Fort Lauderdale

There are a number of fine executive courses in the area. These courses get you out in the midst of nature and help you brush up on your game. Some of the local executive courses are Eco Golf Club, Boca Dunes Golf & Country Club – Executive Course, Greynolds Golf Course, and the Briar Bay Golf Course. All are available with discount teetime prices.

The Club at Emerald Hills in Hollywood, FL. is one of the longest courses in the area. It is considered to be one of the best courses for the truly serious golfer.The Club was opened in 1969 and was designed by Bruce Devlin and Robert Von Hagge. It features some of the areas best kept fairways with emaculate undulating greens, contoured bunkers and hills. The experience was recognized by Golf Digest as one of its “Best Places to Play.” The course offers 7,117 yards of golf for a par of 72.

Hollywood Beach Country Club and Golf Resort in Hollywood, FL. is one of the oldest courses in the area. Designed by David Ross and built in 1924, the course has a classic park style layout. The course is relatively tight, requiring a fair amount of accuracy. The hazards are very strategically placed and the layout will test your golfing skills. You will find it is a great place to relax.

Palm Aire Country Club & Resort in Pompano Beach, FL. is the site of three championship 18-hole courses and the 9-hole Sabals course. The 18-hole courses are The Oaks, The Palms and The Cypress courses. Each has been designed an acclaimed golf course designer.The Palms opened in 1972 and was designed by William Michell and renovated in 1996 by Karl Litten and Lorrie Viola. The Cypress and Oaks courses were designed by George and Tom Fazio and opened in 1972 and 1973.The course have tree-lined and open parkland designs. More details are available on our course pages.

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