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Break Your Score, Not Your Bank

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Ahhh Florida, where you can golf everyday as long as the weather is on your side. Some of you are trying to improve your game, and some just like the outdoors and exercise. Either way St. Augustine has an abundance of beautiful courses that won’t break the bank. Save that money for your dream trip to Pebble Beach!

Royal St. Augustine Golf and Country Club

Welcome to a challenging 6529 yard, 18 hole public layout(opens in a new tab) that meanders through lush foliage and exotic wetlands. Moguled fairways, sandy waste areas, well-placed bunkers, numerous lakes and large greens are characteristic of this course. The course is located only minutes from America’s oldest city, historic St. Augustine, Florida with easy access from I-95 and US Rt. 1. The club is only a short drive from World Golf Village. Royal St. Augustine provides four different tee positions to accommodate players of all skill levels and abilities. After your round, relax in the inviting clubhouse and enjoy a full liquor bar, beer and wine, and a menu sure to please; watch the big game; or just simply enjoy a comfortable, casual atmosphere.

St. Augustine Shores Golf Club

Named one of the most fun courses to play in the nation’s oldest city and located only miles from the historic district, St. Augustine Shores Golf Club(opens in a new tab) features 18 holes of golf, a full-service driving range and practice area, full-service food and beverage, and a level of customer service found nowhere else. At 5,956 yards from the back tees, this par 70 course is ideal for beginners and intermediate golfers. Multiple tees limit the number of forced carries for beginners but bring water hazards into play on 9 of the 18 holes for more accomplished players. St. Augustine Shores Golf Club incorporates an interesting fun-filled layout that will test the skill of all golfers. The course layout includes drivable par 4’s (the ultimate risk/reward shot), as well as lengthy doglegs and par 5’s that require accurate long irons. Their goal is to provide a warm, friendly, non-intimidating atmosphere for all players, with a pace of play and experience that everyone will enjoy. St. Augustine Shores has truly become a place “where golf is still fun!”

St. Johns Golf & Country Club

Built in 2001, the St. Johns Golf & Country Club(opens in a new tab) offers a first-class golf experience centered around Florida wetlands, lagoons and towering pine trees. The 18-hole Clyde Johnston-designed course is the community’s centerpiece with just the right amount of challenge for novice and avid golfers alike. A great place to hone your skills, St. Johns is known for its consistent quality of service and conditions, being nationally ranked for customer satisfaction and loyalty by the National Golf Foundation and host to the PGA TOUR Qualifying School in 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2015. Delicately carved out of a pine forest, the course at St. Johns offers five sets of tees, plus a family tee that varies the length of the course from 7,250 yards down to 2,400 yards. Depending on wind conditions, the 18 hole course can be gentle or a real bear, so take your time to enjoy the game while natural wildlife surrounds you during your round. Before you hit the links, you may want to touch up on your game at the practice facility, which includes instruction from PGA Certified Professionals, a 10,000 square foot putting green, a double-sided driving range and practice bunkers.

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