Course Designer: Bill Amick - renovation Clifton-Ezell-Clifton
Club Type: Public course
Water Hazard: Water comes in to play on about 8 holes
Food and Beverage
Restaurant: Hours 11-3 seven days a week
Meals: Open for lunch
Bar: Full bar
Banquet Facilities: Facilities avilable
Driving Range: Practice driving range
Putting Greens: Practice putting green
Chipping Range: Short game paractice area
Directions to Palm Harbor Golf Club
95 north to exit 289 (Palm Coast Pkwy) in Palm
Coast. Take Palm Cost Pkwy east (toward beach and toll
bridge) to Palm Harbor Drive. Turn left onto Palm Harbor
Drive and follow the signs to the golf course.
Directions from Anywhere:
The course is located in Palm Coast, east of I95.
From the I95 / Palm Coast Pkwy (exit 289) intersection: Take
Palm Cost Pkwy east (toward beach and toll bridge) to Palm
Harbor Drive. Turn left onto Palm Harbor Drive and follow
the signs to the golf course.
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Palm Harbor Golf Club Reviews (7)
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We didn't know what to expect with this course. We were a little worried because we are just starting out as golfers. We got there very early and the staff let us start well before our tee time. We also chatted with the starters before we went out and they were such nice people. The young lady in the store was sooo nice and very helpful!! What a great golf course and a great experience!!!! Loved it!!!!!! Now I am really hooked on golf!!!!!
James (Pittsburgh, Penna.)
We actually ended up playing this twice because one of our other courses was rained out and closed. Very nice course in good shape and nice greens (even with the excessive rain).
Very friendly. Would definitely play again.
Myron (Clearwater - FL)
Friendly players on a golf course designed for everyskill level. Very well maintained with service oriented staff andexcellent practice areas. Would play here every time if we livednear here.
Jim W (St. John'S - NL CANADA .)
I play here every Monday. The course is always inexcellent condition. love the greens and the staff.
Sandra (Woodstock - ON CANADA)
Course was in great shape - all staff were more thanfriendly and went out their way to help us. Didn't feel rushed - provided range balls as they moved our tee time slightly. Wouldplay again here.
d (Biltmore Lake - NC)
Nice course - good condition - enjoyed our round therevery much and would play again.
Stan (St.John'S - NL CANADA)
I played Palm Harbor as well as the Ocean Course atHammock Beach Resort and enjoyed Palm Harbor every bit as much. Iwould rate this course equal to many of the resort courses I haveplayed. This course is steal for $35.
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About Palm Harbor Golf Club
Palm Harbor Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 72 golf course with superior conditions, and a unique personality. Conveniently located between Daytona Beach and the Historic St. Augustine area, just off Interstate 95, in Palm Coast, this daily fee course offers sloped fairways, strategic bunkering, natural water features and generous greens. Palm Harbor will test your ability and ensure that you use all the clubs in your bag. The course underwent a complete renovation in 2009 and was re-opened to rave reviews. The Clifton Ezell Clifton Design team meticulously carved the fairways around the beautiful Oak trees that surround the property and were careful to preserve the natural beauty and charm that was already here. The finished product is a golf course that has been able to balance all the features of a new golf course, with the look and feel of one that is rich with history. Palm Harbor provides its guests with a fun yet challenging golf experience and exceptional service.
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Complete 18 hole renovation by Clifton, Ezell, and CliftonState-of-the-art practice area with driving range, short game and putting greenVoted "best golf course in Flagler County in 2011"