The Sugarcane course, also built in 1972, is the more challenging of the two Plantation courses although it boasts larger fairways and greens. The course demands you to negotiate forced carries and deep bunkers. The back nine is surrounded by newly created rivers and lakes and offers a much different look, never before seen at the old Cerromar and Dorado Courses.
Players have an opportunity for birdies early in the round, but by the 8th hole the course begins to show its teeth. Par is a great score on most every hole on the back nine, with a few birdie opportunities mixed in! Good thing the new Plantation clubhouse awaits golfers after their round, whether it’s for a cold beverage, a magnificent meal cooked to order, or to just relax on our deck that provides great views of the course.