Hardcore golfers dream of being on the links whenever they possibly can.
If you’re golfing, you’re happy. If you’re not golfing, you’re happy to think about the next time you will be. It’s even better if you can bring a friend along, and it’s perfect if you’re on a great golf course.
Here are a few of the most highly recommended golf courses near St. Augustine.
Cimarrone Golf Club
Just under 7,000 yards, this par-72 championship-layout golf course was designed by David Postlethwait and has its own pro shop and restaurant.
Though it is a pro course, it’s accessible and enjoyable for all levels of play, from beginner to expert. The fairways are great, with well-manicured greens and good definition. You can book your tee time online or by phone.
Dye’s Valley Course
Ranked 21st in the “Best Courses You Can Play” by Golfweek in 2017-18, Dye’s Valley at TPC Sawgrass is no stranger to elite-level tournaments. Book a tee time here, and you won’t regret it.
Julington Creek Golf Club
Just 45 minutes from St. Augustine and formerly known as Champions Club, Julington Creek features 18 holes of championship-level golf that will surprise and delight any golfer at any level. You won’t be bored here.
Julington Creek is a club that’s actively growing, so you know it’s good, and it’s open to the public. Most folks get around all 18 holes in just over four hours.
King & Bear Golf Course
Two greats, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, came together to design and create this masterpiece located in World Golf Village. It’s the only course on the globe designed with input from both masters. Better yet, King & Bear is open to the public and has lots of entertainment options at its world-class restaurant when you’re done on the links.
Golfing and Assisted Living in Saint Augustine
Golfing is a great option for staying active in independent living in St. Augustine, FL. There are many more great courses out there to explore, especially if you’re looking for courses near facilities with assisted living in Saint Augustine.
The best thing to do is enjoy life; what better way to accomplish that than on the golf course? With a course designed by a legend (or two!), there may not be anything more pleasurable than just getting out there and hitting the links with a friend or three.