Biltmore Golf Course is in Coral Groves, FL. It was designed by a transplanted Scotsman – Donald J. Ross and built in 1925. Being part of the famous Biltmore Hotel, the course offers a five star experience and is part of a rich golfing heritage. Over the years many dignitaries, movie stars and top athletes have played the course. The course itself is a 6800 yard, 18-hole, par 71 treasure which employs variety, strategy and naturalness. It is widely considered to be one of the finest resort layouts in the South. Couple that with a “Biltmore” experience and you will feel like you too have stepped into another world!
Hollywood Beach Golf Course is a championship par-70 18 hole golf course designed by renowned architect Donald Ross in 1924. Located in Hollywood. FL. the course has a private and secluded setting free of homes anywhere. The result is that you will see ducks, ibis, geese, and a parade of iguanas and get a feel of this special area in Florida!
Palm Beach National Golf & Country Club in West Palm Beach, FL. was designed by golf course architect Joe Lee. He took mature stands of Norfolk and Slash Pines, Coconut, Cabbage, Royal and Queen Palms, Live and Laurel Oaks, Cypress and Tabebuia trees and fashioned a dramatically beautiful course designed to be player-friendly. The course has been designed for long ball hitters but comfortable for any golfer who wants to enjoy time out in nature.
Poinciana Country Club is in Lake Worth, FL. and opened in 1976. It is an 18-hole executive course 4135 yards in length. It has somewhat long fairways, with strategically placed water hazards and sand traps and small greens.The longest holes are par 4s and 300 yards in length which make the course a great place to work on your short games skills.