Golf Courses We Play
Okeeheelee Golf Course
Offering 27 holes of championship golf in a pristine, quiet, park setting, Okeeheelee Golf Course has offered quality golf to Palm Beach County for more than 20 years. The course is set up in three nine-hole courses that can be played in multiple 18-hole combinations, providing the potential for a different golf experience on each visit to the facility. Every hole features five sets of tees, so all skill levels will feel comfortable playing at Okeeheelee.
Park Ridge Golf Course
One of the most unique golf courses in South Florida, Park Ridge golf courses offers elevation changes like no where else in the area. Built by Palm Beach County and the Solid Waste Authority on a retired landfill, Park Ridge tops 85 feet at its highest point. The unique set-up of the course includes six par 3s, six par 4s and six par 5s.
Osprey Point Golf Course
Having received numerous awards since its opening in 2010, Osprey Point Golf Course is one of the top public golf courses in Florida. Featuring 27 holes spread out in three nine-hole courses, Osprey Point provides a serene setting with a Platinum Paspalum turf, which presents a lush playing surface from tee to green.
Southwinds Golf Course
With wildlife ranging from Canadian geese to otters and from foxes to iguanas, Southwinds offers a serene setting where a walk in nature is occasionally interrupted by the swing of a club. With water on nearly every hole, shot placement is a must. The winner of numerous awards throughout the years, Southwinds is proud to be a certified Audubon International Cooperative Sanctuary.
John Prince Learning Center
One of the top golf practice facilities in the country, John Prince Golf Learning Center is a state-of-the-art facility that features more than 50 grass and mat hitting stations on its lighted driving range, whcih has multiple target greens. One of the premiere stand-alone driving ranges in the nation, the Learning Center also features more than 16,000 square feet of practice putting and chipping greens and has three regulation practice holes.
Martin Downs Golf Course
Martin Downs Golf Club opened its first course in 1976, the legendary Crane Creek course. A few years later the Osprey Creek course was built, giving golfers a choice between a traditional Florida golfing experience (Osprey Creek) or a lush Carolina-style course with long rolling greens and magnificent, mature trees. Designed by legendary Treasure Coast Golf Architect Charles Ankrom, the Osprey Creek course plays longer than its 7,000 yards from the back tees due to prevailing Easterly wind. With greens that roll fast and true with five sets of tees, Osprey Creek will not disappoint any golfer of any ability.