1. Florida Doesn’t Skimp on Golf Courses
There are tons of golf course styles, terrains and skill levels to choose from.
For coastal golf, Oak Marsh at Omni Amelia Island Resort and Ocean Course at Hammock Beach Resort are must-play courses with views of the Atlantic. TPC Sawgrass should be on the top of any golfer’s bucket list. THE PLAYERS Stadium Course is world-renowned and open to the public. Golf Digest recently ranked the Stadium Course No. 2 “Best Course You Can Play in the State of Florida.”
The World Golf Village Resort has two remarkable golf courses. The King and Bear, designed by Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, opened in 2000 with tee boxes ranging from 7,279 to 5,119 yards. The Slammer & Squire was built around the idea of preserving the area’s natural beauty and displays the unspoiled wooded areas of North Florida.
Check out our list of Northeast Florida's best golf clubs and courses for players of every skill level.