Located just 20 minutes from downtown Jacksonville, our 6,892-yard private facility is located a stone's throw from the Ribault Monument which commemorates France's early attempt at colonizing the area, only to be driven off by the Spanish. And though Arnold Palmer redesigned our course in 1986, we're the same Hidden Hills that played host to Greater Jacksonville Open victories by Gary Player, Tony Jacklin and Don January from 1968-71.
Hidden Hills Country Club Arnold Palmer CoursePalmer's creativity helped create an unforgettable, championship-caliber golf course unmatched in natural beauty that makes excellent use of rare hilly terrain to create a unique Florida golf challenge. Our gorgeous fairways, lined with majestic pines and stately oaks, and our impeccably manicured yet unpredictable greens have gained for Hidden Hills the reputation of being one of the most challenging courses in North Florida.
Low handicappers like the variety of Hidden Hills, a varied mix of one-third very long holes, one-third medium length holes and one-third short holes. Sharp doglegs, strategic placement of water hazards and putting surfaces that are mostly elevated serve up a mighty test for the low handicapper. However, our five sets of tees work to even things out so that golfers of all abilities will enjoy playing Hidden Hills.
*Course is not available for play on Mondays*