Marcus Pointe Golf Club is one of the top golf courses along the Gulf Coast. Set in the heart of 600 acres of rolling woodlands, Earl Stone has created a classic course with natural beauty and maximum playability. This 18-hole, championship 6700 yard par 72 layout features four sets of tees, and its subtle elevation changes make it highly enjoyable for the widest range of golfing skills. Marcus Pointe Golf Club offers extensive practices facilities, professional instruction, and a full service restaurant, IRON. The staff at Marcus Pointe invites you to discover the charm and hospitality of this GOLF DIGEST “Four Star Winner.”
We require a collared shirt for all golfers. We allow denim, but no cutoffs. We are a soft spike facility.
|Pace of Play Rating||3 Hours & 55 Minutes.|
|Black||6650 Yds 72.1/132|
|Blue||6175 Yds 69.9/123|
|White||5925 Yds 68.4/119|
|Gold||5258 Yds 65.7/114|
|Red||4481 Yds 66.3/111|
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Medium length straight par 4. Tee shot must miss tree in right center of fairway. Green is narrow and deep.
A shortish par 3. Back half of green can’t be seen from tee and slopes away from the player.
Short and straight par 4. Deceptive. Approach must be on the correct portion of this very difficult green.
Dogleg left par 4. Play safe to the right of oak tree. Ball runs downhill to mounds in middle of fairway. Level lies are rare. Approach can slide into water on right.
This tee box is relatively sheltered from most winds. Trust the yardage,; the hole looks longer than it is. There is putting green beyond both bunkers.
Medium-length dogleg right par 5. Very reachable with any help from the wind. Avoid fairway bunker on left. Right side of green is relatively open.
A longish par 4, straightaway. Most tee shots funnel to middle of fairway. Approach must hold green to avoid slick bank to bunker on right or huge depression on left.
Par 5, slight dogleg left. Long bunker shots await the approach which is short. Green is three-tiered and extremely deep.
Short, straight, downhill par 4. Might be reached by long hitter. Green slopes away from player. Iron from tee ensures full second shot with short iron.
Downhill, dogleg left par 4. Avoid left fairway bunker. Approach plays short due to change in elevation. Iron from tee ensures full second shot with short iron.
Avoid bunker left of green. All shots run right. Historically, more aces and more three-putts than any other hole on the course.
Double dogleg right par 5. Only the longest of hitters can reach this green in two. Green slopes severely to the right. Lateral hazard right of entire hole.
Slight dogleg left par 4.. By far the easiest of the last six holes. Keep approach below the hole.