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Easy Season on Florida’s Historic Coast

Late summer, early fall is the best time to play golf and explore Florida. Read the Top 10 Reasons to Visit St. Augustine & Ponte Vedra during “easy season.”

“Crowds get smaller and hotel rates get lower - yet in late summer St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & the Beaches remains livelier than ever.”

For golfers, late summer/early fall in Florida is the optimal time to get on the course and get out and explore the area. The weather is perfect and breezy, footfall is light, course and accommodation rates and packages are lower and seasonal events are going on all throughout the area. Florida Historic Coast has coined this time their “easy season.”

Take a look at their blog, “Top 10 Reasons to Visit St. Augustine | Ponte Vedra in Late Summer.” These ten reasons will easily make you want to plan your next golf vacation in Florida’s First Coast.

 

St. Augustine

Near historic St. Augustine, the nation’s oldest city, is the World Golf Hall of Fame museum, the PGA TOUR Golf Academy and two championship golf courses designed by PGA Tour legends: Slammer & Squire and King & Bear.

Courses

Cimarrone Golf Club

Golf Club at South Hampton

King & Bear at the World Golf Village Resort

Palencia Club

Slammer & Squire at the World Golf Village Resort

St Johns Golf & Country Club

St. Johns Golf Club

 

Ponte Vedra

Ponte Vedra is home to Northeast Florida’s signature golf course, the TPC Sawgrass The Dye’s Valley Course and The PLAYERS Stadium Course. This par 72 course, with 7,215 yards, has proven to be a challenge for even the world’s best golfers.

Courses

TPC Sawgrass - The Dye’s Valley Course

TPC Sawgrass – THE PLAYERS Stadium Course

Palm Valley Golf Club

Oak Bridge Club at Sawgrass