West Palm Beach Golf Course

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West Palm Beach Golf Course

7001 Parker Avenue
West Palm Beach, FL 33405
Tee Time Reservations
NOTE: Closed For Renovations

West Palm Beach Golf CourseThe West Palm Beach Golf Course, formerly known as the West Palm Beach Country Club, was originally established in 1921. It was moved to its present location in 1947, and is an 18-hole, (Par 72) championship Dick Wilson designed course, that was restored by Mark McCumber and Associates in 2009. The tee ranges span between 5023 and 7002 yards with rolling terrain, elevated greens, and a magnificent variety of native landscaping. This unique former PGA Tour site is a proud venue on the Florida Historic Golf Trail of courses open to the public!

The course has hosted a variety of tournaments that have included famous players such as Arnold Palmer. Unlike Florida’s many flat courses, the West Palm Beach Golf Course has an undulating terrain that provides interesting elevation changes. The course features elevated tees and greens and rarely is there a flat lie. The rolling hills are covered with native vegetation, palm trees, and mature pines and oaks. There is also no water to be found on this golf course, a rare occurrence in Palm Beach County, indeed!

Tee Time Reservations

Architect: Dick Wilson (1947) / Mark McCumber (2009)
Year Built: 1947
Fairways: Bermuda Grass
Greens: Tifdwarf Grass
Rentals: Carts, Clubs
Driving Range: Yes
Bunker: Yes
Golf School Academy: Yes
Teaching Pro: Yes
Pitching/Chipping Area: Yes
Putting Green: Yes

West Palm Beach Golf Course Scorecard
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West Palm Beach Golf Course-scorecard

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