For golf trips Palm Beach-style, don’t miss the opportunity to play one of the many championship courses in Palm Beach. With weather allowing year-round play and courses designed by the greatest golf course designers in the game, it’s easy to see why The Palm Beaches is Florida’s Golf Capital. The Town of Palm Beach is home to some of the finest restaurants, shopping, resorts in addition to championship golf courses.
The Breakers Ocean Course, Florida’s oldest historic resort and one of the most picturesque 18-hole golf course. The Ocean Course has been redesigned to restore it to a beautiful vintage feel. The course is 6,167 yards and will test your abilities. It has been referred to as a “shot-maker's course” encompassing views of the Atlantic Ocean. Resort guests can tee up at the newer course, The Breakers Rees Jones Course. This course is just 10 miles west of the grand hotel. The Rees Jones course has a terrific layout and is absolutely challenging as well. The Breakers Resort has stated that the two courses are “decidedly different, yet equal in caliber—our championship courses are a study in exquisite contrasts”.
Another gorgeous golf course is Palm Beach Par 3. As noted, this course features a par 3 worthy of the sights alone. It’s a spectacular course. Originally designed by Dick Wilson and Joe Lee and renovated by Ray Floyd, this 18-hole course features nine holes on the Atlantic Ocean and nine on the Intracoastal Waterway. Palm Beach Par 3 has a new beautiful clubhouse with great vistas of the Atlantic Ocean and an Italian restaurant on site.
With over 160 picturesque golf courses in Florida to choose from feel like golf aristocracy and walk in the footsteps of legends. There is a reason all the world’s best golfers don’t just play here – they live here too.