Our Golf Course
Our golf course is one of the area’s oldest and most historic private golf courses. Founded in 1959, and boasting three Golf Hall-of-Famers as Founding Members, the opportunity to play the course of masters awaits.
- At The PGA - Jeremy Wells
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Director of Player Development at Cypress Lake Golf Club
Jeremy Wells, the Director of Player Development at Cypress Lake Golf Club in Fort Myers, Florida, is set to make his PGA Professional Championship debut. Wells, 32, qualified for the tournament by finishing third at the South Florida Section Championship in September. He then went on to shoot a final round 66 at the Twin Warriors and Santa Ana Pueblo Golf Clubs in New Mexico to qualify for the 2023 PGA Championship.
Jeremy is excited to make his PGA Championship debut. He says he is looking forward to competing against the best golfers in the world and seeing how he stacks up. He is also looking forward to the opportunity to learn from some of the game's greats.
"I'm really excited to be playing in the PGA Championship," Wells said. "It's something I've always dreamed of doing. I'm looking forward to the challenge and I'm excited to see how I can compete against the best golfers in the world."
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Jeremy's Friday tee time are -
Fri 5/19 #10 Tee 2:26 p.m.
Jeremy Wells, Estero, FL; Justin Suh, San Jose, CA; Adri Arnaus, Spain
Jeremy In The News
6 Sets Of Tees
The course has six sets of tees, and can be played from under 5,000 yards to just over 7,000 yards. Its water, sand and trees combine to provide challenge as well as subtle beauty. Still true to Dick Wilson's original design, it boasts water on all but two holes. Balls cuddle into the best and hardiest of today's new hybrids. The Celebration Bermuda grass fairways reward excellent shot placement and fast, undulating, Tiff Eagle greens challenge even the best short games. When new, it was ranked in the 200 toughest courses in the world; today, its rating and slope from the championship tees are 74.5/141. Casual golfers can enjoy its pleasures, while low-handicappers shake their heads and promise themselves "Next time...."
At One With Nature
The Cypress Lake golf course is unusual among area golf courses in that it is set on a rectangular piece of land with no residential areas except on its external boundaries. While most members use carts, the layout makes it ideal for the golfer who enjoys walking. Wildlife find it an agreeable home site, and golfers share the course with great blue herons, egrets, ibis, an occasional alligator, several varieties of large turtles, our resident ospreys, and many other creatures that seem to understand that passing humans are no threat to them.
1959 Dick Wilson Design
The course was designed in 1959-1960 by Dick Wilson (1904-1965), a contemporary and respected rival of Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Many of Wilson's major renovations and original designs are well-known today: New York's Shinnecock Hills, Florida's Seminole, Bay Hill in Orlando, the Blue Monster at Doral, La Costa (California), Cog Hill # 3 - Dubsdread in Chicago, Laurel Valley in Ligonier, Pennsylvania, and the Lakeside Course (now The Meadows) at The Greenbrier. His work is characterized by lakes, open fairways, and elevated greens slanted toward the fairways and defended by bunkers, so that the front of the green is open but an accurate shot is needed to reach the back.
Continuing Course Renovations
In 2001, the golf course was completely renovated under the direction of golf course architect Ron Garl, who restored many Dick Wilson's original design elements, as well as adding unique 'signature' features of his own. The irrigation system was replaced and extended; 7,000 truckloads of fill were brought in to raise and recontour the fairways in order to improve the drainage. The driving range was substantially lengthened and widened; Tiff Eagle greens were grown in. The $2.7 million project converted an excellent golf course into an outstanding experience.
Outstanding Practice Facilities
The club's practice facilities are extensive. A large putting green prepares the golfer for the challenges of the course: it hasn't a flat spot on it. The elevated pitching green can be attacked from both sides, or from the large adjoining sand trap. The range features small greens close in for short iron practice as well as the usual distant flags to measure prowess with the woods.
The Forecaddie videos are another means of communication to the membership about upcoming events and pertinent information about the club. Why are they called The Forecaddie? Well, a forecaddie in golf helps a golfer out during their round giving them helpful information. The information in The Forecaddie is educational and helps each member have an enjoyable experience at Cypress Lake Golf Club, like a forecaddie. Each episode will usually have a special guest on talking about a certain topic.
Director of Golf, Jon Pazdera, is the host of The Forecaddie. If you have a certain topic you would like to see on an episode, please talk to Jon. We hope you enjoy watching The Forecaddie.
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The Cypress Lake Instruction program has something in it for everyone. No matter your experience level, we will design a program specific to your needs so you can improve your game through time. Our team of 4 PGA Professionals offer individual instruction, clinics, golf schools, multiple lesson packages and much more. Non-members are welcome for lessons.
We utilize the following technologies to enhance our instruction at CLGC.
Flightscope Boditrack Blast Motion Eyeline Golf Perfect Putter
You can work on any shot imaginable at CLGC’s practice area which includes a full driving range, a short game range, greenside and fairway bunkers, and a massive practice putting green.
Jeremy Wells, Director of Player Development
Jon Pazdera, Director of Golf
David Carse, Assistant Golf Professional
Marc Skillrud, Assistant Golf Professional / Director of Club-fitting
Cypress Lake Practice Facility