Hidden Hills Golf Club

Hidden Hills Golf Club

Carved into one of the highest elevations in Jacksonville, the Arnold Palmer signature design of our club makes excellent use of the rolling hills for a unique golfing challenge.

Jacksonville, FL

Carved into a hilly area that is one of the highest points in Jacksonville, the Arnold Palmer signature design makes excellent use of the intriguing curves and contours and rolling hills to set up one of the most unique golfing challenges in Florida. This club has a warm, inviting setting that surrounds you with peaceful beauty, the soft chirp of birds and glimpses of wildlife peeking out from the woods.

Built in 1966, the 6,892-yard course was the site for several years of the Greater Jacksonville Open, precursor to today’s THE PLAYERS Championship. Among the winners at Hidden Hills were Gary Player, Tony Jacklin and Don January.

Majestic pines and oaks line lush fairways, with a mix of long, medium and short holes. Sharp doglegs, strategically placed ponds and elevated greens offer great golfing adventures. Superior drainage means that even after the frequently heavy Florida rains, the course is ready for play and in excellent shape. With a driving range, putting green and practice sand bunker, there are ample opportunities for practice. From the championship tees, it's a true tournament course. But as you work forward on the five sets of tees, it eases up a little bit and the average golfer has access to a wide variety of shots, allowing players of all levels to enjoy their round.