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If you want to play a round on one of the most picturesque and enjoyable courses in Florida’s naturally gorgeous east coast, Halifax Plantation Golf Club is without a doubt the place to be. In addition to the beautiful backdrop of lush century-olds-oaks, towering pines and natural vegetation, this wonderful course is designed to challenge both the novice and expert golfer with its choice of elevated tee boxes and undulating greens. This 18-hole, par 72, semi-private golfing masterpiece is absolute bliss for any golfer.

The 18-hole, 6885 yard, par 72 Indian River Club course in Vero Beach is rich in breathtaking views, but respectful of the natural environment. The western quarter of the golf course features a North Carolina look with beautiful stands of old-growth pines; the mid-section has an aura of 'Old Florida' with white sugar sand, large clear lakes and marshes; the eastern quarter has hammocks of old oaks and towering sand pines; and holes #5 and #6 play along an ancient coastal sand dune with elevations up to 48 feet. Another valuable feature of the course is the excellent drainage. When many other area clubs need to close as a result of heavy rains and standing water, Indian River Club rarely closes.

Vero Beach’s acclaimed Grand Harbor has two incredible courses for your golfing pleasure. Pete Dye designed the Harbor Course to reflect the character of America’s grandest layouts.

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Many of the features of this traditions-inspired course can be traced to the historic Scottish links style of tiered greens, undulating fairways and deep pot bunkers. A blend of exotic grasses in the roughs encourages the use of many clubs - and the play of many shots. Adding an old-world flavor to the course are mounds, wooden walls and giant, landscaped bunkers. The River Course at Grand Harbor is a testament to Joe Lee’s special genius for uniting the game of golf with the wonders of nature. Weaving seamlessly through salt marshes, along the Intracoastal Waterway and around the residential islands, the River Course creates a picturesque and well-balanced layout that respects the native landscape.

Other courses that are in the winner’s circle as well are: Vero Beach (Orchid Island Beach Club, The Moorings Club of Vero Beach, John’s Island Club), Cocoa Beach (Cocoa Beach Country Club, Turtle Creek Golf Club), Daytona Beach (LPGA International, Pelican Bay, Indigo Lakes Golf Club).

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Cape Canaveral | Cocoa Beach | Daytona Beach
Hutchinson Island | Jensen Beach | Melbourne Beach
New Smyrna Beach | Ormond Beach | Palm City
Stuart | Vero Beach

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