Perdido Towers
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Perdido Bay Golf Course offers an interesting, fun and challenging layout. It is open to the public seven days a week and features a large driving range, putting green, chipping green, greenside bunker, and a fairway bunker. Escape to the plush fairways and Tif-Eagle greens of this links style course. Perdido Bay Golf Club is the former site of the Pensacola Open (1978-1987). See for yourself why Golf Digest nominated it "Best New Public Course".
Perdido Bay Golf Club
Redesigned by the Arnold Palmer Design Group in 2006, the par 71 signature designed championship course features the premiere grass Sea Dwarf Paspalum from tee to green for the optimum in quality playing surfaces and green speeds. Each golf hole includes four sets of tees, and offers players of all skill levels a unique visual and strategic playing experience. Once out of the fairway however, the course is unforgiving. Some folks have dubbed Lost Key "Lost Ball".
Lost Key Golf Club
Legendary golf Scotland style can be found right here on the beautiful Florida coast. Designed by John B. LaFoy and patterned after a links course in Scotland, the birthplace of golf, The Moors provides both the high handicapper and seasoned professional an ideal setting to improve that swing.
The Moors Golf and Lodging
Tiger Point Golf Club
Built along the Santa Rosa Sound, Tiger Point’s two championship courses – the newly designed East Course and West Course - feature breathtaking waterfront views, lofty southern pines, and layouts designed for major tournament play.
The Club at Hidden Creek
Hidden Creek is well-known for its manicured greens, lush landscaping, and scenic rolling terrain. The layout provides a golf experience challenging enough to serve as a former host site for the U.S. Open Qualifying Rounds. Add an experienced staff committed to excellent service, and you've found a home in which to indulge your passion.