Florida’s Palm Coast Golf Challenges Avid and Novice Golfers Alike

Florida’s Palm Coast is located between historic St. Augustine and sunny Daytona Beach, just off Interstate 95. With great year-round golfing temperatures, you can escape the cold and visit the Palm Coast in winter, or plan a trip for the whole family in the summer. The Palm Coast features Oceanside links designed by the likes of golf legends Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Tom Watson. Avid golfers will find slope ratings that are fit for champions, and the most proficient golfers and the novice alike will be challenged by the variety of golf courses and changing breezes coming off of the Atlantic.

If you’re golfing the Palm Coast, we recommend checking out the following courses.

Courses at Hammock Beach

Spectacular ocean waters and perfectly groomed fairways await you at the golf courses at Hammock Beach Resort.

Conservatory Course

The Conservatory Course offers dramatic elevations and undulating greens, not commonly found in Florida. Man-made waterfalls, babbling brooks and veneered stone highlight the course. With six tee boxes at each hole, the Conservatory Course accommodates golfers of all skill levels. Designer Tom Watson also added three sod-faced bunkers, a nod to his affinity for British links-style golf.

Ocean Course

Every once in awhile you’ll find a course that takes your breath away, and the Ocean Course at Hammock Beach will do just that. Cut out of the coastline, this Jack Nicklaus design features six holes which overlook the Atlantic Ocean. Shoot around sparkling lakes, elevated mounds and cinnamon-colored bunkers, made from native coquina sand. The natural landscape will give you an unforgettable round of golf.

Palm Harbor Golf Club

Palm Harbor Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 72 golf course with superior conditions and a unique personality. Conveniently located between Daytona Beach and the Historic St. Augustine area, just off Interstate 95, the course offers sloped fairways, strategic bunkers, natural water features and generous greens. When you golf Palm Harbor you’ll test your abilities and use all of the clubs in your bag. This is a golf course that you will want to play again and again.

LPGA International Courses

The LPGA International Courses were voted the “Top 50 Golf Courses and Top 100 Golf Shops” by Golf for Women Magazine.

Hills Course

The championship design by Arthur Hills has hosted the ADT Season Ending Championship, Florida State Golf Association Championships, the NCAA Championship and annually hosts the LPGA Qualifying School. The layout provides the perfect balance of power, finesse and fun. With tight well-bunkered greens, undulating fairways and abundant hazards, the Hills Course requires strategy on each of the 18 holes.

Jones Course

Blue skies, pristine fairways, glistening water and challenging mounds await you at the Jones Course, located in Daytona Beach. The course has hosted national, state and local championships and is home to the LPGA Tour. The Jones Course features strategic mounding, tranquil marsh areas, nature preserves and numerous lakes and bunkers. The Jones Course is a favorite among professionals and a challenge for golfers of all skill levels.

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