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Westminster Golf Club
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2199 Berkley Way Lehigh Acres, FL 33973
2199 Berkley WayUSFloridaLehigh Acres33973
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"Clubhouse: The clubhouse is nice, and the bar and restaurant is spacious."
"The green complexes are well kept, also older bermuda."
"I posted a few pics of a green."
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Joe Bishop
5 months ago
Staff was VERY accommodating. Nice course layout. Enjoyed my 27 holes.
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Brad Zimmer
3 years ago
Course: The Westminster Golf Course meanders, and sometimes squeezes its way, through the Westminster community and the thick palm bushes. As is often the case with community golf courses, there are a few instances where real estate that might have been used for course, is instead a back yard or a road. There are OB stakes at one place or another on all 18 holes, and maybe 15 of 18 holes have them on both sides. That said, Westminster isn't the worst offender in the community course category - that honor belongs to Grandezza in Estero, with a close second awarded to Vasari in Naples. The course is designed with the white tee warrior in mind, quickly becoming unplayable from the further teeing grounds, largely due to bottlenecks and the kind of palm bush colonies that'll haunt your dreams and tighten your grip. While the fairways are generally in good condition, and there is a clear delineation between fairway and rough, they do suffer from being a very old strain of bermuda - very grainy, thin in spots, and prone to being either too sandy or muddy and wet. Even in the drier winter months, run isn't something you'd ever expect to get much of at Westminster. The green complexes are well kept, also older bermuda. Hitting greens in reg is at a premium at Westminster - being a foot off the green often results in a lie where the bermuda is thick, but not thick enough to keep the golf ball from sinking to the bottom. When putting, grain is almost as important a factor as pitch, and there can be some variation from week to week in respect to the speed. Quality/Price Ratio: In the summer months, the price/quality ratio is very good. As winter approaches, the price spirals and the value ratio deteriorates. This is a $35.00-$40.00 a round golf course, max - the course doesn't transform into a winter condition that justifies the $50-$60 valuation. In past seasons, the winter time price tended to be a little aggressive. This season, thus far, prices (And especially if they're booked online) are more reasonable. The $25 Sunday December special is an excellent value, for example. Clubhouse: The clubhouse is nice, and the bar and restaurant is spacious. Tables can be easily pushed together for large groups, and the food ranges in quality from good to surprisingly good. Staff: The staff is full of helpful people, many of whom have been with the course for years. The rangers and starters are older, campy guys who enjoy golf and enjoy being out of the house.
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Ron Hughes
3 years ago
Excellent course
A Google User
4 years ago
I just finished my round here. This course is over-priced and the quality of the grounds were less than par. The surrounding neighborhood is trashy. They over booked the course and it took over 5 hours to play. Not once did I see a ranger all day to help keep up the speed of play. I will never play here again.
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Jhonny Bravo
3 months ago
Nice and decent place
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Tyler Turnage
a year ago
I posted a few pics of a green.. There horrible might as well use a sand wedge on them an try to chip the ball right in the hole...
A Google User
4 years ago
T he bes t golf club I have visit ed,e/ xcellent serv ice and green yard,really nice,gorgeous.
A Google User
5 years ago
Greens are like fur and motled.