Whether it's by plane, train or car — Northeast Florida welcome's you to a memorable golf getaway.
Your Trip to Northeast Florida is Just a Flight Away
Arrive by Plane
Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) is most travelers gateway to Northeast Florida and the gateway to a golfer’s paradise. Located in Northeast Florida, JAX is the region’s airport for business and leisure travelers. The airport is also conveniently located near many of the city’s business districts as well and serves as the region’s airport for Northeast Florida's 5 unique golf vacation destinations: Jacksonville, Amelia Island, Clay County, Palm Coast, St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra, home of The Players Championship.
JAX offers non-stop flights to major U.S. cities, including several international gateways. Nine low-cost and legacy airlines provide service to the Northeast Florida region. The airport offers free wi-fi, convenient parking, comfy rocking chairs, world-class art exhibits, and an array of shopping and dining options. Taxis, hotel shuttles, limousine services, and on-site rental cars are also available.
For a list of air carriers and nonstop destinations click here. For more general information about JAX, visit www.flyjax.com
Arrive by Car
Northeast Florida is conveniently located at the crossroads of I-10 and I-95 making it accessible from any direction. With several US Highways — U.S. 1, U.S. 17, U.S. 90, and U.S. 301 — and many local highways, visitors can drive to any golf course with ease.
Arrive by Train
Amtrak provides railroad passengers daily service to and from Jacksonville. The Jacksonville Amtrak station is conveniently located only 15 minutes northwest of Downtown Jacksonville and 30 minutes west of Hidden Hills Golf Club.
West of the St. Johns River in the heart of Clay County you will find numerous golf courses located within Orange Park, Fleming Island, Green Cove Springs, Keystone Heights, Penney Farms, and Middleburg. Situated 30 miles from Jacksonville's airport, Clay County is home to many award-winning golf courses
In Jacksonville, you can golf at pristine public courses designed by the best in the game, then enjoy locally caught seafood at waterfront restaurants and wash it down with a pint from a Jax Ale Trail brewery.
This golfer’s paradise offers courses that are as challenging as they are beautiful, earning it the nickname “the Pebble Beach of Florida.” Inland marshes, freshwater lakes, and maritime woodlands mingle with immaculately manicured links designed by Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, and Tom Watson.