A note from our Superintendent, Steve Keller:

It’s February and Central Florida is buzzing! Excited visitors from all over the world, now descend to Florida. FSGA and Golf Channel Amateur Tour recently stopped at Juliette Falls. We got some great reviews and even though the cold weather prevailed, the dedication from all the players was very impressive.
Being in Florida, few want to tee it up when it’s 35 degrees and frosty but, they did! It’s always our goal to get groups on the course on time, as long as the temperatures are above 32 degrees (believe it or not, we do see these temperatures!). We caution keeping carts on the paths and using the 90-degree rule to play the holes until the frost has melted. The good news is, it’s usually the early tee times that get the true sense of the cold and by 9 AM, most players are removing some layers.
Now, the course is playing great, greens are challenging and speedy, caution used on all shots to keep the ball below the hole location.
Our staff is fine tuning every aspect of the total experience daily and it’s really an enjoyable time of year to get out and play this beautiful course. Thank you for all the great reviews and supporting what we feel is a must play course in Central Florida!