If you’re searching for a golf community in Fort Myers, you have plenty of great options to choose from. Some of the top communities for golfers also offer some fantastic additional amenities and some impressive residential designs.
One such community is Renaissance. This private, non-equity golf community not only offers a golf course, but also a Teaching Academy, a swimming pool and bar, a Guest Cottage, pickleball courts and bocce courts.
Other options within Renaissance include the club’s fitness center, tennis courts, a spa and dining in the clubhouse. Renaissance also offers your choice of single-family estates, single-family homes or coach homes, altogether bringing a number of different housing options to buyers interested in a golf course community and lifestyle in Fort Myers.
Another option in Fort Myers is The Plantation Golf & Country Club. This private, non-equity golf community caps its golf membership at less than 400. Golf members are also part of a reciprocal golf program, with the option of playing at four other courses, as well as select golf courses across the nation at a reduced rate.
The Great House offers members dining options at the club. Housing options in The Plantation, meanwhile, include your choice of single-family estates, villas or coach homes.
Not to be outdone, Verandah is another one of the city’s top golf course communities. This private-non-equity golf community offers two golf courses for players to consider. Jack Nicklaus designed the Whispering Oak Course, while Robert Cupp designed the Old Orange Course.
In addition, Verandah offers its members access to a clubhouse with dining options, a Wellness Complex, plus access to other top amenities including tennis, swimming and kayaking. Housing options in Verandah range from coach homes to single-family villas and single-family estates. In addition, residents and members are treated to some fantastic views of the nearby Orange River.