Pelican Marsh Golf Club
How it Came to Be
Once home to acres of tomato fields and tropical mangroves, Pelican Marsh Golf Club is now a pristine, private enclave in the quiet parts of Naples, where golf and community meet. This is how it came to be.
A Look Back
The Club Timeline
1993: Westinghouse Communities, Inc (WCI) broke ground, developing a private community of homes known as Pelican Marsh, which featured an 18-hole Robert von Hagge designed course.
1994: Originally, the course was shared with The Estates at Bay Colony; 9 holes were located on the north side of Pelican Marsh Boulevard, and the other 9 holes on the south side of the street, requiring players to cross the street to play the entire course.
1996: The 18-hole Course was divided, and an additional nine holes were added to both the north and south courses, on either side of Pelican Marsh Boulevard, creating two complete 18-hole courses. This is when Pelican Marsh Golf Club officially came to be, acquiring the south course.
1998: The 25,000 square-foot Clubhouse was complete.
2007: The Club transitioned ownership to its members and to this day, proudly remains a model of financial strength and a vibrant golf community.