The golf course at Capital City Country Club is very special and unique to the State of Florida. It is a rolling course through massive pines and live oaks with elevation changes more commonly found in the Northeastern United States. The course begins with an elevated tee shot that must be carefully positioned in the left side of the first fairway. From this location the green is accessible, even the back right hole location that is hidden behind a large cavernous bunker. The first four holes of the course are difficult but the middle holes offer chances to recover, and the front nine ends with an uphill par five that can save your round.
The back nine begins with a narrow tee shot that must be positioned at the top of the hill in order to leave a full view of the 10th green. The green is flat, and a birdie is possible provided that you reach the fairway from the tee. The signature hole on the back nine is the 17th. The fairway drops down and a small pond protects the front of this par four. Newly planted pine trees at the dogleg make the tee shot difficult, and the second shot must be hit the correct yardage to this narrow green. The course concludes with a long par five back to the clubhouse. Make sure the second shot here is down the left side. A huge oak tree gobbles up golf balls and protects the right side of the green.