The golf course at Panama Country Club was built in 1927 by famed designer Donald J. Ross, ASGCA. At just under 6,700 yards the course offers subtle contours, narrow to medium width fairways, and provides a great test of golf for all handicaps. The greens are strategically sized and are very indicative of the era in which they were built. Multiple tees are available ranging from Championship up to the forward tees that come in at 5,400 yards.
As you’ll find out quickly the course is a sanctuary for wildlife from both land and sea and during your round you may see eagles, egrets, herons, turtles, and even the origin of our logo the famed “fox squirrel”. There are no homes on the interior of the course which leaves a nice protected habitat for most all coastal wildlife.
The club hosts the Sherman Invitational each year on this course which brings in some of the best amateur players in the region. The tournament was first held the year the course opened and is still going strong today as one of the oldest continuous amateur tournaments in the Southeast.
Daily beverage service is available on the course and a full service driving range, short game area, and 2 practice greens available for your enjoyment.