The Hombre opened in December 1989 with 18 holes and hosted its first PGA Tour event in 1990, The Panama City Beach Classic. In 2001, Hombre added the "Good" nine holes (3170 yards, par 35) to go along with the original "Bad" and "Ugly" nines. With 27 holes, Hombre can give you three different 18 hole options. Hombre's "the Good, the Bad & the Ugly" are now open for play with new greens and tee complexes. Hombre has just competed the two-year renovation project where the original 18 holes (Bad - Ugly) have been rebuilt from tee to green. While the layout has not been significantly changed, the appearance has definitely been freshened with subtle changes to the green complexes and the visual look of the bunkers as seen from the larger teeing areas. The Hombre's four sets of tees allow golfers to choose the level of difficulty that best fits their game and handicap. On the original 18 holes the course plays from 5,400 yards (senior tees) to 6,836 yards (championship tees) for the men while the ladies layout is a challenging 4,901 yards.