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Test Drive A Trial Membership at Sara Bay Country Club

Sara Bay Country Club, a private, member-owned golf club located in Sarasota, Florida, is giving prospective members a chance to &#;test drive&#; their newly renovated Donald Ross designed golf course. They are now offering a trial membership for either 30 or 60 day memberships during anytime of the year. This will include unlimited golf benefits with no green fees.

First opened in , it is only a short drive from downtown Sarasota and the Gulf Coast Keys and Lakewood Ranch. Their course has received recognition on a national level and gives all golfers of all abilities a walkable, as well as challenging, 18 holes of Florida golf.

For more information, go to https://sarabaycc.org/Home or contact Dennis Budny at: [email&#;protected]

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SARA BAY SUMMER MEMBERSHIP DETAILS

SARA BAY COUNTRY CLUB
Summer Membership

Term: May 1st to October 31st

Dues: $ per month + tax = $

Green Fee: None…Unlimited & Unrestricted Golf Privileges

Cart Fee: $/person 18 holes | $/person 9 holes

Walking Fee: $/person 18 holes | $/person for 9 holes

Minimum Spending: $ for the full summer period (includes food & beverage)

Terms and Conditions:
Application is subject to Board approval
Total dues for the summer period MUST be paid in advance
Charging privileges for food, beverage & pro shop purchases
Summer Member may invite guests to play at the reduced guest fee rate of $ plus cart or walking fee (6 rounds maximum per guest)
Seven (7) day advance tee times
Summer Member will be required to keep a current credit card on file
Summer Member is not eligible for reciprocal privileges at other clubs
Golf Course & Clubhouse closed on Mondays May through October
Participation is limited to two summer seasons

Optional Fees (One-time):
· USGA Handicap…/person (Official handicap required for club events)
· Locker……………/person
· Bag Storage………/bag
· Pull Cart Storage…/cart
· Trail Fee………&#; (Private cart)
Note: All fees are subject to Florida State sales tax

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Will be living in Lakewood Ranch soon and have been looking into joining a golf course. I like to walk when I can but understand the reasons for carts also (revenue). I don't need the giant clubhouse or work out areas and it doesn't have to be fancy as far as extras just real good golf with reasonably priced memberships. Hope some golfers out there that can help and thanks.

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Location: Lakewood Ranch, FL

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On the slight chance that you are not already aware, there are loads of courses all around where you will live that don't require golf membership. The county courses used to allow walkers but I'm not sure if they still do. There's a discount card ("Big Summer Golf") that gives you a reduced rate at many courses.

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Location: Sarasota, FL

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Golf in Sarasota is unique in such a way that I would never pay a fee to belong to a club. During the low season (May--October), the Big Summer Card makes golf a no-brainer, as you can play dozens of courses for under $30 a round, several of which will allow you to walk (Bent Tree and Bobby Jones come to mind).

During the high season, it's tougher, but there are great options. For example, at Serenoa, for $35 a month, you can hit all the balls you want and get discounts to as low as $17 per round if you are willing to play later in the day. I know there are other deals to be had as well.

During the high season, you still have access via GolfNow or EZ Links, but otherwise, you will be spending $50+ for 4 1/2 hour rounds.

I love golf, but would never want to live on a course, and I see no need to buy a membership at all in Sarasota, especially if you like to play a variety of courses.

Hope this helps.

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Location: The "other" West Coast - in Florida

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LWR is great - but $25K non-refundable, non-equity to join. Only 1 walkable course. No personal carts. High cart fees.

Due to a number of reasons, (primarily buying a house on the course) we joined Palm Aire. NO OTHER CLUB sells an annual all-you-can-golf fixed price, trail fee for personal cart owners. This was important to us because between two of us we play probably rounds of golf/year.

The good - The math for us.
PACC flat trail fee = $ - Others @ $25pp x = $
Socially it's very good - lots going on - many golf groups to join - tons of members - lots of other activities
Entry fee was waived
We got 1 year of free carts when we joined

The bad about PACC -
Dues are actually more than LWR
Food minimums (LWR has none)
Course conditions are marginal to bad at times compared to LWR and Laurel Oak.
Only 1 course is walkable, and no one here walks the other except maybe in late afternoon.
Shotguns every day - you either play in a morning or afternoon group or you're stuck trying to fit in somewhere
Range is shoddy, no useful short game area

Other general info - there are some really horrible courses out there that call themselves Country Clubs in Sarasota. I won't name them. Post the name of what you're considering joining for feedback before jumping in. We are seriously considering switching and joining LWR because it's the best around as far as course conditions and most difficulty. 3 courses too. Laurel Oak is nice, but IMHO lacks difficulty. There are golf courses and country clubs every few blocks in FL so decide what's more important to you. You can't go wrong with a summer membership for a trial - they are all dirt cheap right now.

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I really like Palm Aire. There's some Old Florida to it, and they treat you fairly well. The conditions are generally good to very good, at least relative to the bulk of what one can play within a ten mile radius.

There are some berry patches around, it is true. I have found conditions at Tara, for example, to be remarkably inconsistent. Even Legacy has its bad weeks.

That price sounds tough to pass up for Palm Aire. I think having two full 18's would help make that decision. I like both courses, but prefer the Champions, of course.

About the range, they have the best mats I have ever hit off, anywhere. That said, it's true--there's no short game area except the putting greens (chipping permitted).

So I like Palm Aire.

When I mentioned the Big Summer card earlier, I guess in retrospect, the biggest selling point there is variety. Being able to go down to Heron Creek or up to University Park or to play a shotgun at Sara Bay or the Ritz Carlton sort of makes it a simple expense of $

"Shotguns every day" would also make this an easier decision. When you get tied into a spot where you play 90% of your rounds at the same location, you're at their mercy. When I call Misty Creek and they have something going on, I can just hang up and call River Strand.

Apples and oranges, maybe.

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Probably Bobby Jones for bang ! it is what it is


Then maybe The Meadows - even with a nice exec course

Actually, Bobby Jones was in great condition the last two times I played it, which was still high season.

I think the Meadows is downright goofy, but the Highlands course right there is actually a nice step up.
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Thanks these are all great! Also one thing I forgot was that I like it when it is easy to find game. Where a group all meet at a certain time draw teams and go. Which is a good course for that? Nothing worst IMO than showing up and there are no organized games. Thanks again and please keep this going its great information..

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Whats going to happen to rates the way golf courses are disappearing? Riding past the Sarasota Golf Club is the latest reminder. Am I wrong in thinking golf seems to be in a major decline?

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Based on this I'd say Palm Aire is your cup of tea. When I mentioned the shotguns I didn't elaborate.

Every day PACC has shotgun starts across two 18 hole courses, due to the large number of groups/players. (less so in summer) So on any given day you will have games with any/all of the following - 18 hole mens groups, 9 hole mens, 18 hole women, 9 hole women, and possible outside groups all going off twice a day - am and pm - some days there are also pm groups.

For the women, it's very organized - you sign up the week before and are pre-assigned a foursome that will play some kind of goofy net game - 2 best balls - 3 on par 3s + 2 on par 4s and 1 on par 5s - 1,2,3 - odd, even - whatever. All net only.

The men might be looser and draw teams on the spot but this is not something I've seen in FL golf anywhere. They like advance sign ups.

PACC is all organized games, all the time, every day, 7 days a week. Like I said if you're wanting to play solo or as a twosome or something - you're possibly stuck trying to fit in somewhere between the organized group games.


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Whats going to happen to rates the way golf courses are disappearing? Riding past the Sarasota Golf Club is the latest reminder. Am I wrong in thinking golf seems to be in a major decline?

SGC was a major real estate boondoggle and not indicative of the golf industry as a whole, which is far more healthy. True, some golf courses are struggling for many different reasons - while others flourish. Golf participation is on a decline, but it's not the end of the world. It's still a massive industry.

Speculation is that a changing demographic is the reason for the decline. Baby boomers and all their money and values are fading way, as the immediate gratification generation marches forward. Unfortunately there is no immediate gratification in golf - it's very hard work, expensive and time consuming to gain expertise. You can't click "Buy" on Amazon and get a single digit handicap.

I laugh at all the nutty proposals in the magazines to revitalize the industry and feed the immediate gratification generation. These are actual recent examples! -

1. make the hole bigger - like 15" BIG
2. make driving ranges like a nightclub with drinking, music and lights everywhere
3. tee it forward - make holes shorter to make it easier and speed up play
4. make it less holes - like maybe 12 or something

There are more, but these are all I can cite at the moment.

Summing these things up - they want to make golf stupid. Faster, shinier, easier, simpler, cheaper. While this might be good for the proletariat - some, to many, people may actually still want to achieve the full set of skills and accomplishments - so IMO there will always be a market.
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The History of Sara Bay Country Club

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Sarasota, Florida
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The hole Sara Bay Country Club in Sarasota, FL is a private golf course that opened in Designed by Donald Ross, Sara Bay Country Club measures yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of and a USGA rating. The course features 8 sets of tees for different skill levels.


Golf course details

  • Holes: 18
  • Designed by: Brian Silva, Brian Silva, Donald Ross, Kris Spence
  • Public/Private: Private
  • Year opened:
  • Golf Season: Year round
  • Guest Policy: With member only/Reciprocal
  • Tee times welcomed:
  • Fairways: TifEagle Bermuda Grass
  • Greens:

Facilities

  • Pro in house: Yes
  • Driving range: Yes
  • Rental clubs: No
  • Rental carts: Yes

Green fees price ranges

  • Week days: $60
  • Weekends: $60

Course policies

  • Metal spikes allowed: No
  • Dress code:
  • Credit cards accepted:

Length, slope and rating for each tee

TeeParYardageSlopeRating
Gold72
Red72
Blue72
White72
Blue/White72
White/Silver72
Silver72
Silver (W)72
Gold (W)72
Red (W)72
Orange (W)72
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