There will be a Wednesday night league forming at the MOC with a 5:30 pm shotgun start. After asking around there are already 18 players committed for the first week. Email Andy if interested as we look forward to creating a social culture with competitive golf. Formats may vary based on participation.



7:00 am – 10:52 am  ‧   $29.91 + tax

11:00 am – 11:52 ‧ $28.04 + tax

12:00 pm – 3:52 ‧  $23.36 + tax

4:00 pm – Close ‧  $18.69 + tax


6:45 am – 10:52 am  ‧  $29.91 + tax

11:00 am – 11:52  ‧  $28.04 + tax

12:00 pm – 3:52  ‧  $23.36 + tax

4:00 pm – close  ‧  $18.69 + tax

*Summertime kids under 13 play free with a paid Adult midweek and weekends after 11:00 am.Ages 13-17 pay a cart fee with a paid adult.


It has been a much earlier rainy season for us at The MOC as we have definitely battled the elements. After an extremely dry winter and having to deal with irrigation issues out of our control we have been able to rebound very nicely as the golf course is making leaps and bounds. On April 30th our greens were very stressed due to a lack of water and compaction that we had decided to aerify our greens to get them as healthy as possible. While aerification was occurring maintenance worked tirelessly over 72 hours resodding collars as well spreading 50,000 pounds of fertilizer through the golf course. After about 12 inches of rain this month the grass growth has exploded and we couldn’t be happier. We have some of the best tees, greens, and fairways in the entire area and the golf course continues to get better. We had done a major cleanup of the hurricane debris and now we will replant some trees as well as finish cleaning up the affected areas.

We hope you all come out this summer and sow how The Moc continues to get better.

Groups of 16 or more can contact us in the shop for special group rates. We will have a punch card option for those who are in town for the winter season and would like to make The MOC their winter home. Please call the golf shop for more information at 941 723 0500 or

We have our daily food specials going on as well featuring  our Friday night butterfly shrimp basket.

Thank you very much and we look forward to seeing you soon.

As always, “Its a great day to Golf the MOC.”

While a short miss on the final green denied him a share of the clubhouse lead, Rory McIlroy had plenty of reason to smile after opening the BMW PGA Championship with a 5-under 67.

McIlroy won the European Tour’s flagship event in memorable fashion in 2014, erasing a seven-shot deficit on the final day. But the West Course at Wentworth has otherwise been a house of horrors for the Ulsterman, as he missed the cut in his three other appearances since 2012 and has played the course in a combined 10 over in his eight career appearances.

This marks his first return to the event since 2015, and he’s now one shot off the early pace after a round that at times offered glimpses of his commanding form from recent years.


Full-field scores from the BMW PGA Championship


“I think I did everything pretty well,” McIlroy said. “I drove the ball much better, put the ball in play off the tee a lot more than I’ve done the last couple weeks, so that’s been really good. I thought I gave myself a lot of chances, and I took most of them.”

McIlroy started slowly, and a bogey on No. 9 after a poor approach from the middle of the fairway meant he made the turn in just 1 under. But he got that dropped shot back on the next hole, then added birdies on Nos. 14 and 16 to climb up the leaderboard. He appeared poised to add at least one more tally, but was unable to birdie either of the two closing par-5s at Wentworth including a miss from inside 4 feet on No. 18.

“A little frustrated that I couldn’t get a birdie or two out of the last couple holes, but overall a really good start,” he said.

Making his first start since a missed cut at The Players Championship, McIlroy sits two shots behind Lucas Bjerregaard with hopes for “more of the same” from his game over the weekend on a course that has often had his number.

“If I can hit the ball like I did today over the next three days,” McIlroy said, “I think I’ll be right there.”



Moccasin Wallow Golf Club will be reopening for business on Thursday, May 24th.  Our golf course is in really good shape. Three weeks ago we aerified greens, and spread 50,000 pounds of fertilizer on the golf course. The staff has worked tirelessly to give the best possible product we can. We were able t0 mow tees, greens and fairways so we will not be restricted to cart paths. The golf course has drained very well. Please look at the photos to see what kind of shape we are in.

We look forward to seeing everyone in the near future.

The MOC will be closed on Wednesday May 23rd and hope to reopen on Thursday. We have taken another 3 inches of rain today to bring our total to over 10 inches since Friday . We will do our best to prepare the golf course for Thursday .


Thank you for understanding

The MOC staff

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PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — Tiger Woods left a lot of money, world-ranking points, FedEx points and his Bridgestone golf ball at the bottom of the water in front of the 17th green Sunday.

You would hardly know it based on his positive reaction after he tied for 11th at the Players Championship, shooting a final-round 69 after earlier being in a tie for second place behind eventual winner Webb Simpson.

“I really played really good today. I hit it so good,” Woods said after shooting rounds of 72-71-65-69. “I had control of it from tee to green. I made some putts. I felt good on basically every facet of the game, and it’s weird — not to really mishit a shot today and only shoot 3 under par is just weird … because I played much better than that.”

Woods began the day tied for eighth, 11 strokes behind Simpson. By the time Woods teed off, he had dropped to a tie for 17th.

He steadily climbed the leaderboard with birdies at the second, third, fourth and ninth holes. He added birdies at the 11th and 12th and was 6 under par for his round. At that point, he had closed to within four strokes of Simpson and was tied for second at 14 under par.

But like Saturday, when he was 8 under through 12 holes, the round stalled at the par-4 14th and this time was compounded by a tee shot into the water at the par-3 17th.

In both cases, Woods hit a sand wedge approach, but he said he did not misplay either shot.

“No. 14, it’s blowing downwind, and it’s off the left, and [the pin] is on top of that crown, and I thought it [the ball] was going to skip,” Woods said of the shot from 110 yards. “I thought I was going to have a hard time keeping it up top, and I spun it off the ridge. Left it short and hit a good putt. Just didn’t go in.”

The hole has been something of a nemesis for Woods. It is where he hit his tee shot in the water — leading to a controversial drop — on his way to victory in 2013. He bogeyed the hole Saturday. This time, he pounded a driver 355 yards into the fairway and had the short distance to the flag.

After it came up short and rolled off the front of the green, Woods elected to putt and left it 8 feet short then missed the par putt.

After failing to birdie the par-5 16th for the second straight day, he arrived at the par-3 17th and watched Jordan Spieth stick his shot to a few feet from a precarious pin that is typically on the right side on Sundays.

“I think I messed him up,” Spieth said. “He went and looked in my bag, and I had a 52-degree [sand wedge], which is a pretty aggressive play. I had to draw it from the water. And then he hit one, and the wind is just going like this the whole day, and if he caught this, he’s a tap-in birdie. It was unlucky there.”

Woods said Spieth’s shot did not impact him and that it was simply the wind.

“It was blowing downwind, and then, unfortunately, it switched in my face,” Woods said.

The resulting double-bogey bounced Woods out of the top 10, which meant a significant difference in prize money, FedEx points and the world ranking.

Woods finished at 277, 11 under par and seven shots back of Simpson and three back of second-place finishers Charl Schwartzel, Jimmy Walker and Xander Schauffele.

After beginning the week ranked 92nd in the world, Woods will move up to 80th. He would have been pushing the top 50 with a second-place finish. The drop also cost him approximately $600,000 in prize money, as the three players who tied for second each received $821,333, while Woods got $225,500. He will move from 53rd to 48th in the FedEx Cup standings.

Having won 14 major championships and 79 PGA Tour events in his career, Woods is not much concerned with where he is in the various rankings. But he noted Sunday that he would like to qualify for the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in August.

“One of my goals is to get into Akron, one last time, before we leave there,” Woods said of the tournament he has won eight times at Firestone Country Club. It is moving to Memphis, Tennessee, after this year. “I’ve won there eight times, and I would like to get there with one more chance. But I’ve [got] to do some work between now and then.”


Short of a victory, Woods needs to be ranked among the top 50 in the world as of July 23 or July 30 to qualify.

“He’ll win sometime soon enough,” said Spieth, who tied for 41st after a final-round 74 that included an 8 at the last hole. “He’s certainly playing well enough to do so. All in all, I think he played like a 5- or 6-under round, almost shot 7 or 8 and ended up with 3.

“So his game, if I compare it to other guys that are winning golf tournaments that I’m playing with day to day, it’s right up there.”

Woods will take the next two weeks off and is expected to return at The Memorial Tournament, held May 31-June 3, that he has won five times but hasn’t played since 2015. That year, he shot his highest score as a pro, a third-round 85.

He has come a long way from those days. Some 13 months after spinal fusion surgery, he has played nine worldwide events — eight on the PGA Tour — and posted five top-12 finishes. He has jumped from 1,199th in the world to 80th. And he has some confidence.

“I felt comfortable with every facet of my game today,” Woods said. “Everything felt good. I had control, I was hitting it high, low, right, left, didn’t matter what it was. I felt like I had control of it today.”



Here are our Rates for the Month of May. Our greens have already been aerated and are almost fully recovered. We are doing our best to get many new golfers to play so remember kids play free with a paid adult all day Monday-Friday and Saturdays and Sundays after 10:00 am. We still have a Military and first responders Wednesdays with 10% off to say thank you to those who have sacrificed.

May Golf rates

Mon- Fri

7:00- 7:52am          $29.91 plus tax

8:00-10:52 am.       $32.71 plus tax

11:00- 1:52 PM.       $28.04 plus tax

2:00 – cl.                  $23.36 plus tax

Sat- Sun

7:00-10:52 am.       $32.71 plus tax

11:00- 12:52 PM.    $28.04 plus tax

1:00 – cl.                  $23.36 plus tax

Tonights dinner features are Butterfly Shrimp Basket and French Fries for $9.95. We also have a Chili Cheeseburger and French fries for $10.95. On Saturday May 5 for Cinco de Mayo we will have Two ground beef  Tacos served with  lettuce, tomato, cheese, sour cream, and salsa for $5.00.  Paired well with House Margarita for $3.00.

Come celebrate Cinco De Mayo and watch the Kentucky derby with us on Saturday.

MOC Bar and Grill

9680 Buffalo Rd

Palmetto FL 34221

941 723 0500

May Golf rates

Mon- Fri

7:00- 7:52am          $29.91 plus tax

8:00-10:52 am.       $32.71 plus tax

11:00- 1:52 PM.       $28.04 plus tax

2:00 – cl.                  $23.36 plus tax

Sat- Sun

7:00-10:52 am.       $32.71 plus tax

11:00- 12:52 PM.    $28.04 plus tax

1:00 – cl.                  $23.36 plus tax