Home to the World Golf Hall of Fame, Northeast Florida, known as Florida's First Coast, is home to magnificent golf courses in Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Palm Coast and other historic cities. Pete Dye, Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus are just a few Legends showcasing championship designs.
The Slammer & Squire course is located in the heart of the World Golf Village Resort near Jacksonville, Florida and is considered one of St. Augustine Florida's best golf courses. This 18-hole championship resort course was designed by Bobby Weed with design consultants Sam "The Slammer" Snead and Gene "The Squire" Sarazen.
The King & Bear course at World Golf Village is the only collaboration between golf's greatest legends, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. The King & Bear course is set among sparkling lakes, majestic pines, and stately oak trees in northern Florida. Each hole contains characteristics of both players to create a unique Jacksonville area golf course.
Located at Amelia Island, Ocean Links Golf Course winds along a coastal Atlantic dune ridge, majestic ocean views are showcased on Ocean Links’ five oceanfront golf holes. The fairways and greens are parallel to the beach on Amelia Island and meander through a unique coastal maritime hammock.
Designed by renowned course architect Pete Dye, The Oak Marsh Golf Course is a classic course located on beautiful Amelia Island. Opened in 1972, Oak Marsh Golf Course features tight fairways and small greens, meandering along serpentine salt marsh creeks and through the moss draped heritage oaks.
Known for its incredibly smooth TifEagle greens and meticulously maintained fairways, Amelia River Golf Club is one of the most prestigious courses in all of North Florida. Carved thru a forest of live Oaks, Sabal Palms, and Pines, this Tom Jackson designed championship Jacksonville golf course measures 6,808 yards from the championship tees.
Designed by renowned architect Clyde Johnston, Eagle Landing Golf Club is meanders through the natural Florida landscape. Mimicking several of the classic designed holes around the world, the 7,037 yard championship test is a stern test of golf with a vintage feel.
Opened in 1989, Bent Creek Golf Course has consistently been recognized as the City of Jacksonville's premier public golf course. Measuring 6,620 yards, the par 71 championship Jacksonville golf course provides a fun, challenging round of golf for golfers of all skill level.
Designed by Clyde Johnston, St. Johns Golf & Country Club is an extraordinary place located between St. Augustine and Jacksonville, Florida. A challenging golf course to hone your skills, St. Johns Golf Club is known for its consistent quality of service and conditions. Consistently being nationally ranked for customer satisfaction and loyalty by the National Golf Foundation, St Johns Golf Club has hosted the PGA TOUR Qualifying School in 2004, 2006-2009, 2011, and 2013-2014.
The Conservatory Course, a Signature Design by Tom Watson, is a links style masterpiece comprised of 140 acres of dramatic rolling hills and huge undulating greens not commonly found in Florida. Located at the luxurious Hammock Beach Resort, The Conservatory currently holds the honor of being the longest and hardest ranked course in Florida.
The Ocean Course, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Design, features six holes on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. With more holes on the ocean than any course in Florida, this course is truly "Florida's Ocean Course". From the breathtaking ocean views from the practice range to the famous finishing holes dubbed the "Bear Claw", The Ocean Course offers a truly memorable golf experience.
Designed by Tommy Songs, Fernandina Beach Golf Club is one of the most popular municipal golf courses in the country. Featuring 27 holes of golf and located within close proximity to Jacksonville, Fernandina Beach Golf Club is a fun, challenging round of golf.
Enjoy the glory of Old Florida at Palm Harbor Golf Club. Recently renovated, redesigned, and reopened in 2009, Palm Harbor Golf Club has been voted People’s Choice for the Best Golf Course in Flagler County every year.
Designed by Pete Dye, Bobby Weed and player consultant Jerry Pate, Dye’s Valley Course at TPC Sawgrass is the sister track to the celebrated The Players Stadium Course. The Valley Course is the only course in Sawgrass which does not force you to carry over water on any hole. Its modern design and construction enables this course to be the finest golf course in Sawgrass.
The world famous Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass is the permanent home to The Players Championship. As the first true “Stadium Course,” it was designed to improve the overall on-site fan experience. Finally, the Stadium Course would be a championship caliber course accessible to all golf fans.
Opened in 1988, Cimarrone Golf Club measures 6,891 yards from the championship tees. Meticulously maintained course conditions are prevalent as you journey from the multi-tiered tees to the spacious, rolling fairways and approach the lush, contoured greens.
Opened in 1999, the Golf Club at South Hampton is yet another Mark McCumber championship design in Northeast Florida. With 16 large lakes, over 60 contoured bunkers, towering pine and oak trees, the Golf Club at South Hampton is a challenge for all playing abilities. Meticulously maintained fairway roll thru the native Florida landscape provide a serene setting.
Opened in May 2002, The Palencia Club is private golf club located conveniently in the heart of the Palencia’s Village Center. The challenging Arthur Hill’s designed 7,071-yard masterpiece golf course winds through centuries-old maritime oak trees and along the Intracoastal Waterway.
Opened in 1993, Eagle Harbor Golf Club is situated amidst majestic, tower pines to provide a tranquil setting for a peaceful round of golf. The course features numerous lakes and sheer, natural beauty. With water coming into play on 11 of 18 holes, accuracy is a premium at Eagle Harbor.
Meticulously crafted by renowned golf course architect Arthur Hills, Windsor Parke Golf Club is the premier 18 hole championship golf course in the Jacksonville area. Windsor Parke Golf Club features sculpted, rolling fairways, strategic bunkering and dramatic elevations that are typical of a Hills layout. This Jacksonville golf course has the distinction of being selected as one of the top 100 golf courses in the state of Florida.
Carved into the natural surroundings, The Golf Club at North Hampton meanders around spring fed lakes lined with coquina boulders. Native wild grass and rolling dunes resonate a Scottish Links style golf course. Designed by Arnold Palmer and renowned course architect Ed Seay, The Golf Club of North Hampton is located in Fernandina Beach, Florida.
Opened in 1992, Champions Club at Julington Creek prides itself on meticulously maintained course conditions from plush tee boxes to the manicured fairways to the smooth, quick Tifdwarf Bermuda greens. Designed by Steve Melnyk, Champions Club is carved around and thru native Florida wetlands bordering Julington Creek. The lush fairways meander thru towering woodlands and glistening lakes providing a stern test of golf for players of all ability.
Magnolia Point Golf Club was designed to be enjoyed by golfers of all skill level. Each shot is as beautiful as the last with fairways and greens lined by majestic oaks and fragrant magnolias. Not the typical resort or development course, Magnolia Point was designed for golf. The magnificent oaks, magnolia trees and tall pines are the backdrop for your final approach shots.
Designed by legendary course architect Donald Ross in 1925, Hyde Park Golf Club in Jacksonville, Florida is a classic, traditional golf course.