Comprised of 140 acres of dramatic elevation and undulating greens not commonly found in Florida, the Conservatory Course includes nearly 76 acres of man-made lakes and three waterfall features. Currently ranked the longest and hardest course in the state, the Conservatory offers golfers of all skill levels a unique challenge. This breathtaking course is highlighted by waterfalls, babbling brooks and veneered field stone work. To the 140 sand and coquina bunkers, Watson also added three sod-faced bunkers, a nod to his affinity for British links-style golf. Golf Digest, in its January 2008 issue, ranked The Conservatory third on its elite list of America's Best New Public Courses.