About
the Club


Pelican Golf Club has one simple goal in mind:
to deliver a truly world-class experience

Pelican Golf Club combines the beauty of old-world courses of the past with state-of-the-art infrastructure. The course features manicured fairways and uninterrupted rough with greens and tees maintained at the highest levels.

You will not find a more striking course anywhere else in the region. Pelican Golf Course is the first location on the west coast of Florida to have Latitude 36 Bermudagrass on all fairways. Latitude 36 keeps its vibrant green color during the winter months for much longer than other courses, which ensures gorgeous grounds all season long.

At The Pelican, members can relax, dine, and socialize in one of Florida’s most exclusive clubs. Our detailed, luxurious amenities were thoughtfully designed to create a sophisticated space for our elite members to enjoy.

At The Pelican, you’ll find an elevated experience unlike any other.


PELICAN DRESS CODE

Gentleman: Shirts with collars, collarless golf shirts with sleeves, slacks, and golf shorts are acceptable, and all must be tucked in. Hats are allowed outdoors, but they must be worn properly and removed prior to entering a building. Jeans are prohibited.

 

Ladies: Dresses, skirts, slacks, and golf shorts are allowed. Jeans are also acceptable, with the exception of blue denim. Denim cannot have rips or freys. Ladies may wear hats both outdoors and indoors.


GENERAL GUIDELINES

  • Members and guests are not allowed in service areas.

  • No pets are allowed on Club grounds.

  • All food and beverage consumed must be purchased from the Club.

  • Smoking is only permitted on the golf course.

  • Cell phones and any devices that transmit data are restricted to the locker rooms, private meeting rooms, and vehicles.

  • Cash tipping is not allowed.

  • Guests must be accompanied by a member at all times.

  • Parents are responsible for their children.

GOLF GUIDELINES

  • The Club follows the USGA rules of golf and rules of etiquette.

  • Foursomes control the pace of play.