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5 FLORIDA GOLF COURSES YOU MUST PLAY
South Florida Sun - Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale, Fl
Author: Craig Dolch Date: Sep 13, 2009
1 The Stadium Club at TPC Sawgrass - For years at The Players, you've seen the famous island green on this course at Ponte Vedra Beach, so why not take your own shot at the par-3 17th? It's the only course you will play where you're thinking about the 17th hole from the time you start warming up. 904-273-3235, tpc.com/sawgrass
2 Bay Hill Club & Lodge - The Dick Wilson-designed Orlando course has long been one of Florida's top traditional layouts. Stop in the dining room and order an Arnold Palmer (half iced tea, half lemonade) - and you might just see the real thing playing cards in a low-stakes game with the buddies. 888-422-9445, bayhill.com
3 World Woods Golf Club (Pine Barrens Course) - This is one of top designer Tom Fazio's best works. Situated about an hour north of Tampa in Brooksville, this course offers scenery and undulating greens not often seen in Florida. Definitely worth the drive. 352-796-5500, worldwoods.com
4 Crandon Golf Key Biscayne - Just minutes from the bustle of downtown Miami and the bling of South Beach sits one of the nation's most respected public courses. Crandon Golf Club Key Biscayne offers a stunning view of Biscayne Bay - think "Miami Vice" with the racing boats - and a course that was respected by some of the game's great players when it hosted a Champions Tour event in the 1990s and 2002. 305-361-9129, crandongolfclub.com
5 Palm Beach Par 3 - Palm Beach resident Raymond Floyd is redesigning this gem of a short-game course situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. When the course reopens in November, there will be six holes along the ocean. This was where Sam Snead famously squealed his tires in the parking lot after losing to fellow Hall of Famer Louise Suggs in an exhibition.
561-547-0598, golfontheocean.com -Craig Dolch, Special to Tribune Newspapers Credit: -Craig Dolch, Special to Tribune Newspapers
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