Course Tour

Yardage 400-315

Slight dogleg left. Must avoid fairway and pot bunkers on left side of fairway. Medium to short iron to an elevated green with a strong slope on the green running from back to front.

Yardage 385-300

Slight dogleg left with a fairly large fairway to hit to. Medium to short iron to a well bunkered green. The putting surface slopes right to left and is one of the biggest greens at Winston Trails.

Yardage 189-137

Straightaway Par 3 partially over water to a large predominantly flat putting green. The wind always seems to be blowing towards the water.

Yardage 520-415

Favor the left side of the fairway so your ball gets the most run. Going for it in two requires a precise shot to a heavily bunkered putting surface that slopes left to right.

Yardage 405-335

Slight dogleg left that requires the player to hug the right side of the fairway. Middle iron second shot to an elevated green. You must stay below the hole on your second shot.

Yardage 375-285

Straightaway Par 4 with big fairway bunkers. Must stay in the fairway to have a birdie opportunity. Short iron approach shot to a green that slopes back to front that is very slick.

Yardage 195-129

Intimidating tee shot to a slightly elevated green – well bunkered with water running the entire length of the left side of the hole. Slick putting surface that slopes right to left.

Yardage 415-340

Tough driving hole with trees on the left and fairway bunkers to the right. This is a must hit fairway. Medium to long iron second shot to a well bunkered green. Favoring the right side on your second shot is a must.

Yardage 569-524

The tee shot sets everything up on this demanding dogleg right Par 5 with water running the entire right side of the hole. A well-placed tee shot can give the player a chance to cut the corner and go for the elevated green in two.

Yardage 405-330

This sharp dogleg right is one of the toughest driving holes at Winston Trails. You must fade the ball around the large fairway bunkers on the right. Medium iron approach to an extremely elevated green that slopes sharply from back to front.

Yardage 469-230

This sharp dogleg right is one of the toughest driving holes at Winston Trails. You must fade the ball around the large fairway bunkers on the right. Medium iron approach to an extremely elevated green that slopes sharply from back to front.

Yardage 217-127

Breathtaking tee shot over the middle of the lake to an intimidating elevated green with a severe slope running from right to left that makes pitches and putts almost impossible to stop.

Yardage 545-440

Slight dogleg right Par 5 requires the players to hug the left side with his tee shot. Long hitters can attempt to go for it in two but the green is heavily bunkered and has multiple types of fescue grasses that encompass the green. This putting surface has a large elevation in the middle that requires the respect of the golfer and again you must stay below the hole on your approach.

Yardage 375-266

Tight driving hole with fairway bunkers puts a premium on being in the fairway. Medium to short iron second shot to a severely sloped green that runs back to front with an extremely fast putting surface.

Yardage 549-425

It is a must to stay on the left side with your tee shot. The hole doglegs severely right around a huge lake with deep fairway bunkers on the left and large greenside bunkers that protect a large two-tiered green. Water runs the entire length of the hole on the right side.

Yardage 380-315

This hole gives you the ultimate risk reward opportunity with your tee shot. Water runs the entire right side of this dogleg right hole with the long hitter being able to cut off yardage and hit a short iron into a mildly elevated green that slopes back to front.

Yardage 185-95

The signature hole of Winston Trails Golf Club with an intimidating tee shot completely over water that runs within 15 to 20 yards of the front of the green. This hole has a large putting surface that slopes left to right with pin placements that can be tucked behind some large grass bunkers. One of the prettiest golf holes in South Florida.

Yardage 410-325

Superb finishing hole requiring a well placed tee shot between fairway bunkers on the right and left side. A medium iron second shot to an elevated putting surface that is severely sloped from front to back. Don’t even think about attacking this pin. Par is a great score!