About Golf Travel Guide to Golf Courses and Resorts in West Palm Beach

Reviews and Listings of Golf Courses and Resorts in West Palm Beach

There are at least a dozen great golfing venues in  West Palm Beach. This About Golf Travel Guide to Golf Courses and Resorts in West Palm Beach with provide you with in-depth reviews to some of the famous, not the least of which is the PGA National Resort & Spa, home of the Honda Classic. This amazing resort, by itself, makes West Palm Beach one of the top U.S. golf destinations. But there are at least 20 more courses in the area - some 360 holes of championship golf - available for public play. Seemingly far away from the hustle and bustle of many other major U.S. golf destinations, West Palm Beach Golf Courses are that much more attractive. Play PGA National Resort, a venue not to missed, then add a visit to Doral and you have a dream getaway in the making.

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    The Abacoa Golf Club, Jupiter, Florida
    ••• The Abacoa Golf Club, Jupiter, Florida. Photo Courtesy of Abacoa Golf Club
    The 18-hole Abacoa course at Jupiter, Florida plays 7,200 yards from the tips for a par of 72. The course rating is 74.6 with a slope of 137 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Joseph L. Lee, the Abacoa golf course opened in 1999.
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    Atlantis Country Club, Palm Beach, County, Florida
    ••• Atlantis Country Club, Palm Beach, County, Florida. Photo Courtesy of Atlantis Country Club
    The 18-hole Atlantis course plays 6,610 yards from the back tees for a par of 72 with a course rating of 72.2 and a slope of 137. Designed by Robert Simmons, the Atlantis Golf Course opened for play in 1972.
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    Binks Forest Golf Club, Wellington, Florida
    ••• Binks Forest Golf Club, Wellington, Florida. Photo Courtesy of Binks Forest Golf Club
    The 18-hole Binks Forest course was designed by Johnny Miller and Gene Bates; it reopened for play after extensive renovation and redesign in 2007.
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    Cypress Creek Golf Club, Boynton Beach

    Cypress Creek Golf Club, Boynton Beach
    ••• Cypress Creek Golf Club, Boynton Beach. Photo Courtesy of Cypress Creek Golf Club, Boynton Beach
    The 18-hole Cypress Creek golf course in Boynton Beach, Florida, Boynton Beach, plays 6,531 yards from the tips for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.0 with a slope rating of 131. Designed by Robert von Hagge, the Cypress Creek golf course opened for play in 1964.
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    Doral Golf Resort and Spa

    The Blue Monster at Doral
    ••• The Blue Monster at Doral. Photo Courtesy of Doral Resort & Spa
    Not really in West Palm Beach, but close enough to make it easy visit while you're there, Doral Golf Resort and Spa is, perhaps, the most famous golf complex on the planet. With five championship courses on the property, including the famed “Blue Monster,” Doral Golf Resort and Spa is, perhaps, the quintessential golf travel destination.
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    PGA National Resort, West Palm Beach

    The Champion Course at PGA National Resort
    ••• The Champion Course at PGA National Resort. Photo courtesy of PGA National Resort
    In addition to its five tournament-level golf courses, the PGA National Resort boasts a 40,000-square-foot European spa, a vast , and a top level golf academy. PGA National is a perfect destination, not just for golf, but for romantic getaways, weddings, family vacations and unique corporate outings.
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    Village Golf Club Royal Palm Beach
    ••• Village Golf Club Royal Palm Beach. Photo Courtesy of Village Golf Club Royal Palm Beach
    The 18-hole Village course at the Village Golf Club facility in Royal Palm Beach plays 6,900 yards of from the tips for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.3 and it has a slope rating of 134. Designed by Mark Mahannah, the Village golf course opened for play in 1975.