The Bay Island course was last to open in 1994 and it’s considered to be the toughest of the Arthur Hills trio here at Bonita Bay.
The golf course at Juliet Falls is a 7,239-yard John Sanford design and it’s the architect’s finest creation to date.
Originally designed by Herbert Strong back in 1928, the Ocean course at Ponte Vedra Inn & Club has subsequently been upgraded by both Robert Trent Jones Snr and Bobby Weed.
Kelly Plantation Golf Club is billed as “The Crown Jewel of the Emerald Coast” and for once the course matches the hype.
One of three outstanding 18-hole layouts on offer at PGA Village in Port St Lucie, the Dye course more than holds its own against the other two Tom Fazio designs.
Upgraded in recent times by Ray Floyd, the Miller course at the 36-hole Turnberry Isle Miami resort was originally designed by Robert Trent Jones Snr in the late 1960s.
An outstanding Arthur Hills layout, the Hills course (formerly known as Legends) at LPGA International is the perfect foil to its 18-hole sibling, the Rees Jones-designed course.
The 18-hole layout at the Deltona Club was completely renovated by Bobby Weed in 2007 when tees, fairways and greens were reworked throughout the course and waste areas introduced at a number of holes.
The Copperhead course is arguably E. Lawrence Packard's best achievement but his Island course – host to numerous U.S. Open qualifiers and NCAA Championships – is not far behind in the rankings.
The Members Golf Club at The Ritz-Carlton, Sarasota is an exclusive course available only to members of The Ritz-Carlton Members Club and guests of the resort.