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5 Winter Warmer Golf Trip Ideas

Not everyone braves the winter elements with icy noses, numb fingers and layer upon layer of thick clothing. Here in Florida, we welcome the winter elements and see this season as a chance to beat the crowds and explore the beautiful golf courses that our Sunshine State has to offer. Looking for a place to thaw out and experience world-class golfing? Here are 5 winter warmer golf trip ideas in North Florida.

Cimarrone Golf Club 

Cimarrone Golf Club is a mere 15 minutes from the World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine. The golf course is a David Poselthwait championship design that meanders through the pine forests and thick marshlands of North Florida. The 6,900 yard layout plays along a mildly rolling terrain with significant fairway and green side mounds and plentiful water hazards. Rated 4 stars out of five by Golf Digest Places to Play, the course was chosen as one of the Top 100 Golf Courses in Florida.

 

Link Up at Oak Marsh

Renowned, beautiful and challenging, Oak Marsh at Omni Amelia Island Resort is truly a Northeast Florida gem. The 6,500-yard, classic Pete Dye-designed course has 14 holes with water hazards and numerous bulk-headed greens.

 

Be Seen At TPC Sawgrass

TPC Sawgrass – The Players Stadium Course has been reviewed as one of the best golf courses in the world. Located directly next to the Marriott Sawgrass Resort & Spa, your stay accommodations and your golf experience will be second to none.

 

Use All The Clubs In Your Bag

The Palm Harbor Golf Course offers challenging sloped fairways, strategic bunkers, natural water features and generous greens.

 

Challenge Your Abilities

Challenge your abilities on the 7,037-yard Clyde Johnston course at Eagle Landing Golf Club. See features of the course, nearby lodging options, packages and more.