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Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club & Lodge

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Orlando, Florida

The 27-hole Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando is one of the most popular stops for the PGA TOUR. Every year the top golfers meet for a big event. The famous tournament is played on the 18-hole "Champion/Challenger". The breathtaking course sweeps across 270 acres along the shores of the Butler Chain of Lakes.

Innisbrook Resort

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Palm Harbor, Florida

Das Innisbrook Golf Resort liegt in Palm Harbor in der Nähe zu Tampa, Florida, und umfaßt 4 Meisterschaftsplätze. Der berühmteste Golfplatz, Copperhead Course, ist 2015 Gastgeber der PGA-Tour mit der Valspar Championship. Der Island Course ist eng und gilt als ebenso anspruchsvoll. Der North und der South Course tragen einen anderen Charakter und ergänzen das golferische Angebot.

THE PLAYERS Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass

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Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

THE PLAYERS Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass was built in 1982 to host THE PLAYERS Championship. As the first true “Stadium Course” the golf course was designed by the  renowned golf course architect Pete Dye to improve the overall on-site fan experience. The championship-caliber golf course is accessible to all golf fans.  

Trump National Doral

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Miami, Florida

The 90-holes Trump National Doral in Miami is home to five unique courses, including one of golf's most famous - the new Blue Monster Course. Trump National Doral offers exciting golf experiences all at one property. The course transformations in 2013 includes the other courses as well like the "Red Tiger", "Golden Palm", "The Great White" and "Silver Fox".

Blue Monster Golf Course - Trump National Doral

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Miami, Florida

The 18-hole championship course Blue Monster at Trump National Doral is tougher, significantly longer, and more dramatic than ever before. Restored to its past grandeur in mid-2014 initiated by Doral's owner Donald J. Trump who acquired the hottest golf course architect, Gil Hanse, to meticulously resculpt every hole.

Miller Course - Turnberry Island Miami

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Aventura, Miami Beach, Florida

The 18-hole championship golf course Miller Course - Turnberry Island at the Turnberry Isle Miami Resort sits just off the ocean in the master-planned community of Aventura near Miami. Compared to the resort's demanding Soffer Course, the Miller Course par 70 with 6,417 yards from the longest tees is a shorter, more player-friendly test with three sets of tees.

Soffer Course - Turnberry Isle Miami

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Miami Beach/Aventura, Florida

The 18-holes championship Soffer Course - Turnberry Isle Miami (1971) is one of two championship golf courses at the Turnberry Isle Miami Resort & Golf. The Soffer and the Miller Course sit just off the ocean in the master-planned community of Aventura near Miami.

Naples Beach Golf Club

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Naples, Florida

The 18-holes Naples Beach Golf Club was built in the late 1920's. It is a classical Florida style golf course. The course was redesigned by Mark Mahanna in 1948 and then subsequently redesigned three times between 1980-1998 by Ron Garl.  To continue to provide a fresh experience, the resort refurbished the greens and tees in 2010 and completed a refurbishment of the fairways during the Summer of 2011.

Ocean Course - Hammock Beach

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Palm Coast, Florida

Der 18-hole Ocean Course - Hammock Beach (2000) designed by Jack Nicklaus was Golfweek's 2013 Best Courses You Can Play - No. 10 in Florida. This top 100 golf course not only winds along pristine wetlands and sparkling lakes, but also plays six holes directly on the Atlantic Ocean. The course concludes with a thrilling finale dubbed "The Bear Claw" — a collection of four daunting holes precariously edging the sweeping coastline. The Ocean Course received a ranking as one of Florida's Top 5 courses. 

Golf at Hammock Beach is more than the meticulous maintained fairways, white sand bunkers and velvet greens and it should be on every golf enthusiast lists of places to play.

Ocean Course - Palm Beach

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Palm Beach, Florida

The 18-hole Ocean Course (1986) is Florida's oldest 18-hole course an located on site at the Hotel The Breakers in Palm Beach. It is a tree-lined and open parkland course with 6,100-yard, par 70 course, first laid out in 1896 by Alexander H. Findley and redesigned in 2000 by Brian Silva, Golf World's 1999 Architect of the Year. Silva preserved its unique attributes but changed the tee elevation, tee sizes, the surface slopes, pin placement areas and integrated sand and grass-faced bunkers.

The Ocean course is reserved to members and hotel guests only.

PGA National Resort

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Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

PGA National Resort is home to five of the top Florida Golf Courses: The Champion, The Palmer, The Fazio (formerly known as The Haig), The Squire and The Estates.

Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Orlando, Grande Lakes

Orlando, Florida

Der 18-Loch Platz des Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Orlando, Grande Lakes (2003) wurde vom berühmten australischen Golfspieler Greg Norman entworfen. Der Platz gehört zum Hotel Ritz-Carlton Orlando in Orlando, Florida.

Sawgrass Country Club

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Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

The 27-hole Sawgrass Country Club is the premier private country club of Northeast Coastal Florida. Sawgrass Country Club formerly hosted The Players Championship tournament from 1977 to 1981 prior to the tournament moving to its present location. The golf course, now with 27 holes, was designed by noted Arnold Palmer Course Design architect, Ed Seay. Through the years, Sawgrass has been consistently recognized as one of the finest courses in the country and has been included in Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Courses in the U.S., Golf Digest’s Best Courses in Florida, and Golf Week Magazine’s Top 100 Courses in America.

The Sawgrass Country Club courses are being renovated. The three-year project  began in May 2013 with the closure of the West nine.   The second phase  continues with the East nine holes in the spring and summer of 2014, followed by the South nine course in spring and summer of 2015. 

The Breakers Rees Jones® Course

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West Palm Beach, Florida

The 18-holes championship course of The Breakers Rees Jones® Course belong to the Hotel The Breakers Palm Beach, located ten miles away. The course was recently reconstructed as one of the premier golf experiences in the southeast U.S., reflecting the incomparable new-classic style of  golf course architect Rees Jones. From its previous incarnation as Breakers West, the new course has been lengthened to more than 7,100 yards and changed into a par 72 layout. A contemporary counterpart to the historic Ocean Course, The Breakers Rees Jones® Course caters to every level of golfer and provides multiple options thanks to challenging water carries, varied pin positions and large landing areas from all tees.

For the convenience of the hotel guests a complimentary shuttle service will be provided from The Breakers resort to The Breakers Rees Jones® Course.

The Champion Course at PGA National Resort & Spa

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Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

The Champion course at PGA National Resort & Spa was originally designed by Tom and George Fazio for major tournament play and redesigned by Jack Nicklaus in 2014. The Champion hosts the Honda Classic each spring on the PGA TOUR. Although the course has generous landing areas and spacious and accepting greens, golfers are presented with course management challenges throughout the round. Sets of five tees make the course more playable for golfers of all levels.

A must-play on any avid golfer's list, The Champion features the Bear Trap, which spans three demanding holes designed by Jack Nicklaus. The are considered one of Florida's most notable golf challenges.

The Conservatory at Hammock Beach

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Palm Coast, Florida

The 18-hole Conservatory Course at Hammock Beach Floriada (2006) is a Tom Watson signature design course. Together with The Ocean Course it is part of the Hammock Beach Salamander Golf & Spa Resort. It is comprised of 140 acres of dramatic elevation and undulating greens not commonly found in Florida. The Conservatory Course includes nearly 76 acres of man-made lakes and three waterfall features. To the 140 sand and coquina bunkers, Watson also added three sod-faced bunkers, a nod to his affinity for British links-style golf. Golf Digest, in its January 2008 issue, ranked The Conservatory third on its elite list of America's Best New Public Courses.

Currently ranked the longest and hardest course in the state, the Conservatory offers golfers of all skill levels a unique challenge.

Tiburón Golf Club at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort

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Naples, Florida

The 36-holes of Tiburón Golf Club at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort have been designed by golf legend Greg Norman. At The Gold Course and The Black Course (1998 and 2001) golfers can enjoy unique stacked sod wall bunkers, coquina shell waste bunkers and the absence of conventional rough. Following Greg Norman's philosophy of maximizing the natural allure of the land, each element has been carefully integrated to produce a pleasing atmosphere in which to appreciate the finer aspects of the game. 

Tiburón’s two 18-hole championship courses are home to the Franklin Templeton Shootout, which brings many of the top names in golf to this prestigious golf destination.

Turnberry Isle Miami Resort & Club

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Aventura, Miami Beach, Florida

The Turnberry Isle Miami Resort & Club offers two 18-hole championship courses – The Soffer and Miller Courses. Both courses were originally designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and have been re-interpreted by golf icon Raymond Floyd. With contoured fairways, clever doglegs, rolling greens, perfectly carved bunkers, strategically placed water features and a variety of elevation changes to challenge and enthrall casual golfers and enthusiasts alike, Turnberry Isle Miami is a showcase of the best in Florida golf.

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