The unique, 18 holes, Key West Golf Course is located at the entrance to the island. It is known for its beautiful tropical foliage and wildlife and covers over 200 acres. It was designed by a golf legend Rees Jones and it is suited for players of all abilities. Key West Golf Club is the only Caribbean style golf course in the United States. Come meet all the exciting challenges of this golf course, including the infamous "Mangrove Hole" (143 yards, par 3 that is played completely over a field of thickly intertwined tropical mangroves).
Florida Keys Country Club is located in Marathon, about one hour north from Key West. This 18-hole golf course covers aprox 6500 yard and was designed by Mr. Mark Mahannah. It is challenging for golfers all levels. Touring professionals, serious club competitors and even casual amateurs enjoy the tough, yet forgiving course consisting of striking palm tree lined fairways, lush, manicured greens and breathtaking views. This is a must-play Florida Keys golf course that will have you reaching for every club in your bag during your round.
Ocean Reef Club is located at the northern tip of Key Largo, approximately 50 miles by road southeast of Miami Airport.
As golf clubs go, the Ocean Reef Club’s traditions go back more than half a century to 1955, when the first 9-hole course opened. Today the Club boasts two championship 18-hole courses – a rarity in the Florida Keys even among standard golf clubs.
Although the Hammock Course and the Dolphin Course offer distinctly different tests of golf, both feature scenic vistas and an enjoyable challenge for players of all levels. These courses were designed originally by Bob Von Hagge and Bruce Devlin in 1969 and they both are in excellent condition.