Hidden Hills Golf Club

Carved into one of the highest elevations in Jacksonville, the Arnold Palmer signature design of our club makes excellent use of the rolling hills for a unique golfing challenge.

Jacksonville, FL

Hidden Hills Offers You an Unforgettable Arnold Palmer Design. This 6,892-yard private golf course at Hidden Hills Country Club was previously the site of the Greater Jacksonville Open, a tournament that eventually evolved into what is now the TPC Sawgrass. Among winners at our course were Gary Player, Tony Jacklin and Don January.  It’s now an Arnold Palmer Signature layout, known for its intriguing curves and contours and rolling fairways, a setting that you don’t often find in Florida. Our fairways are lined with majestic pines and oaks; our lush greens have won a name for Hidden Hills in North Florida. Take a look at Hidden Hill's course hole by hole here. You’re going to like the variety, a mix of one-third very long holes, one-third medium length holes and one-third short holes. Sharp doglegs, strategically placed ponds and elevated greens offer some great golfing adventures. And the five sets of tees work to even things out so that everyone loves playing Hidden Hills.

After 50 years the PGA Tour & Tony Jacklin returned to Hidden Hills to host the Jacksonville Championship! Chairman, Tony Jacklin was the honorary chairman, for qualifying members of the McKenzie Tour, Latino America Tour, PGA Tour China, Korn Ferry Tour and PGA Tour. The 54-hole Local iQ Series tournament boasted a $100,000 purse and tremendous career opportunities for the touring pros and contested on September 23, 24 & 25.