Hole Tour

  • Hole 1 Par 5 | 598 Yards

    This hole plays downwind and slightly right to left. Place your tee shot down the right center of the fairway and let the right to left slope of the fairway and the wind bring the ball back to the middle. Big hitters will be able to go for the green in two. Those that lay up will want to aim their second shot down the right side of the fairway putting you in position for a short iron played short right of the flag allowing the wind and contours of the green to work the ball toward the hole.

  • Hole 2 Par 3 | 180 Yards

    Four bunkers guard the small green on this downwind par 3. Plan on hitting a club less than usual here to the center of the green.

  • Hole 3 Par 4 | 435 Yards

    Your tee shot at the 3rd should start at the right fairway bunkers allowing the right to left wind to work the ball from right to left. A slightly uphill approach shot into the wind will require an extra club aimed at the right side of the green. The prevailing wind will work the ball back to the center of the putting surface.

  • Hole 4 Par 5 | 563 Yards

    Playing into the wind, longer hitters can carry the right fairway bunkers with their tee shot setting them up to go for the green in two. Shorter hitters take aim down the center of the fairway. Your second shot will be a lay up to the 150-yard post in the center of the fairway. Play your approach below the hole leaving an uphill, right to left putt.

  • Hole 5 Par 4 | 383 Yards

    Take dead aim at the 150-yard post in the center of the fairway off the tee leaving a short iron into the wind to a green guarded by water on the right. Take an extra club or two to reach this green.

  • Hole 6 Par 4 | 329 Yards

    The 6th hole is an exciting reachable par-4 for long hitters. Driver is not needed in this hole. Short hitters take aim between the left fairway bunker and left greenside bunker. A well-placed tee shot should leave you with a short iron to an accessible green.

  • Hole 7 Par 4 | 430 Yards

    Aim between the 150 yard post and the left fairway bunkers on the dogleg left par-4. A well hit drive will leave you a mid to short iron slightly downwind and left to right. An approach played short and left of the pin will give you the best chance at birdie.

  • Hole 8 Par 4 | 461 Yards

    This is the toughest hole on the Tarpon Nine. Playing against the wind and measuring 461 yards from the tips, play you tee shot at the 150-yard post. A long iron or fairway wood will be needed to reach this green in two. Make sure you hit one or two extra clubs to reach the green.

  • Hole 9 Par 3 | 161 Yards

    This short par 3 plays against the prevailing ocean breeze. Take an extra club or two and aim to the center of the green. Avoid hitting your shot here long and left.

  • Hole 10 Par 5 | 569 Yards

    This par-5 plays similarly to the opening hole. A well struck tee shot here will favor the right side of the fairway allowing the wind to move the ball left. The green is accessible in two for longer hitters while shorter hitters will want to lay up using the 150-yard post as a target. An approach shot favoring the right side of the green will allow the wind to work the ball toward the hole.

  • Hole 11 Par 4 | 325 Yards

    This short par-4 plays downwind allowing big hitters to attempt to go at the green in one. There is room to miss right but don’t go left here, your ball will likely find the tall native grasses guarding the right side of the hole. A conservative play to the middle of the fairway will leave a short approach and chance at birdie.

  • Hole 12 Par 3 | 188 Yards

    The twelfth hole is Costa Caribe’s signature hole featuring Puerto Rico’s only island green. Slightly elevated tee boxes face the prevailing ocean breeze. Your tee shot here will test both skill and nerve. One to three clubs extra are needed to reach this green depending on the conditions. Play to the right side of the green allowing the wind to move the ball right to left. There is room to miss right.

  • Hole 13 Par 4 | 395 Yards

    This par-4 again plays into the prevailing wind. A well struck tee shot favoring the left center of the fairway will leave a mid to short iron to in.

  • Hole 14 Par 4 | 346 Yards

    This short dogleg right par-4 is reachable in one for big hitters that dare cut the corner requiring a long carry over water to a slightly elevated green. More conservative players will play to the middle of an open fairway leaving a short iron to the green for a good chance at birdie. Avoid the deep bunker guarding the right side of the green.

  • Hole 15 Par 4 | 400 Yards

    The prevailing wind plays right to left on this 400-yarder. A large undulating fairway awaits well struck tee shots. Play your approach to the right of the flag and let the wind work the ball back to the pin. Depending on the wind, you may need to take one less club on your approach.

  • Hole 16 Par 4 | 451 Yards

    This is the toughest and longest par-4 on the Island Nine. This dogleg left plays against the strong prevailing wind with water guarding the left-hand side of the hole. The ideal tee shot will leave a long iron or fairway wood to the green.

  • Hole 17 Par 3 | 194 Yards

    This par-3 features a two-tiered green guarded by two bunkers. Your tee shot should be left of the flag to allow the prevailing wind to move the ball back to the hole.

  • Hole 18 Par 3 | 529 Yards

    The 18th is a straight forward par-5 with ample landing area off the tee. Reachable in two for some the green is well guarded by large bunkers and water long and right. Most will choose to lay up to the middle of the fairway leaving a mid to short iron to this green that slopes left to right overlooking the Caribbean.

  • Hole 19 Par 4 | 376 Yards

    This shorter par 4 plays into a prevailing right to left ocean breeze. A well struck tee shot played to the right center of the fairway will leave you with a mid iron to the green. An extra club may be needed to reach the green in two shots.

  • Hole 20 Par 5 | 565 Yards

    Playing directly downwind, this par 5 may be reachable in two for big hitters. Those that decide to lay up will set up an approach shot that should be aimed at center of the green and just short of the flag.

  • Hole 21 Par 4 | 358 Yards

    This short par 4 plays into the wind. Aim your tee shot to the right of the fairway allowing the ball to work back to the center. A well struck short iron should be just short of the flag for your best chance at birdie.

  • Hole 22 Par 4 | 421 Yards

    Driver is not needed on this hole for longer hitters. Take aim at left center of this fairway and use the wind to work the ball back towards the center. A good drive will leave you with a middle iron to a right to left sloping green.

  • Hole 23 Par 4 | 403 Yards

    Aim your tee shot at the 150 yard post of this dogleg left hole. A mid to short iron will be enough to reach this green in two. Hit your shot short, left of the flag for your best chance at birdie.

  • Hole 24 Par 3 | 198 Yards

    This is the longest par-3 in the Osprey nine. By playing against the wind, an ideal tee shot will leave you short of the flag to have an uphill putt for birdie.

  • Hole 25 Par 5 | 503 Yards

    This challenging dogleg left with the wind playing left to right, may allow longer hitters to hit the green in two, while shorter hitters need to aim at the left center of the fairway off the tee. A good lay up will leave a short iron to an elevated green.

  • Hole 26 Par 3 | 176 Yards

    This hole plays downhill against a prevailing wind. One or two extra clubs may be needed to reach the green.

  • Hole 27 Par 4 | 353 Yards

    This beautiful short par 4 plays directly toward the Caribbean Sea. A good drive should be aimed at the 150-yard marker, leaving you with a mid to short iron to a green protected by a bunker in from of the green with room to miss right.

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