THE NEW ALAQUA
Imagine a private club where you can enjoy first-class service, pristine golf course conditions, exclusive dining and social experience, and a variety of golf and social events, surrounded by your closest friends and business associates. Alaqua has been reborn with a beautifully designed and appointed clubhouse, spectacular new greens, delicious food, and a staff dedicated to providing you the highest level of personalized service. This is the new Alaqua! Totally private, by invitation only, and with a limited number of members who all enjoy the benefits of a truly exclusive club, Alaqua is the only club in Central Florida to provide such an experience. Just envision a place where no tee times are required, a game can always be found, and every visit to the club will be truly memorable.
The club was opened in 1988. It had the pedigree – none other than Gary Player designed the golf course and built his own home just off the 3rd fairway. Player put his personality into the private 18-hole golf course, with its elevated tee boxes and beautiful picturesque fairways.
Alaqua has a full staff to make sure your Club experience is world-class. Whether you seek social activities, professional golf instruction, or excellent dining, our staff will make sure every detail is taken care of.
Alaqua neighborhood is nestled in a wooded area surrounded by mature trees and wildlife. It feels "off-the-beaten-path, but is centrally located with all conveniences. The homes display a wide array of architecture, pleasing to the eye, making Alaqua a perfect living space. Alaqua is a gated community with 24-hour guard service insuring your safety.
Alaqua Country Club offers a very exclusive intimate atmosphere. We serve our members with a truly memorable experience. Our staff will quickly know you by name, get to know your likes & dislikes and remember how to make each of your visits special.
Florida is home to many different kinds of animals, and here at Alaqua Country Club it's not uncommon to see deer, alligators, birds of prey, and even the Florida State fish - the large mouth bass - swimming our lagoons.