Once you’ve mastered the basics, you’ll want to get to work on the practice facilities at Heritage Harbor that include:
An aqua-style driving range where golfers hit floating balls into a pond located near the front of the course. The range has fifty stations so there is no wait for a practice tee. The pond is 300 yards long, and the course uses the highest-grade floating practice ball so that you can get a feel when you hit that is similar to using standard driving range balls most of the time. Those interested in just dropping by the club to hit balls are welcome. A bag of 35 to 40 balls costs $6.00.- A practice bunker where you can practice your ability to escape from the sand – a vital skill on here at Heritage Harbor as at all Florida golf courses.- A chipping area where golfers can get a grip on handling the high grass.- A large putting green. Before you start a round at Heritage Harbor, always make it a priority to try out the putting surface and you’ll end up shaving strokes off your score.