Martin Downs Golf Club opened its first course in 1976, the legendary Crane Creek course. A few years later the Osprey Creek course was built, giving golfers a choice between a traditional Florida golfing experience (Osprey Creek) or a lush Carolina-style course with long rolling greens and magnificent, mature trees (Crane Creek).
Designed by legendary Treasure Coast Golf Architect Charles Ankrom, the Osprey Creek course plays longer than its 7,000 yards from the back tees due to prevailing Easterly wind. With greens that roll fast and true with five sets of tees, Osprey Creek will not disappoint any golfer of any ability, which is why it has been a regular choice for PGA Tour Qualifying School and U. S. Open Qualifying.
Banyan Creek Course: In 2014, a major renovation began on what is now called the Banyan Creek Golf Club. Banyan Creek is not your typical Florida golf course. Breathtaking views of tree-lined fairways and majestic creeks surround the course. Old oak trees and beautiful banyans create a southern charm, as if you were golfing in the Carolinas.