Featured Jacksonville Area Golf Courses
Elegantly crafted by renowned golf course architect Arthur Hills, Windsor Parke Golf Club is conveniently located between the Jacksonville Beaches and Downtown Jacksonville, only minutes from the Jacksonville International Airport.
Ocean Links at Amelia Island Plantation winds along the Atlantic coast through six miles of natural sand dunes. The scenic seaside terrain covered with lagoons and marsh wetlands doubles as a nature tour in addition to providing an excellent round. With fairways and greens parallel to the island's beaches, golfers are treated to stunning oceanfront views.
The world renowned Players Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass is the first course of its kind. Built with the intention of being home to THE PLAYERS, it was created for spectators. It was designed as the first stadium-style golf course, offering fans clear and stunning views.
The White Course is one of three courses at Magnolia Point Golf & Country Club. This 27-hole facility sprawls across thick forests of towering oaks that are home to an abundance of wildlife including wild turkeys, deer, and even bald eagles. The natural water hazards throughout the landscape are also filled with waterfowl and alligators.
Nestled in the oak forests of northeastern Florida, the Blue Course at Magnolia Point Golf & Country Club not only provides an excellent game, it is also home to an abundance of wildlife including wild turkeys, alligators, and water fowl. The Blue Course is one of three nine-hole golf courses at the club.
The Golf Club at South Hampton was designed to give every golfer appropriate risk-and-reward opportunities that supply both encouragement to beginners and challenges for more advanced players. The slope and contour of the course’s landscape is its trademark with strategic mounding and over 60 contoured bunkers that emphasize the terrain’s natural undulations.
The Country Club of Orange Park provides a scenic challenge with a diverse landscape of protected wetlands and towering oak trees. There is also a bird sanctuary that runs along the entire right side of the first five holes, offering golfers a glimpse of the wildlife that inhabit the golf course including wild turkeys, deer, and osprey.
Ponte Vedra Golf & Country Club at Sawgrass has a short, tight layout that presents a formidable test to even skilled golfers. This challenging golf course features water on every hole, giving strong iron players an opportunity to work on their straight tee shots.
The Golf Club at Fleming Island Plantation has a diverse landscape that allows for two distinctly different nines. The front nine of the golf course is wide open with waste areas and wetlands to create a classic links feeling.
Sharing a home with the renowned Stadium Course can be intimidating, but Pete Dye's Valley Course at TPC Sawgrass is definitely able to hold its own. The golf course features large greens and an abundance of water that sprawl across rolling hills and valleys. During a renovation in 2006, more than 300 trees were added to the golf course and several bunkers were reconstructed to make them more challenging.
Tucked away in a residential community in the oak forests of northeastern Florida, Magnolia Point Golf & Country Club offers 27 scenic and challenging holes. The Red Course is one of the nines at the club. The layout features tight fairways and small greens that are bordered by fields of magnolias that the club got its name from.
Designed by David Postlethwait, Cimarrone's manicured course conditions and challenging design provide a fun, player-friendly experience for players of all abilities. Beginners will enjoy Cimarrone's well-defined fairways and magnificent greens.
Set along the Intracoastal Waterway, Queen's Harbour Yacht & Country Club is a picturesque golf and yacht community near the beaches of Jacksonville, Florida. Designed by Mark McCumber, the golf course features tidal marshlands and century-old Spanish oak trees.
The newly revamped Jacksonville Beach Golf Club, built in 1959, is one of the only public access courses on Jacksonville's Beaches. The golf course was originally designed by Sam Snead.
The Champions Club at Julington Creek, designed and owned by PGA Professional Steve Melnyk, offers a retreat to traditional designs of the past. With rolling Bermuda grass fairways wrapped around sparkling lakes and dense woods, the Championship Club offers a challenging but playable experience for the advanced and average golfer.
Oak Marsh is a Pete Dye-designed golf course that is one of three 18-hole courses at Amelia Island Plantation. The Oak Marsh course meanders alongside the Atlantic Ocean, providing sweeping views and an ever-changing sea breeze.
Hyde Park Golf Club, built in 1925 by Donald Ross, is one of the oldest in Florida. In 1971, the golf course was purchased by former touring professionals Billy Maxwell and Chris Blocker, who have successfully restored it.
Neighbor to the beautiful Ravine State Gardens, Palatka Golf Club offers a game that is as scenic as it is entertaining. Designed by Donald Ross in 1925, the golf course was created with all skill levels of golfers in mind.
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Fiddler's Green at Cecil Field Golf Club is located at the Cecil Commerce Center, formerly the Cecil Field Naval Air Station. The golf course was built in 1975 and has been managed by Capstone Golf since 2005.
Located just outside of St. Augustine, St. Johns Golf Club offers three distinct nines that meander through thick pine forests and native wetlands. South/North is one of three different 18-hole combinations at the club. Numerous ponds and native wildlife make the golf course as scenic as it is entertaining.
Located in Callahan, Deerfield Lakes Golf Course is less than 10 miles from the Jacksonville International Airport. Its convenient location also makes it accessible from all of Jacksonville, as well as Amelia Island, and South Georgia. The 18-hole layout is player-friendly, providing a good round for all players despite handicap or skill level.
Windy Harbor Golf Club is a military golf course located at the Mayport Naval Station, it was formerly known as the Mayport Golf Club. The seaside course now takes its name from the blustery ocean breezes that sweep through the back nine.
The East/South at St. Johns Golf Club is comprised of two distinct nines that feature a varied landscape of Florida wetlands, towering pines, and native foliage.
Mill Cove Golf Club, which opened in 1990, is an Arnold Palmer Signature golf course located in the heart of the Jacksonville golfing community.
St. Johns Golf Club is home to 27 holes of golf set amongst towering pines, native vegetation, and tranquil ponds. The club offers three different 18-hole combinations. The North/East Course offers two varied terrains featuring Florida wetlands and lagoons. The greens are large and occasionally play very fast.
Located in Florida’s oldest city, Royal St. Augustine Golf & Country Club offers a glimpse of the area’s lush foliage and native marshlands. The course has a visually interesting layout with elevated, sprawling greens and a variety of bunker shapes and sizes.
Since the opening of Bent Creek Golf Course in 1989, the 6,606-yard, par-71 course has provided a challenging golf experience for residents of Northeast Florida and visitors alike.
South/North is one of three golf courses at Fernandina Beach Golf Club. The facility is home to three distinct nines that form three different 18-hole combinations. Winding through thick forests of oaks and pines, Fernandina Beach Golf Club's South/North course offers a glimpse at native Florida wildlife.
Just north of the Jacksonville Airport, Fernandina Beach Golf Club offers three 18-hole courses that are conveniently located within distance of both Jacksonville and the beach. There are three distinct nines at the club that create three different 18-hole combinations. The West/South combination is the tournament course at Fernandina Beach Golf Club.
The King & Bear Course at World Golf Village is named for its designers, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. It is the first and only collaboration between the two legendary golfers. Combining the contrasting styles of the two designers created a challenging course that incorporates features from both traditional Scottish-links courses and new traditions in American golf.
The 7,037 yard Clyde Johnston design at Eagle Landing weaves through the Florida landscape and takes on a vintage feel as he incorporates several of the classic design holes from around the world into the par-72 layout.
Amelia River Golf Club is located on Amelia Island, just north of Jacksonville and within minutes of the historic town of Fernandina Beach. Renowned as one of the best-conditioned courses in the area with incredibly smooth greens, sculpted around a forest of majestic Live Oaks, Sable Palms, Pines and Wax Myrtles.
Fernandina Beach Golf Club is home to three distinct nines, the North, South, and West that make up three different 18-hole combinations. This 27-hole facility boasts a unique configuration on each of the nines for a truly diverse golfing experience. The North/West course at Fernandina Beach Golf Club combines the longest nine, the West, and the shortest nine, the North.
Located in Green Cove Springs at the Reynolds Industrial Park, River Bend Golf Links is a locally owned, public course that offers a relaxing, enjoyable round. The course has been offering classic links golf since 1950, although then it was known as Cattail Creek.
The Golf Club at North Hampton offers a traditional Scottish links-style course right in northeast Florida. Designed by Arnold Palmer, the layout meanders through dramatic elevation changes of over 40 feet and ten spring-fed lakes lined with coquina boulders.
Carved from a forest of pines and winding through wetlands and lagoons, St. Johns Golf & Country Club offers a scenic 18-hole round located between St. Augustine and Jacksonville. The course features tree-lined fairways and large, fast greens. There is also the occasional two-tiered green to look out for.
World Golf Village is home to 36 challenging holes of championship golf. The Slammer & Squire Course is named after the two World Golf Hall of Fame legends, Sam Snead and Gene Sarazen, who served as consultants to the course's designer, Bobby Weed.
The nine-hole Blue Cypress Golf Course at the Blue Cypress Golf Club facility features 3,229 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36.