Park Ridge Golf Course is one of the most unique courses in South Florida. You will not find elevation changes like this anywhere in the area. Topping 85 feet at its highest point it just may be the highest golf experience in South Florida. Our friendly staff will do everything possible to ensure you have a great time while playing the course. The greens roll fast and true and there are five sets of tees to accommodate all ages and abilities.
Park Ridge was voted top 5 favorite places for locals to play by the Palm Beach Post. It was also a prequalifying site for the Honda classic in 2012 and annually hosts the Player’s Ability Test for the South Florida Professional Golfer’s Association.
By creating an 18-hole golf course on the closed Lantana Landfill, Palm Beach County and the Solid Waste Authority turned a useless piece of property into a popular community asset. Originally closed in 1987, the Solid Waste Authority and Palm Beach County began construction of this unique facility in 2004. The golf course which was opened to the public in March of 2007 has received engineering and environmental awards. Park Ridge Golf Course is proud to participate in the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for golf courses (ACSP), and is committed to environmental stewardship.
Park Ridge Golf Course, features nationally recognized LPGA and PGA instructors and provides affordable group and private instruction for all ages and abilities. Park Ridge is home to the Junior Golf Foundation of America, whose mission is to provide all youth the opportunity to learn and play the game of golf and embrace the core value associated with everyday life.
Park Ridge Golf Course is an 18-hole regulation length golf course in Lake Worth, Florida. This medium-length layout provides for a fun golf experience for golfers of all skill levels. Difficulty level of the course is unknown at this time, but will be provided soon. Online tee times may be available at Park Ridge Golf Course or at nearby golf courses, often at a substantial discount from the going green fees rate.
|18 total holes at facility |
|Green fees - $39 to $49 (estimate) |
|Designed by Roy Case and Jeffrey Grossman|
|Built in 2007|
|Driving Range: Yes|
|Municipal golf course|