Scenic Hills Country Club
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Scenic Hills Country Club

8891 Burning Tree Rd, Pensacola,Florida,32514
Type: Semi-Private, open to the public
No. Holes: 18
Detailed description

Scenic Hills Country Club, is a Semi-Private, 18 hole golf course located in Pensacola, Florida.

Scenic Hills Country Club opened in 1958. The course was designed by Chic Adams. The course was redesigned in 1992 by Jerry Pate.

Scenic Hills Golf Club is the only Florida Golf Course to host a USGA US Open. Scenic Hills hosted the 1969 US Women's Open, won by World Golf Hall of Fame member Donna Caponi after a dramatic comeback and a final clutch putt. Her 5 stroke comeback remains the best final day charge in US Open History.

Scenic Hills is in sharp contrast to other golf courses in Florida. Dramatic elevation changes are prevalent as well as mature tree lined fairways. While water plays a factor on six holes the forced carry over these hazards is minimal insuring a fun and enjoyable round of golf. The 18-hole championship course mixes natural beauty with a layout certain to offer golfers of all skill levels a challenge and a good time.

There are four sets of tee boxes on every hole. The course also has a comprehensive practice facility featuring a driving range and putting green.

Scenic Hills Country Club is a par 71 layout that measures 6,730 yards from the Gold Tees; 6,317 yards from the Blues; 6,021 from the White markers and 5,150 from the forward Red tees.