@BR Boxtext bold lede colon:LOCATION: 700 Key Royale Drive, Holmes Beach.
WEB SITE: www.keyroyaleclub.com.
WHO PLAYS HERE?: Private executive. Between 600-700 members.
RATES: Guests must play with members; $12 for nine holes, $16 for 18 holes.
YEAR BUILT/ARCHITECT: 1965/Jim Cochran.
PRACTICE FACILITIES: Hitting net, putting green and chipping area.
PAR/YARDAGE: Blue, 32/2,066; White, 32/1,978; Red, 32/1,833.
HEAD PRO: Danny Williams.
DIRECTIONS: West on Manatee Avenue to Gulf Drive N. Turn right and go one mile to Marina Drive. Turn right and go a half-mile to Key Royale Drive. Course is at the end of Key Royale Drive on the left.
HOLE TO REMEMBER: No. 2 is a 305-yard dogleg test with a lake on the right. Players are discouraged from attempting to drive the green because it is not visible from the tee.
UNFORGETTABLE: The par-4 holes are short but tricky, featuring greens that slope from back to front and are easy to three-putt.
INSIDE INFO: The offices and kitchen areas have been renovated. The course was originally called School Key and was swampland until developer Bill Lee dredged the bay to build it.