Palm Coast Golf Resort (semi-private)
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101 Sixteenth Road
Palm Coast, FL   32137
p: 386.447.4600

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Located a few miles south of St. Augustine in Palm Coast, Palm Coast Golf Resort is comprised of five 18-hole courses: Cypress Knoll, Matanzas Woods, Ocean Hammock, Palm Harbor, and Pine Lakes. Cypress Knoll was designed by Gary Player to conform to the boundaries of native wetlands and natural lakes. This course measures in at 6,591 yards from the tips. The fairways are narrow and lined with hazards. The Matanzas Woods Golf Club was designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay. The fairways are rolling and water comes into play throughout the course. This course boasts an island green on the 18th hole. Matanzas Woods hosted the PGA Tour Q school in the fall of 1999 and 2000. Ocean Hammock Golf Club is the first oceanfront course to be constructed in Florida since the 1920's. This course plays through dunes and natural oceanfront landscape. Six holes overlook the ocean, including the 468-yard, par 4 18th hole. Amenities include a clubhouse with ocean views, putting and chipping areas and teaching facility. The Palm Harbor Course was designed by Bill Amick, and is the most mature of Palm Coast's courses. Palm Harbor was the home course of Nancy Lopez. The fairways wind through tall palms and pines, requiring accurate tee shots and iron play. The Pine Lakes is also designed by Arnold Palmer & Ed. This course measures in at 7,074 yards from the tips, features water on eleven holes, and several white sand bunkers. For additional information about any of these courses go to www.palmcoastresort.com.

Practice Facilities:
Driving range (grass)
putting
chipping
sand

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Rates:
Amenities:
Motorized carts
Rental clubs

Season:
Open open all year (closed on mondays)
Restrictions:
Dress code
No metal spikes

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