Featured Palm Beach Area Golf Courses
West Palm Beach Golf Course has hosted a variety of tournaments since opening in 1947, some that have included famous players such as Arnold Palmer. This historic course stands out from all of the area's public courses. Unlike Florida's many flat courses, West Palm Beach has an undulating terrain that provides interesting elevation changes.
Westchester Golf & Country Club boasts 27 holes of championship golf that are divided into three nines: the Blue, Gold, and Red. The courses, which are all designed by Karl Litten, are played in three different 18-hole combinations. The Golf/Red combination is a challenging but playable layout.
Banyan Cay Golf Club & Resort (formerly known as President Country Club) offers two championship golf courses, the Eagle and the Patriot, that are centrally located within minutes of the airport, Palm Beach, and the Worth Avenue shopping district. The Eagle Course is the newer of the two courses.
There are three different championship nines at Westchester Golf & Country Club: the Blue, Red, and Gold. There is also an 18-hole, par-3 course that is great for a practice round. All designed by Karl Litten, the courses are played in three different 18-hole combinations. The Red/Blue combination is covered with lush vegetation that is unique to southern Florida.
Boca Greens Country Club is like most Florida golf courses in that it has a rather flat landscape with plenty of water, but it stand out for its scenic views and challenging but player-friendly layout designed by Joe Lee.
Palm Beach National is a “must play” for any golfer travelling to the Palm Beach area and for local golfers too. Palm Beach National boasts a classic, Joe Lee designed championship golf course with some of the most memorable golf holes in the entire county.
Palm Beach Golf Course is an enjoyable par-3 course that offers a round that is as good as a championship course. It is one of the top-rated par-3 courses in the country. The innovative Paspalum turf that is used throughout the course is both drought and saltwater-tolerant, guaranteeing lush green conditions no matter what.
Located just south of the Palm Beaches, Atlantis Country Club has a convenient location that is just minutes from Palm Beach International Airport. The golf course stands out from others in the area thanks to the abundance of mature oaks and pines as well as massive banyan trees. The lush landscape is reminiscent of a course you would find in North Carolina.
With over 200 courses in Palm Beach County, architect John Sandford knew he would have to create something special to get attention. At Madison Green Country Club he did just that, creating a unique course that combines many of the best features from local courses, with a few surprises all its own.
Westchester Golf & County Club in Boynton Beach is conveniently located just minutes from the ocean. The club offers 27 holes of championship golf as well as a sporty 18-hole, par-3 course that is great for practice. Karl Litten, a well known name in south Florida golf, designed all of the holes. The Blue/Gold combination has a classic layout that is player friendly enough for beginners but also offers challenges for the low handicapper.
Hammock Creek Golf Club is the first golf course in Florida designed by the father-son team of Jack Nicklaus and Jack II. The course, which has hosted several events on the Golden Bear Tour, is said to be a formidable test from the championship tees.
With a name meaning 'quiet waters' in the Seminole language, Okeeheelee Golf Course is situated amidst lush, rolling hills that overlook the sparkling waters of Clear Lake. Okeeheelee's Osprey/Heron Course features a variety of elevation changes.
Located in western Lake Worth, Poinciana Country Club is one of several great short courses that south Florida has to offer. At just over 4,000 yards, it is a quick and challenging test of your target golf skills. The greens are small with large breaks and there are swaying palms lining the fairways.
The Hawk/Falcom combination has a gently rolling landscape enhanced with native vegetation. The elevation changes are subtle but they still provide a few tricky lies. The Falcon/Raven Course has a rolling landscape that is enhanced by native vegetation and a playable quality thanks to five sets of tees.
Boca Dunes Golf & Country Club offers a Championship Course as well as a nine-hole executive course. Opened in 1970, the Championship Course has a classic design that is player friendly enough for beginners. At more than 7,000 yards from the back tees, the golf course offers a good round for long hitters but the diverse set of tees makes it more accommodating.
A championship 72-hole golf course measuring just less than 6,900 yards, Village Golf Club is a Mark Mahannah design. The Village has hosted a number of PGA of America events in addition to many local charity tournaments. The Village blends sand traps, water hazards and mature cypress trees to create and atmosphere like no other. It has one of the largest driving ranges in the County.
Boca Raton Municipal Golf Course boasts a championship course as well as a nine-hole Executive Course. The Championship Course is challenging but playable thanks to four sets of diverse tees. The rolling landscape is dotted with lakes and mature trees that provide challenges throughout.
Sugar Cane Golf Club, as its name would imply, sprawls across western Palm Beach County's vast sugar cane fields. Opened in 1987, the golf course features mature landscaping and a classic design that is challenging but playable.
Situated just minutes from the Gold Coast beaches in the heart of Boca Raton, Southwinds Golf Course enjoys warm ocean breezes and lush vegetation. Water is a prominent presence throughout the course. Water hazards come into play on 16 holes.
Lake Worth Golf Club borders the Intracoastal Waterway for just over a mile. There is no shortage of scenic courses in south Florida but this one still manages to stand out. Many of the holes run parallel to the Intracoastal, offering beautiful views and a cooling breeze.
Delray Beach Golf Club is the championship sister course to the executive Lakeview Golf Club, which is located less than a mile away. It is also less than three miles from downtown Delray Beach. Opened in 1926, Donald Ross designed the layout and over the years, touring professionals on their way to Miami have made it a habit to stop and play the classic design.
Okeeheelee Golf Course boasts 27 scenic holes of championship golf. The holes are divided into three nine-hole courses that are played in three different 18-hole combinations. The Heron/Eagle golf course will test your target golf skills. The course features elevated greens surrounded by bunkers and fairways lined with tall trees and deep rough
Forest Oaks Golf Club in Lake Worth is a public course that is still one of south Florida's best-kept secrets despite having good conditions and affordable rates. The golf course offers an enjoyable round that is challenging but playable.
Located in South County Regional Park, Osprey Point Golf Club offers the first course in Florida to be designated as an Audubon International Classic Signature Golf Course. The Hawk/Falcom combination has a gently rolling landscape enhanced with native vegetation. The elevation changes are subtle but they still provide a few tricky lies.
Cypress Creek Country Club in Boynton Beach offers classic Florida golf. The course is mostly open and it features wide, player-friendly fairways. The layout is notable for being Robert Von Hagge's first design. It is a traditional layout that casual players will enjoy but it has challenges in store for the low handicapper as well.
Formerly known as Grand Lacuna Golf Club, this par-71 championship course now goes by the name Atlantic National Golf Club. Designed in the late 1980s by Joe Lee, the course was designated one of the 50 best public courses in Florida.
Play 18 holes of challenging yet enjoyable golf through 140 acres of the Loxahatchee Natural Preserve at Sandhill Crane Golf Course. This Par 72, Roy Case designed course is truly a "walk in the gardens". The peace and quiet is interrupted only by the sounds of nature. Southern pines, palm trees frame the course giving you breathtaking views and quality golf, while still being affordable!
Lakeview Golf Club is a favorite amongst Delray Beach locals. It is a par-60 executive layout that offers the perfect level of challenge for beginners, juniors, and senior golfers. It is the sister course to Delray Beach Golf Club, a championship course that is less than a mile away. Opened in 1972, the golf course has a classic design that measures just over 3,000 yards.
The golf course offers 27 holes that are played in three different combinations. The Falcon/Raven Course is one of the combinations. It has a rolling landscape that is enhanced by native vegetation and a playable quality thanks to five sets of tees.
Situated just minutes from historic downtown Delray Beach, Polo Trace Golf Club is one of south Florida's premier golf courses. It is a links-style layout that plays over 7,000 yards, making it the perfect place for long hitters. Karl Litten, a well known name in south Florida golf, designed the course as closely as possible to the traditional links courses of the British Isles while staying true to the landscape.
Founded in 1940, the Golf Club of Jupiter is one of the town's oldest golf clubs. It is a local favorite that is still a pretty well kept secret from the rest of the state. It is not the most challenging layout that low handicappers will ever encounter, but it is a quick, playable round with excellent service and a friendly atmosphere.
Okeeheelee Golf Course offers 27 holes of championship golf. The name is Seminole for 'quiet waters,' an appropriate name since the course's secluded parkland setting overlooks the sparkling waters of Clear Lake. The Eagle/Osprey combination will test your target golf skills.
Park Ridge Golf Course transformed what was formerly the site of the Lantana Landfill into a popular municipal course. Construction began on this unique undertaking in 2004 and the end result was certified by Audubon International as a Cooperative Sanctuary. The course climbs up to 85 feet, making it one of the highest golf courses in the county.