The sport of golf is one of the top things to do on Florida’s Historic Coast—and with good reason
Florida's Historic Coast is home to the World Golf Hall of Fame, THE PLAYERS® Championship, PGA TOUR and Champions Tour, and dozens of world-class coastal golf courses. Florida’s Historic Coast is also on the Florida Golf Trail. Golf groups can play where the pros play, explore premier golf courses, discover new skills and build life-long friendships at one of St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra signature courses.
Our Signature Courses
- Stadium Course, TPC Sawgrass - Known as Pete Dye’s signature course, The Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass is home to THE PLAYERS Championship and entails a par-72 course with an iconic 17th hole.
- Dye’s Valley Course, TPC Sawgrass - Designed by Pete Dye, Bobby Weed and Jerry Pate, Dye’s Valley Course was opened in 1987 and is known for its impeccable greens and bodies of water on every hole.
- Conservatory Course, Hammock Beach Resort - The Conservatory Course located in Palm Coast consists of just under 76 acres of land and water, including man-made lakes, multiple water features, winding creeks, a waterfall, coquina bunkers, and sod-faced bunkers.
- King & Bear, World Golf Village - Designed by Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, The King & The Bear golf course measuring 7,279 yards from the back tees, highlights Florida’s unique landscape.
- Lagoon Course, Ponte Vedra Inn & Club - Designed by Robert Trent Jones and Joe Lee, The Lagoon Course is a par-70, including narrow fairways, countless trees, and multiple bodies of water requiring accuracy and precision.
- Ocean Course, Hammock Beach Resort - Designed by Jack Nicklaus, this breathtaking par-72 oceanfront course measures 7,201 yards from the back tees.
- Ocean Course, Ponte Vedra Inn & Club - Originally designed by Herbert Bertram Strong in 1928 this ocean course includes lagoons, mounds and sand bunkers strategically lining the fairways. (Re-opening in Fall 2020)
- Slammer & Squire, World Golf Village - Designed and created by Bobby Weed, Sam Snead, and Gene Sarazen, The Slammer & Squire course showcases Florida’s wetlands, wooded areas, and natural beauty while including spectacular views of the World Golf Hall of Fame.
- St. Johns Golf Course, St. Johns Golf Club - Designed by Clyde Johnston. The course is delicately carved out of a pine forest, the course at St. Johns offers five sets of tees plus a family tee that varies the length of the course from 7,250 yards down to 2,400 yards.