Rich in history and natural splendor, this golf course's Panama City Beach, Florida setting is a well-maintained wonderland of wide open fairways and dazzling greens. Signal Hill is the oldest course in PCB and has delighted guests with reasonable rates and a kind, attentive staff for years. The 18-hole course is relatively flat with some simple, confidence-boosting holes and some tantalizingly tricky ones, making it ideal for families, beginners and pros seeking a relaxing round.
Boasting two renowned championship golf courses, this Panama City, Florida resort is set on a uniquely breathtaking wildlife sanctuary with dramatic views of the Grand Lagoon and is hailed as one of the state's most esteemed golf destinations. Both novice and seasoned players appreciate the ever-evolving challenges of the classically-designed Meadows Course and the award-winning Nicklaus Course, formerly the second most challenging course in the US and currently the only Nicklaus design in northwest Florida.
One of the most affordable and family-friendly golf courses Panama City, Florida has to offer, Holiday Golf Club is a semi-private 18-hole, par-72 championship course that is thrillingly tricky yet still immensely enjoyable. The club boasts a gorgeous setting with vast, lake-lined fairways, verdant greens and sugary white sand, as well as a top-notch practice area and the county's only lighted 9-hole, par-3 course. Bring the kids and your A-game, and let the holiday begin.
This semi-private Panama City Beach golf course's award-winning design, considered one of Tom Fazio's most aesthetically striking creations, is set amidst gently-sloping dunes, alluring wetlands and shimmering ponds, with a front nine not far from the coast. The 18-hole, par-72 course measures 7,159 yards and is both fun and challenging for players of all skill levels, so whether you're a dedicated duffer or a star on the green, you're sure to enjoy these lovely links.
Hombre Golf Club is a Panama City favorite boasting three golf courses: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. As trying as they come, these nine-hole courses are beautiful (yes, even The Ugly), with glistening lakes and brightly-hued azaleas. The practice facilities are stellar, as well, and after the game you can forget your score or celebrate it, depending on whether it was good, bad or ugly, by indulging at Siesta Bar & Grill, on-site.