Top 10 Golf Courses in Florida
Florida is a great place to play golf all year because it is one of the few states in America that has year-round sun. It has nice weather, excellent golf courses, and excellent practice facilities. The peak golf season for most private Tampa, Florida country and golf clubs is November through March and April. The following are the top 10 golf courses in Florida:
10. Mountain Lake Golf Course
Mountain Lake is ranked first on our list. The course is situated close to Lake Wales on the north scenic highway, about 50 miles east of Tampa. Bermuda Grass Fairways and Tifeagle Grass Greens are found on the 70-par course. It was made by Brian Silva and Seth Rainer. The 6685-yards-long course is somewhat restricted because only members and their guests are permitted entry. Despite the fact that there are only two par fives, it has a great mix of difficult holes. It is extremely challenging to play from the back tees, especially when the wind is blowing.
9. McArthur Golf Club
The Macarthur Golf Club takes the next position on our list. About 8 miles to the north of Jupiter is where it is located. It is a private club that the majority of people have never heard of and was founded by Tom Fazio. A straightforward milk jug serves as one of MacArthur's best logos, and it was chosen because the course was established on a former dairy farm.
8. The Concession Golf Club
The eighth spot on our list goes to the concession golf club. The course is located about 50 minutes south of Tampa near Lindrick lane Bradenton. its entry is still restricted as only
members and their guests are welcome. The course was created by the architect Jack Nicklaus and Tony Jacklin. A true shot-makers course designed with the serious golfer in mind. Greens are flawless, quick, true, and equitable. If you strike the ball where it should go, you will make good scoring plays. If you don't hit the ball well, the course will devour you. Water, sand, and lush grass are abundant throughout fairways.
7. Streamsong Resort - Black Course
The following course is situated 50 miles southeast of Tampa, close to the dunes pass, inside the Streamsong resort. Gil Hanza designed the course, and Matt Jordan is the current head professional. The benefit of Streamsong is that anyone can participate in it. What a fascinating course! Large and immaculate, the fairways are in great condition. Precision is required on the greens. The traps are fairly and well-placed.
6. Hills at Jupiter Hills Club
The Jupiter club is located at Hills Club Terrace Te Casta, 15 miles north of West Palm Beach. George and Tom Fazio founded the club at the start. Only members and their guests are permitted inside the club, which has limited access. The US Amateur Championships were also held at the club. Jupiter Hills has some of the best topography in the state for golf, with the stretches between holes 6 and 11 and 16 and 18 offering a combination of uphill and downhill shots that are uncommon on most Florida courses. This, along with the course's impeccable condition and the club's exclusivity, makes for an excellent experience.
5. Colusa Pines Golf Club
The Colusa Pines Golf Club is ranked fifth on our list. Calusa Pines Drive is about 10 miles northeast of Naples. The club was designed by Michael Herdson and Dana Frye. Only members and their guests are permitted in the club. A fantastic golf course. Massive fairways, stunning green complexes, and flawless bunkers, some of which are extremely penal. \
4. Streamsong Blue Course
Streamsong Blue is one of three courses available at Streamsong Resort. Dunes Pass Streamsong Resort is located 50 miles southeast of Tampa.
Tom Doak created it initially, with some help from Bill Core. It's open to everyone, just like Streamsong Black. You tee off from a 100-foot sand dune on the 1st hole, a drivable par 4. The 6th hole is a drivable par four with the same dune that surrounds the green as the first. Finally, number 7 is the "signature" hole, a fantastic par 3 over water.
3. Streamsong Red Course
The red course at Streamsong Resort is ranked third on our list. Dunes Pass is also 50 miles southeast of Tampa. The red course was designed by Bill Core and Ben Crenshaw. The red course, like the other two stream song courses, is open to all. The routing does result in a stretch of holes 7 through 15 that are predominantly angled and/or pitched from right to left, but such a stretch is not unprecedented. The very engaging first two holes, good short 4s at the 4th and 9th holes, and the sublime Biarritz-inspired par-3 16th are all highlights.
2. TPC Sawgrass Player Stadium
The only actual stadium on our list is TPC sawgrass or player stadium. It is located close to Ponte Vedra Beach, about five miles south of Jacksonville Beach. Pete Dye and his wife Alice were the ones who first invented it. The course is open to everyone, but reservations are required in advance. A significant golf club's US amateur championships have also taken place at the stadium. TPC hardly calls for a review. A top 10 US course that consistently tests the toughest field in the world. Excellent conditions and extreme difficulty. Just getting out of trouble can be difficult, which you will undoubtedly experience at some point. Bring your A-game in the sand.
1. Seminole golf club
The Seminole Golf Club holds the top spot on our list and is considered to be Florida's best golf course. It is located close to Seminole Boulevard, about seven miles north of West Palm Beach. Donald Ross was the one who first invented the club at Juno beach. It is Florida's most exclusive club. It distinguishes itself with its brilliant routing and insistence on flawless golf shots from the first tee shot to the final putt. The Sandy Ridge that runs through the property affects holes 2-3-4-5-11-12, and the best views of the Atlantic can be seen from the highest point on the western side of the golf course. One of the toughest greens to putt on is the par-3 17th green.