Dick Wilson originally laid out the course for the Hole In The Wall Golf Club in 1957 and it opened in 1958. According to folklore Gene Sarazen said: “If I only had one golf course to play, it would be Hole-in-the-Wall.”
The Pete and Alice Dye-designed championship layout at the historic old Gasparilla Inn & Club is very much an island course on its own private island.
Described by the club as “a golf club, pure and simple”, the course at Old Collier is set alongside the Cocohatchee River and Tom Fazio laid it out across 270 acres of park-like ground in 2001.
Sawgrass Country Club is where the Players Championship was held for five years from 1977, at a time when the TPC was still an undeveloped swamp a couple of miles to the south of the property.
The 1923 Donald Ross-designed course at the Gulf Stream Golf Club is located on the Atlantic coast to the north of Delray Beach. In a Seminole style, the property has a central ridge that Ross once more utilised to good effect.
Formerly known as the Independence course, the Watson layout at the 54-hole Reunion Spa & Golf Resort debuted in 2004 and despite an open feel it’s a visually exciting golf course with bold bunkering.
The Breakers oceanfront hotel at Palm Beach is one of America’s legendary destinations and its Rees Jones golf course was awarded “Renovation of the Year 2005”...
Designed by Robert von Hagge and Bruce Devlin in the late 1960s, the Golden Palm course at Trump National Doral has recently undergone a well-received renovation by Gil Hanse.
The most exclusive of the four 18-hole tracks at the Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort, the Burnt Pine layout is a Rees Jones design that offers stunning views of Choctawhatchee Bay on the back nine.
Debuting in 2007, the Jack Nicklaus Signature course at Old Corkscrew Golf Club weaves through a naturally wooded property that, fortunately, remains untouched by real estate.