Flagler County is quickly becoming a premier golf destination world wide. With a multitude of courses, many of which are oceanfront, Flagler County is home to some of the most scenic and artfully designed courses in the country.
Grand Haven Golf Club
”Walking in the footsteps of a legend” is the feeling one experiences at Grand Haven Golf Club. Personally designed by golfing legend Jack Nicklaus, the manicured greens and fairways of this 72-par course offer a challenge worthy of the world’s top players. At the same time, it provides enjoyable year-round play for members and guests at every level.
Hammock Dunes: Tom Fazio Links Course
This award winning course is an absolute seaside masterpiece. The hundred acres that comprise the course stretch across miles of pristine beachfront, oak hammock forests, lakes and marshes. Designer Tom Fazio says "at Hammock Dunes, the course seems not to so much intrude upon nature as to complement it."
Ocean Hammock Golf Club
Ocean Hammock, a Jack Nicklaus Signature design is a beautiful, challenging 18-hole course with eight holes that overlook the ocean. Lakes, dunes and forested terrain add to the challenge. The course earned a spot on "The Top 10 New Courses You Can Play" by Golf Magazine.
The Grand Club Pine Lakes
Pine Course is an Arnold Palmer Signature design and is a favorite of tournament players. A fixture among the rankings of Florida's best, the Pine Course has hosted scores of professional and prestigious amateur events. Fortunately for big hitters, it can also be forgiving. There is water on half its holes, and long-iron approach shots are not uncommon.
Halifax Plantation Golf Club
Nestled within a lush and magnificent canopy of century-old Oaks, tall Pines and natural vegetation on high rolling terrain, Halifax Plantation Golf Club is one of the most picturesque and enjoyable courses you'll play in Central Florida. Designed by highly course was created to challenge the novice and expert golfer with its choice of elevated tee boxes and undulating greens.
The 18-hole "Cypress Knoll" course at The Grand Club Course facility in Palm Coast, Florida features 6,800 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.9 and it has a slope rating of 138. Designed by Frank Henegan /Gary Player Design, the Cypress Knoll golf course opened in 2005.