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Ocean Hammock Golf Club One of the finest golf destinations in the country is Flagler county. Palm Coast, located in the heart of Flagler county, is home to the only resort in the U.S. with courses designed by Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player.

Palm Coast Golf Resort's five signature courses provide a lifetyle for a resident that's the envy of nearly every golf enthusiast - a true "golfer's heaven." The courses, all located in some of Florida's most picturesque woodlands, each have their own individual style and variety of challenges.

Ocean Hammock Golf Club is a magnificent new Jack Nicklaus Signature design featuring six holes along the Atlantic Ocean, offering every player a challenge.

Palm Coast
Cypress Knoll
53 E. Hampton Blvd.

Gary Player designed Cypress Knoll Golf Club to conform to the boundaries of native wetlands and natural lakes. At 6,591 yards, it's been called an "environmental masterpiece" that can be enjoyed by all players. The narrow fairways are lined with hazards that make reaching the greens in regulation a challenge and the collection of par threes is the best you'll find anywhere.

Pine Lakes
400 Pine Lakes Parkway N.

Recently voted the 13th best golf course in Florida, Pine Lakes is the longest of the Palm Coast courses. Fortunately for the big hitters, it can also be the most forgiving! On the other hand, there is water on half of the holes and long-iron approach shots are uncommon. Pine Lakes has hosted the PGA Tour Qualifying School. It was designed by Palmer-Seay. Several white sand bunkers are subtly positioned on the fairways. The rolling fairways and manicured greens are always beautifully maintained. Pine Lakes was recently voted the 13th best course in Florida.

Matanzas Woods
398 Lakeview Blvd.

The Matanzas Woods Golf Club was named one of the best new resort courses in Florida by Golf Digest. The Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay design has an abundance of water and rolling fairways and is a favorite with men and women players. The 18th hole, with its island green, is among the most photographed holes in Florida. In 1999 and 2000 Matanzas Woods hosted the PGA Tour Q School.

Palm Harbor
Casper Dr.

Bill Amick's Palm Harbor Golf Club is the most mature of Palm Coast's courses and was the home course of Nancy Lopez. Carved from stands of tall palms and pines, it requires accurate tee shots and iron play. With its 13 doglegs and strategically placed burms, you may find yourself using every club in your bag.

Ocean Hammock
105 16th Rd.

Ocean Hammock has been recognized as: * One of the "Top 10 New Courses You Can Play" by Golf Magazine * One of the "Best New Courses" by Golf Digest * Named a "Modern Classic" by Links Magazine and *"Top 100 You Can Play" by Golf Magazine Grand Haven

Designed by golf legend Jack Nicklaus, this course is among a select group of Nicklaus Signature Courses in the world. This par 72 course offers a challenge for players at every level. Designed around the area's lush natural wetlands, it boasts three holes along the spectacular Intracoastal Waterway.

Grand Haven
2001 Waterside Pkwy.

Designed by golf legend Jack Nicklaus, this course is among a select group of Nicklaus Signature Courses in the world. This par 72 course offers a challenge for players at every level. Designed around the area's lush natural wetlands, it boasts three holes along the spectacular Intracoastal Waterway.

St. Augustine Golf Clubs
The Golf Club at South Hampton
315 South Hampton Club Way, St. Augustine

This par 72 link-style course was designed by Mark McCumber and plays from 2,846 to 6,952 yards from the tips. The open, rolling fairways lead up to large, undulating greens that roll very fast. There are six sets of tees to accommodate all skill levels, and sixteen large lakes and over sixty contoured bunkers provide for some interesting challenges.

St. Johns Golf & Country Club
205 St Johns Golf Dr.,
St. Augustine

This par 72 18-hole championship course ranges from 5,286 to 7,236 yards. Architect Clyde Johnston designed St. Johns in the traditional "Florida" style, with tree-lined fairways and large fast greens that vary in undulation.

World Golf Village: The Slammer & The Squire
Two World Golf Pl.,St. Augustine

This course was named after Sam Snead and Gene Sarazen. It meanders through the scenic beauty of native flatwoods and hardwood hammocks, while bordering on wetland preserves and wildlife habitat. The greens are very large and undulating and built like "upside-down" table tops, which is reminiscent of vintage greens. A number of fairways are tree lined, however, they are very playable and directed not at punishing beginners, but present an interesting challenge for the advanced golfer.

World Golf Village: The King & The Bear Course
Two World Golf Pl., St. Augustine

This course was designed by Nicklaus and Palmer. It measures 7,279 yards from the back tees. The course blends two distinct styles: the front nine has a more open, "linksy" feel, while the back nine is more traditional and tree lined.

Daytona & Ormond
LPGA International Champions and Legends Courses
300 Champions Dr., Daytona Beach

The home of the LPGA Tour presents challenging, affordable and memorable golf. The newer Legends Course, designed by Arthur Hills, guides the golfer through testing, target golf, surrounded by tall, dense pines, magnolias and centuries-old oaks.

The Champions Course, designed by Rees Jones, opened in July 1994, and is much more forgiving. At 7,088 yards from the back tees, this links-style designed course present problems if you get an uneven lie on the strategic mounding, or stray one into the marshy areas or numerous lakes. Champions was the first golf course in history designed for professional women golfers. Golf for Women rated it No. 1 among "America's Best Women-Friendly Golf Courses.", and the LPGA moved its headquarters here in 1989 from Houston.

Halifax Plantation Golf Club
3400 Halifax Club House Drive, Ormond Beach

This traditional course is surrounded by Bulow Estate Park and Tomoka State Park. It is very scenic with 100 year old oaks. Designed by golf course architect, Bill Amick, the semi-private, 7,128-yard , par 72 is tree-lined, has puttable contoured greens and a choice of five elevated tees. Old-style features include fairway bunkers that appear greenside, but in fact are 40 yards in front.