We were rated 4 stars by Golf Digest. The dune lined fairways here at Windswept Dunes Golf Club give you the feel of our neighboring "worlds most beautiful beaches". At 7608 yards, this golf experience is far from ordinary- Six sets of tees give golfers of every level a challenge that is just far enough away from the hustle and bustle of Destin and Panama City Beach to be relaxing, yet close enough to get back to the beaches in just a few minutes. Our massive fairways are a beautiful contrast of emerald against the dunes and native vegetation. Our huge, undulating greens are enough to challenge the best golfers- but the good news is, your greens in regulation percentage is sure to go up here!!
The 18-hole "Signal Hill" course at the Signal Hill Golf Course, Inc. facility in Panama City, Florida features 5,617 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71.
The Shark's Tooth Golf Club incorporates the 7,204-yard, 18-hole, golf course, a 10-acre practice facility, a 21,000 square foot club house and a pro shop. There's also a turf care center, four lighted tennis courts and a private beach club. The club house amenities include a restaurant and bar, a large dining room and and locker rooms. The beach club, with approximately100 feet of beachfront on the Gulf of Mexico, is approximately 3 miles from Sharks Tooth and includes beach access, a grill and bar and a swimming pool.
Santa Rosa Club on Scenic Highway 30A in Santa Rosa Beach boasts two picturesque holes overlooking the gorgeous Gulf of Mexico with all 18 holes framed by untouched, natural vegetation. Home of the prestigious Hank Johnson School of Golf, Santa Rosa was selected as the 2009 reader's choice by Florida Golf Magazine. Offering exceptional and friendly service, the course is also a member of Audubon International and one of the few to allow walking.
A six-hole regulation course that alternatively plays as a nine-hole executive course and a 10-hole par-three layout, the Origins course was conceived with the short course concept at its core. Designed by Love Golf Design, which was founded by PGA Tour player Davis Love III, the course is consistent with the origins of the game in Scotland, where six-, nine- and 12-hole courses were commonplace.
The Nicklaus Design Course is truly of epic proportion. It measures more than 7,000 yards with a slope rating of 143 and a course rating of 75.3. The layout lends itself for a truly memorable round, regardless of skill level. It plays along the natural terrain of majestic scrub oaks, towering Florida pine trees, sandy-white waste areas and salt-water marshes. The layout features "illusionary" bunkers that are strategically placed to tempt golfers through a "risk/reward" scenario and uncharacteristic elevation changes that are unique to Northwest Florida.
The Par 60 lay-out which stretches to a length of 3512 yards, was opened in June of 1997, and quickly became an area favorite for its well manicured conditions and ease of play.
Boasting 6,913 yards, it has the length to test the best golfer's distance. Even its advanced tees offer challenge as seen in handicap ratings which range from a 73 at the Ladies' Tees to a 73.3 at the Championship tees.
Hombre's 27 Championship Holes, "The Good, The Bad & The Ugly" feature water on 21 of the 27 holes and is meticulously manicured to PGA specifications throughout the year. Both scenic and challenging, Hombre is nestled amidst wetlands, marshes, lakes and preserves, and is beautifully framed with a stunning assortment of palms, pines and azaleas.
Holiday Golf Club, located only one mile off Panama City Beach is a semi-private, 18-hole par 72 Championship Course. The Greens were designed to challenge even the most experienced short game artist.
The 9-hole "Edgewater Beach" course at the Edgewater Beach Resort facility in Panama City Beach, Florida features 1,326 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 27 . The course rating is 35.0 and it has a slope rating of 113.
The course is built on a flat parcel of land originally covered with scrub vegetation, weedy pines, and flatwoods - not at all unlike the topography of a dozen or more nearby courses. While the site's natural landforms were neither invigorating nor distinctive, those were the qualities that St. Joe/Arvida wanted in its golf course.
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