Course Details

ONE OF THE BEST GOLF COURSES IN FLORIDA

Our outstanding semi-private golf club is located on 520 acres of one of the best golf courses in beautiful northeastern Martin County. The Evergreen Golf Course and driving range is nestled among 299 one-acre home-sites in Palm City. The 18 hole, Par 72 championship golf course offers eight sets of tees to accommodate players of all skill levels. Distances range from 6,910 yards from the Black/Gold tees to 4,802 yards from the Teal tees. The open space and casual atmosphere set the tone for a relaxed yet challenging game of golf. Plus, we offer last minute tee times to make it convenient for you!

We want you to experience Palm City’s most enjoyable course and relax in our newly renovated clubhouse. Call us today at 772.286.2113 to book your preview round and see for yourself why The Evergreen Club is your perfect golf course getaway.


Course Tour

The Course Map

Hole No. 1

This is a great Par 5 to get started. Water to the left of the tee. You need to keep the ball right. Your second shot needs to be left of center in order to avoid a beautiful Oak tree about 50 yards short of the green.

Hole No. 2

TA long Par 4 with water down the left and out of bounds on the right. Two bunkers on each side of the green leave you a small opening in the middle.

Hole No. 3

A reachable Par 5 that is a dogleg right. A long drive over the trees on the right can leave you at the 200 yard marker. The green is elevated with a large bunker on the right protecting the green. The best approach is from the left.

Hole No. 4

A 197 yard Par 3 with water on left and a bunker on the right. Middle of the green is safest play.

Hole No. 5

This Par 4 requires a straight tee shot between two fairway bunkers. Make sure you carry the ball to the green.

Hole No. 6

Keep your tee shot left to avoid the bunker on the right. Make sure you hit enough club if the pin is back right.

Hole No. 7

This dogleg left requires a tee shot in the middle right to avoid being blocked out by a big Oak tree. Make sure you keep your approach short of the pin to avoid a treacherous putt down a slopped green.

Hole No. 8

This Par 3 requires a straight shot to avoid the bunker on the right. An undulating green will give you a challenging putt.

Hole No. 9

A straight forward hole with a challenging bunker protecting the right side of the green. Make sure you hit enough club.

Hole No. 10

Out of bounds and trees on the left will steer you on the right center of the fairway, but be careful of the bunkers on the right and water right of the bunkers. Know your yardage front, center and back because of a large green.

Hole No. 11

Evergreen's longest hole at 603 yards. Your tee shot needs to be right center of the fairway. Keep your second shot left of the Oak tree because water is on the right. The green is deep so know your yardage.

Hole No. 12

Keep it straight. Fairway narrows with trees on each side. Tough bunker green and on left. Safest play in middle of green.

Hole No. 13

Great Par 3 with elevated two tier green protected with bunkers. Short center of green is great play leaving you an uphill putt.

Hole No. 14

A 200 yard shot in the right middle of the fairway will leave you a short iron into the green. This will help you avoid water along the left. Center of the green is a great strategy for this small undulating green.

Hole No. 15

Right center of fairway leaves you the best angle of approach. Green is guarded by bunker on left into a two tier green.

Hole No. 16

This is a short Par 3 and has bunkers across the front and right side. Make sure you have enough club to carry them.

Hole No. 17

A reachable Par 5 with water guarding the green. A choice will have to be made to lay up or challenge the water. Middle of the green short of the pin will leave you another uphill putt.

Hole No. 18

Middle to the right side of the fairway will leave you the best angle of this great finishing hole. Two bunkers on right and left leave a narrow opening to a long green. Know your distance to the front, middle and back.