tennis Club on the island. The five clay courts are open to the public and there’s a shady elevated viewing deck for family and friends.

Upgrade your equipment and clothing at the Pro Shop and book a few private or group lessons from the tennis pro. Alternatively, book a court and enjoy an energetic workout in this sunny corner of Southwest Florida.

Whether you win or lose on the fairways, your overall experience at Sanibel Island Golf Club is sure to be a winner!

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Nita Ettinger is the co-publisher for Siesta Publications and the Editor in Chief for Must Do Visitor Guides. Must Do Visitor Guides provides Southwest Florida visitor information through printed publications and the website MustDo.com. Must Do Visitor Guides are published bi-annually and are available at no cost in Sarasota, Lee, and Collier County chambers of commerce, visitor information centers, select Southwest Florida hotels, and wherever free publications are found.

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