The Country Club at Silver Springs Shores open in 1969. The clubhouse measures 19,000 sq. ft. and has numerous amenities for its’ players: a large main hall for golf functions and banquets, a full service restaurant/bar for every golfers needs, complete locker room facilities and golf shop stocked with the latest in golf equipment. The golf course itself was designed by longtime Jack Nicklaus associate, Desmond Muirhead, who is most well known for his work on Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio, home of Jack’s Memorial Tournaments.
Over the years, the course has hosted many mini tour and US Open Sectional qualifying events. Most notably, Hooters Tour wins by PGA Tour players Zach Johnson and Chad Campbell. Known over the years as having the areas fastest and most severe greens, The course also offers two very distinctly different nines. The opening nine gives the feeling of a traditional parkland course with large native trees and wide open landing areas. The finishing nine gives the player a true Florida golf experience with water in play on six of the holes. Together, the two nines complete a truly challenging golf experience.
The Country Club at Silver Springs Shores is a semiprivate club. Proper attire is required. Collared shirt and no jeans.
We provide regripping services for clubs, as well as recleating shoes.
We sell of Asics and UnderArmour Golf Shoes and carry Titleist, Taylormade TP, Bridgestone, Volvik, and Srixon golf balls. Our main Shirt Brand is UnderArmour. We can also order Titleist, Srixon, and Taylormade Golf clubs and carry an assortment of Cleveland Wedges.
Members of the course are given a GHIN Handicap and are permitted to use our club storage facilities as well as our locker rooms. They are also given a 10% discount towards any merchandise items in our Pro Shop. Guests of a member are also given a discounted golf rate each time they play.
- Owners: Skip & Clark Smith
- General Manager: Jay Stiffler
- Event Coordinator: Will Jordan
- Head Teaching Pro:
- PGA Class A Teaching Pro:
- Superintendent: Tony Young