Golfers enjoy Perdido Key's challenging and visually stunning championship courses, as well as several more courses in Pensacola, Gulf Breeze and Milton, just a short drive away.
1 Doug Ford Drive
Pensacola, FL 32507
Play where the pros play, including golf legends like Jack Nicklaus, Payne Stewart, Tom Kite and Curtis Strange. Discover for yourself why Golf Digest nominated Perdido Bay Golf Club "Best New Public Course."Â This legendary property, designed by Bill Bergin, was the site of the Pensacola Open for ten years. The course continues to hold its integrity as a premier championship golf course. Located only minutes from Perdido Key beaches and 20 minutes from downtown Pensacola.
8891 Burning Tree Road
Pensacola, FL 32514
Set among rolling hills and large, stately pines, this par-71 layout offers play for all skill levels. Originally designed by Chic Adams in 1960 and redesigned by Jerry Pate in 1992, the course was updated in 2005 with all-new greens planted with state-of-the-art Champion Bermuda and all bunkers re-done. A full practice facility and snack bar are on site, and carts come equipped with GPS yardage systems.
3220 Avalon Boulevard
Milton, FL 32583
The Moors has been host to 12 PGA tour events. Golfers of all levels enjoy the excellent Links-style course designed by John LaFoy. The Moors staff regularly conducts The Ultimate Golf School, which combines state-of-the-art technology with the expertise of veteran golf pros. Only 25 minutes from Pensacola
The Club at Hidden Creek
3070 PGA Boulevard
Navarre Beach, FL 32566
This beautiful championship course was designed by Ron Garl. Fast greens and lush fairways abound, winding through the woods. Golfers play to landing areas flanked by bunkers, grass depressions and mounds. The Hidden Creek course is centrally located 20 minutes west of Fort Walton Beach and 20 minutes east of Pensacola.