Jacksonville Golf Course Reviews

Jacksonville Beach Golf Club - hole 10

Jacksonville Beach Golf Club is more than just a walk in the park

The first thing you notice about Jacksonville Beach Golf Club is how many people are walking the course. They do this mostly because it's not that difficult. The combination of timing and limited land has led to a course that's easy to walk. But while that might be the case, it's anything but easy, especially for those who like to try to overpower a golf course.
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Windy Harbor Golf Club - No. 12

Windy Harbor Golf Club in Mayport: A mission far greater than golf

Part of the appeal of Windy Harbor Golf Club at Naval Station Mayport is its ambiance. At few golf courses can you get a healthy inhale of jet fuel, 8 a.m. revelry, a loudspeaker blaring "The Star-Spangled Banner," and the soft drone of cadence in the distance. The course itself is also memorable because many of the holes don't follow the rules of what a golf hole should be like.

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Selva Marina Country Club, No. 1

Selva Marina Country Club in Atlantic Beach, Fla.: Classic golf with a few twists

Selva Marina Country Club in Atlantic Beach, Fla., is an old-school course that has a few unexpected features that make it intriguingly up to date. Expect a lot of water carries on this golf course and a lot of subtleties, like mid-fairway swales. It's also classic golf, a course that's walkable and can be played in less than four hours. One can sense this course is getting some new life breathed into it.
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