Bent Creek Golf Course in Jacksonville
Bent Creek Golf Course is the city of Jacksonville's top municipal course. The course opened in 1989 and was designed by architect Bobby Weed, with consulting services by PGA Tour pro Mak McCumber. Bent Creek Golf Course plays a par-71 at 6,620 yards from the championship tees. Residents and non-residents pay the same green fee here, though there is a Player's Pass that offers discounts on green fees and is suitable for those who plan on playing here often.
Formerly named the Golf Club of Jacksonville, when Billy Casper Golf took over management of the facility, the name was changed to Bent Creek Golf Course in recognition of the creek that winds through the property. The course is a certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary and is set through pine trees and water life. Off the golf course, facilities include a full-service clubhouse and lighted practice range.