- Quick Rounds
- 9-hole course
- PGA Heritage: Hosting the Jacksonville Open in 1945 and 1946, won by the legendary Sam Snead, Brentwood Golf Course holds a significant place in the history of professional golf in Florida
- Be prepared for a test of your golfing skills on this course, as its design by Donald Ross ensures strategic challenges and rewards for precise shot-making
Designed by the renowned Scottish golf architect, Donald Ross, Brentwood Golf Course offers a historic and challenging 9-hole layout that has been cherished by golfers of all skill levels for decades. Nestled within the historic backdrop of Downtown Jacksonville, Brentwood Golf Course carries a rich legacy dating back to its establishment in 1923. Originally part of the bustling city center, the land was repurposed into a picturesque golfing oasis, featuring undulating fairways and meticulously manicured greens. The course's association with the PGA Tour, particularly the hosting of the Jacksonville Open in the mid-20th century, further cements its status as a landmark in Florida's golfing heritage. As a 9-hole course, Brentwood Golf Course offers a convenient option for golfers seeking a shorter round, perfect for those with limited time or looking to squeeze in a quick game. Whether you're a seasoned golfer seeking a challenging round or a newcomer eager to experience a piece of golfing history, Brentwood Golf Course promises an unforgettable day on the links.