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Best Golf Courses in Florida, Part 2

Best golf courses in sunny Floriday

There were so many great golf courses in Florida that we couldn’t fit them all into just one article, so here’s part two of the Best Golf Courses in Florida.  No golf trip to Florida is complete without playing a round or two at these great courses:

Hammock Beach Resort (Ocean), Palm Coast

If your dream is to tee off along the ocean, with the smell of salt water in the air and the sound of waves crashing just feet from the hole, the Ocean Course at Hammock Beach Resort is calling you. This legendary course, designed by Jack Nicklaus, is among the top ranked in Florida, according to Golf Week, Golf Digest and Golf Magazine.

Innisbrook (Copperhead), Palm Harbor

Copperhead has long been home to the PGA’s Valspar Championship, both for its striking beauty and the significant challenge this course presents. At more than 7,300 yards, this course will push your long game to the limit. Copperhead is absolutely fabulous and has earned top 10 rankings from all the major golf publications.

Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill, Orlando

Another popular stop on the PGA Tour is Arnold Palmer’s Bay HIll Club, home to the Champion, Challenger and Charger courses.  These 27 holes are not to be missed by fans of the PGA, but do keep in mind the strict dress code.

Doral (TPC Blue Monster), Miami

This historic golf course is more than just a name in history, it’s a significant challenge for golfers of all types. Deep bunkers, long fairways, undulating greens, deep rough and multiple water hazards combine to create an unmatched experience on this newly renovated course. The Blue Monster has secured its place in golf history and the hearts of generations of golfers.

PGA National (Champion), Palm Beach Gardens

Any golfer who has a chance should play the PGA National’s Champion course. Not only is this the home of professional golf, the 2002 renovation led by Jack Nicklaus added modern flair to a course that already featured amazing grass and plenty of challenging holes.

Before you head to Florida for these awesome golf destinations, stop by our website, 3balls.com, to stock up on everything you’re going to need to play in the sun, sand and rain. We’ve got a huge selection of wedges, drivers and bags that would be perfect for the greatest courses in Florida golf. You can even trade-in your old equipment toward something shiny and new — after all, there’s no reason to play some of the PGA’s favorite courses without the right gear.­

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