Florida boasts more golf courses than any other state in the U.S. But it’s the quality and accessibility that keep travelers coming back. And two relatively new golf destinations are getting some well-deserved attention.
The legacy of old Florida lives on in Martin County, where the arts and cultural attractions embody the natural beauty of classic Florida, while providing a fun, Key West vibe and nearly 22 miles of beautiful beaches. The area boasts 14 semi-private and public courses. Many of them are traditional Florida-style layouts with long, wide fairways surrounded by stately ancient oaks, pines and palmettos. Golfers can stay and play in Martin County with a nice diversity of quaint inns, romantic retreats, family-oriented hotels and beachside & marina resorts. Martin County is easily accessible, located right on I-95, just 45 minutes from Palm Beach International Airport.
Just 60 miles south of Orlando is Sebring and the Citrus Golf Trail, known as “The Value Golf Capitol of America” because rates are almost unbelievable for the quality of play. This collection of golf courses offer history, value, fantastic golf and the friendliest service anywhere.The luxurious Inn on the Lakes offers great value golf packages with most of the courses in Highlands County and the Citrus Golf Trail. The area is readily accessible by car, just 75 miles off I-75, and within two hours of five airports – Orlando, Fort Myers, Sarasota, Tampa and Palm Beach.
The great golfing state of Florida continues to be a favorite destination for golf travelers from around the world for its great quality and variety of courses. Find more information on our great Florida golf destinations below: