Palm Harbor Golf Club: #1Palm Harbor Golf Club

Palm Harbor Golf Club
100 Cooper Ln
Palm Coast, Florida 32137
Flagler County

Phone(s): (386) 986-4653
Fax: (386) 446-6768
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Palm Harbor's narrow, bending fairways are lined with towering palms, oaks and pines. Combine this with elevated greens and you have a course that demands accurate shots. The creativity in the design is the use of large bunkers. This course is more accessible for golfers of all handicaps and abilities, and easier to manage.

Play this course as a warm-up, work on your accuracy and iron play.

Palm Harbor Golf Club
4 stars out of 5 (based on 1 reviews)
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View from No.1 at Palm Harbor GCA view of the 14th hole at Palm Harbor Golf Club.A view from tee #2 at Palm Harbor Golf Club.A view from the 6th fairway at Palm Harbor Golf Club.A view of the well protected green #4 at Palm Harbor Golf Club.

Golf course details

  • Holes: 18
  • Designed by: Bill Amick, Clifton, Ezell & Clifton, MacCurrach Golf
  • Public/Private: Semi-Private
  • Year opened: 1973
  • Golf Season: Year round
  • Guest Policy: Open
  • Tee times welcomed: Yes
  • Fairways: Bermuda Grass
  • Greens: Bermuda Grass


  • Pro in house: Yes
  • Driving range: Yes
  • Rental clubs: Yes
  • Rental carts: Yes - included in green fees

Green fees price ranges

Course policies

  • Metal spikes allowed: No
  • Dress code: Proper golf attire required.
  • Credit cards accepted: VISA, MasterCard Welcomed

Length, slope and rating for each tee

Tee Par Yardage Slope Rating
Red 72 4612 111 63.3
Black 72 6526 136 72.3
White 72 5507 120 67.8
Green 72 6016 130 69.6
Red (W) 72 4612 114 67.6
White (W) 72 5507 129 72.3
Gold 72 4945 113 64.6
Gold (W) 72 4945 120 69.4

Reader Ratings / Reviews

  • Palm Harbor Golf Club
    4 stars out of 5
    by TheGolfinGuy
    on July 17th, 2016 11:22
    Palm Harbor Golf Club – A Municipal Course with Character
    Palm Harbor Golf Club in Palm Coast FL is a semi-private facility, so it’s accessible to anyone who wants to play it. It’s a municipal facility, but don’t let that deter you from playing here; munis typically get a bad rap, but Palm Harbor Golf Club is truly an exception. It’s not the longest course by any means, but it will definitely provide a challenge for golfers of all level.

    Palm Harbor Golf Club features a complete practice facility with a driving range as well as chipping and putting greens. There’s also a bunker so you can practice your sand game. The fully-stocked pro shop carries both men’s and women’s name brand apparel and equipment. There’s also a restaurant - Canfield’s – that offers up quality food and adult beverages.

    Most Memorable Hole: Number 3, Par 5, 474 yards (Green Tees). Trees line both sides of the fairway on this narrow par 5, so keeping your ball in play is a must if you want to score well on this hole. Getting on in two requires carrying the green because water creeps in on the right and there’s sand on the left. A layup is no sure bet either as the fairway gets really narrow up by the green with a bunker strategically placed short and right. There’s nothing wrong with getting on in three and taking a two-putt.

    Favorite Par 3: Number 8, 145 yards (Green Tees). A short carry over water and sand on the right creates a little bit of drama on this medium length par 3. The green is elevated so bump-and-run is not an option. Your best bet for a good score is to simply pick the right club and make good contact.

    Favorite Par 4: Number 18, 362 yards (Green Tees). Hopefully, you took a peak at this hole while you were standing on the 11th tee. It’s a slight dogleg left that demands accuracy off the tee. Be wary of the fairway bunkers on either side., although they are out of range for most golfers. A good drive will leave a short pitch shot over a creek to an elevated green that slopes back towards the water and is protected by a couple of bunkers short and left. Par is a good finishing score, although birdie is better!

    Favorite Par 5: Number 15, 480 yards (Green Tees). Lots of sand and water make up the landscape along the way on the number 1 handicapped hole on the course. Favoring the left side of the fairway off the tee takes the water out of play and makes for an easy decision to go for the green in two. The fairway gets very narrow up by the green and water darts in from the right side. There’s also sand left and short right, so you’ll need a fair amount of accuracy on your approach shot.

    Palm Coast Golf Club is located between Daytona Beach and the St. Augustine in Flagler County, just minutes off Interstate 95 in Palm Coast, FL. For more information or to book a round, give them a call at (386) 986-GOLF or visit their website at
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