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Guide to Florida Golf Course and Golf Resorts


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Guide to Florida Golf Course and Golf Resorts
The Clubhouse at TPC Sawgrass - THE PLAYERS Club

The Clubhouse at TPC Sawgrass - THE PLAYERS Club

Copyright © 2011 Blair Howard
Here is my latest guide to Florida's golf courses and golf resorts. I'm proud to say it's the most complete and up to date golfer's guide to Florida available. Planning a golfing vacation in Florida? This guide will provide all the information you need to make your trip successful. Here you'll find listings and reviews of more than 500 of the best Florida golf courses and resorts, from the Panhandle to Miami, from Jacksonville to Pensacola, and from Naples to Orlando.

It's my goal to help you to find the information you need as quickly and as easily as possible: including green fees, tee times, cart and club rentals, number of holes, golf course architect, yardages, slopes, ratings, and the weather, along with local attractions, beaches, restaurants, and hotels close to the action. To make finding things easy, I've split the state into five separate regions:

Need more help? Try these tips for planning your Florida golf vacation:

Most of the listings for the resorts and timeshares included in this guide offer the complete family experience: fantastic golf, all sorts of on-site amenities from swimming pools, to spas, from restaurants to water parks. Activities can include deep sea fishing, scuba diving and, of course, those famous Florida beaches. Finally, and most important, there are programs just for the kids. In short, this is the best and most complete golf travel resource you'll find anywhere, so dig in, browse around, and plan your golfing vacation or getaway.

Play Golf the Year Round in Florida:

All of Florida's golf courses are open the year-round, even in the Northeast - the average mean temperature there is 70 degrees, although I've been in St. Augustine when it hit below freezing. Even so, the courses were open and playable.

The best time to go: The Low Season is Always Best: In South Florida, the low season is from May through October when the courses are rarely crowded.

How to get There:

Four major air terminals, and a dozen regional airports put all of Florida's great courses within easy reach: Miami, Orlando, Jacksonville and Pensacola. Look for the best airline and car rentals using the links below to compare prices on airfares and car rentals of all ratings:

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