Public Golf Courses

TPC Sawgrass – Dye's Valley Course

Due to the location of this fabulous course, ocean winds are frequently a factor here. With a number of mounds, uneven lies can frequently be found in these fairways. The undulated greens are large, so expect several tricky putts throughout your...  Read More

Amelia Island Plantation – Ocean Links

With several very short par-4s you can expect to be putting for birdie if you can keep the ball out of trouble off the tee and hit some solid approach shots. Length is not a major concern here; however, the small landing areas and well-guarded...  Read More

The Golf Club of Amelia Island at Summer Beach

It's hard to find even one blade of grass out of place on this immaculate course. With a variety of trees throughout the design, each hole has a unique look and feel and a slew of different challenges and tests. Only open to those staying at the...  Read More

West Jacksonville
Bent Creek Golf Course

This player-friendly course features open fairways with little trouble. Large landing areas allow golfers to hit a variety of shots and still find the short grass. With rolling hills throughout the design, you may encounter several awkward lies....  Read More

South Jacksonville
Eagle Harbor Golf Club

With water in play on every hole and a number of bunkers incorporated into the design, there is enough trouble here to challenge you. However not so much trouble that the course is not enjoyable. These fairways are on the narrow side, so...  Read More

Amelia Island Plantation – Oakmarsh

Incredibly difficult, this Dye design features narrow fairways and tricky greens. With fairway bunkers pinching many of these landing areas, accurate placement off the tee will get you heading in the right direction. Playing from these bunkers...  Read More

Get loosened up before you get to the first tee, as the first hole is a dogleg par-5 with a tee shot that must carry 200 yards over water and marsh to reach the fairway. Hit a couple of good shots to begin with and you can get the round off to a...  Read More

Ponte Vedra

Most visitors walk off this course talking about one thing – how they played #17, a 132-yard par-3 with an island green that is extremely difficult to hit. Arguably the most photographed hole in golf, the 17th is just one of the challenges on...  Read More