Why Florida’s First Coast Should Be Your Next Golf Trip

Earlier this year, we were voted the 2017 “North American Golf Destination of the Year”.

Earlier this year, we were voted the 2017 “North American Golf Destination of the Year” by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators. There are quite a few reasons that we were awarded this honor—reasons that we think will help you plan your next golf vacation to northeast Florida.

Five coastal regions lend access to a true, year-round golf destination, full of entertainment on and off the course. Florida’s First Coast is the annual host of The PLAYERS Championship and home to the World Golf Hall of Fame, a state-of-the-art concert venue, an NFL team, 75 miles of beautiful beaches and the clincher: championship golf.


If you’re a local or visiting golfers looking for your next golfing trip, check these out:

The PLAYERS Championship

This PGA annual golf tournament is hosted on the signature Pete Dye course, considered by many as the crown jewel of northeast Florida.


The World Golf Hall of Fame

Located in the heart of historic St. Augustine, you can see exhibits, artifacts, videos and photographs of golf greats and more.


Courses with Atlantic Coastline

With over 75 miles of pristine coastline, we’re the perfect location for shore-hugging holes and seaside scenery.


Jacksonville Jaguars

After a round, catch a Jags game at EverBank Field, located in the heart of Jacksonville and near several courses.


Daily’s Place Amphitheater

The newest addition to EverBank Field, this state-of-the-art music venue has already hosted some of the biggest acts in the world.


An Abundance of Craft Breweries

You can take full advantage of the traditional post game drink at one of northeast Florida’s local craft breweries.


Easy to Get Here and Get Golfing

JAX Airport, the aviation hub of northeast Florida, receives over 82 daily inbound flights and is conveniently located near 12 golf courses.