Jacksonville Golf Course Reviews

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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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Golf Club at South Hampton

Golf Club at South Hampton in St. Augustine, Florida: Truly a family affair

The Golf Club at South Hampton had always been a popular track in the northeast Florida area, but now with new owners, better conditioning and a family atmosphere, play is picking up even more. From the time you check in to the starter, everyone seems to know your name. And with wide fairways and only forced carries for the low handicap players, the golf course is pretty friendly as well.
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Cimarrone Golf Club

Find a challenge at Cimarrone Golf Club

There are plenty of places to lose a ball at Cimarrone Golf Club, located along the southern border of Jacksonville, just 10 minutes from the World Golf Village. All 18 holes feature water or wetland of some type. Still, architect David Postlethwait took what the Florida swamp gave him and did his best to make Cimarrone more forgiving than its tough-guy image implies.
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