Pensacola Bay Area golf courses offer challenge and beautiful scenery
Golfers in the Pensacola Bay Area have the luxury of nearly a dozen PGA-rated golf courses with 180 holes of picturesque scenes from woodlands to wetlands.
The Pensacola Bay Area is home to world-renowned golf legends. Bubba Watson, Heath Slocum and Boo Weekley all attended Milton High School and are active on the PGA tour. Jerry Pate, 1976 U.S. Open Champion, resides in Pensacola and designs golf courses around the world and at home. Joe Durant is on the top 100 money list for the PGA tour.
In the heart of 600 acres of rolling woodlands, Marcus Pointe Golf Club is one of the top facilities along the Gulf Coast. The course is rated by GOLF DIGEST subscribers as a great value. Green fees start at $38, and golfers get a $10 discount after 2 p.m.
Lost Key Golf Club, an 18-hole Arnold Palmer Signature Design Course, was the first in the world to be certified as an Audubon International Silver Signature Sanctuary. Located in Perdido Key, Lost Key offers overnight accommodations and full-service dining in the clubhouse. Scenic Hills Country Club, home of 1969 U.S. Women’s Open, is the only course in Florida to host a U.S. Open event. Osceola Municipal Golf Course is an 18-hole, par 3 course open from daylight to dark, every day of the year except for Christmas Day.