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Amelia Island GOLF LOVERS - $399 Golf Packages
Enjoy a quiet and relaxing are of Florida in Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach! Located 20 miles north of Jacksonville and situated along a beautiful stretch of beach, sand hills and native marshlands, Amelia Island is a great area for golfers. Groups can enjoy courses designed by Pete Dye and Arnold Palmer, plus the quaint village of Fernandina for dining and nightlife, historic sites, and beautiful Victorian homes. This Amelia Island Golf Lovers Package includes: 3 Night stay at Amelia Hotel at the Beach 3 rounds w/cart: Arrival afternoon round, plus morning round at Oak Marsh Golf Club - Pete Dye creation meandering around 100 year-old oaks and native marshland Round at Club at Northampton - scenic Arnold Palmer design along the marshes of Florida's Intercoastal Waterway Advanced tee times Daily resort fee and applicable package fees This package is available during the travel dates of: July 7 - July 31, 2019 - $399 per person Prices are based on 2 golfers sharing Standard Hotel Room (king bed or two double beds) Extra nights can be added. Package reference 928446 Contact a Jacksonville/St. Augustine Vacation Specialist for first-hand knowledge of the area & package details or to get a customized trip itinerary! **Glen (phone: 407.967.7770 - email: firstname.lastname@example.org) * Mark (phone: 407.633.9300 - email: email@example.com) or Skip (phone: 407.554.4340 - email: firstname.lastname@example.org)**
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Bent Creek Golf Course Golf Packages
Golfers have long enjoyed playing Bent Creek Golf Course, the City of Jacksonville's public golf course. Since Bent Creeks's opening in 1989, the 6,620-yard course has provided a fun and challenging golf experience for residents of Northeast Florida and visitors alike. Crafted by renowned architect Bobby Weed with consulting services by Mark McCumber, Bent Creek's meandering terrain takes golfers through a certified Audubon Cooperative Golf Sanctuary of towering pines, Florida live oaks, alongside creeks and natural swales. The championship layout boasts bent grass greens, plush fairways and a state of the art lighted practice facility.
King & Bear at World Golf Village Golf Packages
Just a couple of miles from the World Golf Hall of Fame in World Golf Village, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer joined forces to create the formidable King & Bear. Golf's two most respected and well-known ambassadors created the Par-72, 7,279-yard course as an eminently playable and picturesque course with memorable par-5's amid lakes, loblolly pines and 200-year-old Florida live oaks. King & Bear is rated among Golf Week's "Top Resort Courses" in the U.S. Each World Golf Village course features amenities such as complimentary range balls, fresh chilled apples on the 1st and 10th tees, cool towels for warm Florida days and GPS System on every golf cart.
Slammer & Squire at World Golf Village Golf Packages
Hall of Fame members Sam "The Slammer" Snead and Gene "The Squire" Sarazen served as consultants to course architect Bobby Weed for Slammer & Squire Golf Course. Located in the heart of the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, FL, the Slammer & Squire is an 18-hole, 6,939 yard championship course offering majestic views of the World Golf Hall of Fame from several holes. The course is distinguished by memorable par-3's, with holes cleverly carved around preserved wetlands and through rolling woodlands. Course amenities include complimentary range balls, fresh chilled apples on the 1st and 10th tees, cool towels for warm Florida days and a GPS system on every golf cart.
Conservatory at Hammock Beach Golf Packages
The Conservatory Course at Hammock Beach Resort is a Tom Watson Signature design featuring dramatic elevations and undulating greens not commonly found in Florida. With meticulously maintained fairways and immaculate greens, this masterpiece provides tournament conditions every day. Players can't help but be inspired by the view of waterfalls, babbling brooks, veneered field stone work and 140 sand, natural coqina and multiple sod-faced bunkers - a nod to the designer's affinity for British links-style golf. The Conservatory signature hole is number 8, a challenging Par-3 with an ample island green. The 18th hole, featuring a tee box at an elevation of almost 100 feet, offers great panoramic views of nearly the entire course. With six tee boxes at each hole, the longest playing at 7,746 yards, the course will accommodate all skill levels. Players must stay at the Hammock Beach Resort to play The Conservatory course.