Best Golf Holes in Northeast Florida

Florida’s First Coast is filled with golf holes for both beginners and seasoned golfers. Book a tee time and add these to your must-play list.

Best Golf Holes to Put on Your Must-Play List

Home to 75 miles of world-class coastal golf courses and resorts, Florida’s First Coast is filled with must-play holes for both beginners and seasoned golfers. Book a tee time and explore some of the legendary courses and relive the stories of some of the PGA Tour’s best golfers.

Here’s a look at some of the most talked about golf holes found in Northeast Florida

Amelia Island – Oceanfront Holes

The Ocean Links golf course at Omni Amelia Island Plantation features five exceptional holes along the par 70 course with 6,300 yards. Ocean Link's #4, #5, #6, #15 and #16 holes are all oceanfront, making them some of the most sought after holes in the area. Running parallel to the beach, both the fairways and the greens overlook the water. Combined with the ever changing sea breeze, the course provides a challenge for even the most skilled golfers.

TPC Sawgrass – 17th Island Green

Known as Northeast Florida’s signature golf course, the TPC Sawgrass is also home to THE PLAYERS Championship each May. The famed 17th island green is listed at 137 yards and has proven to be a challenge for even the world’s best golfers from Tiger Woods, Sergio Garcia and Fred Couples.

Hyde Park Golf Club – Hogan’s Alley

Jacksonville’s Hyde Park Golf Club served as home to a PGA Tour event in the 1940s and 1950s. In 1947, Ben Hogan made a memorable 11 on the 6th green, notably only a par-3 hole with golfers now commonly call the hole ‘Hogan’s Alley’. Byron Nelson, Sam Snead and Babe Zaharias are among the legends that once teed it up at Hyde Park.

Plan Your Visit

Discover these courses and test your skills at these legendary holes. For more information and to inquire about tee times and golf packages across Florida’s First Coast, call (800) 530-5248.