The 7,209-yard Shark’s Tooth is part of an 800-acre residential community and the routing makes excellent use of delightful rolling ground, which is ideal for golf but unusual for Florida...
Pine Barrens is the World Woods golf course that receives most of the accolades but do not overlook Rolling Oaks. Both are from Fazio’s top drawer but both courses came from very different cabinets.
The Conservatory golf course is certainly not elementary and Tom Watson’s Hammock Beach 7,746-yard inland monster may well have played host to the inaugural 2007 Ginn Tournament...
Along with the 18-hole Miller layout, the Soffer course forms a fantastic 36-hole challenge at the Turnberry Isle Miami resort, where many of the holes are routed around substantial water hazards.
Crafted by Jack Nicklaus, the 18-hole New course at the Grand Cypress Resort brought the number of holes in play at this facility to 45 when it opened for play in the late 1980s.
Architect Ron Garl was tasked by the Victoria Hills Golf Club to set out a challenging course within the Victoria Park community and he certainly delivered with this 18-hole track.
Redesigned and reopened for public play in 2006, the 18-hole layout at North Palm Beach Country Club is one of only a few municipal Nicklaus Signature courses that golfers can play in all of the USA.
Founded in 1911, the Country Club of Orlando is one of the oldest country clubs in Florida and their old Donald Ross-designed course has undergone a number of renovations down the years...
A late 1980s Tom Fazio creation, the course at the Emerald Dunes Club in West Palm Beach was fully renovated by the same architect some twenty years after it was first unveiled.
Founded in 1967, Boca Rio Golf Club is one of Florida’s least well-known golf courses. Designed in an understated style by the late Robert von Hagge, it's a class act from an uninspiring period in modern golf course architecture.