The Sunshine State is arguably the epicenter of American golf. With more golf courses than any other state in the U.S., it’s easy to see why so many golf vacations lead to Florida.
But with hundreds of golf courses to choose from, selecting the perfect one (or three) for your golf trip to Florida can be tricky. We’re here to make it easy. From oceanfront fairways to PGA TOUR stops, this is where you need to tee it up on your golf trip to Florida.
Seminole Golf Club has long been one of the nation’s most exclusive clubs in the deep south of Florida. Originally designed by Donald Ross in the 1920s, Seminole boasts an incredible oceanfront layout with elevated greens, natural dune patches, and wind shifts on every hole. If given the chance to play, Seminole is simply too good to pass up on your golf trip to Florida.
Host of the annual PLAYERS Championship, golf’s unofficial 5th major, a round at TPC Sawgrass is one of the most sought-after tee times on a golf trip to Florida. While the course itself is highlighted by the famous island green on the par 3, 17th, the remainder of the course is equally as impressive.
Streamsong Resort boasts three different courses all of which have received national rankings: Streamsong Red, Streamsong Blue, and Streamsong Black. Designed by a team of four world-class golf course architects, Hanse, Doak, Coore, and Crenshaw, Streamsong pays homage to Scottish links with its undulating fairways, wild grasses, and deep pot bunkers. Unlike any other golf resort in the state, Streamsong is an excellent choice on your golf trip to Florida.
The highly exclusive Calusa Pines is truly the only one of its kind in Florida. The club reportedly spent $1 million on dynamite to assist in creating what are now some of the most dramatic elevation changes you’ll play on a golf trip to Florida. Strategic bunkering and undulating greens are offset by wide fairways with plenty of room for bailouts. Calusa Pines feels a world away from South Florida thanks to its massive oaks and pines that allude to the sandhills of the Carolinas.
Nestled between the Intracoastal Waterway and Jonathan Dickinson State Park, Jupiter Hills is a great addition to your itinerary on your golf trip to Florida. The club features significant elevation changes, hence its nickname “The Hills.” While the elevation changes are the most notable characteristic of this exclusive club, the course also features a distinct sand ridge, slick greens, and an ingenious layout.
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