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The picturesque greens of Dunedin Stirling Links' 27-acre course challenge golfers with 18 holes of eye-pleasing play nestled among scenes of natural beauty. The par 3 course hones sphere-slinging skills with small greens and water hazards and highlights the coastal surroundings and plaid fairways characteristic of a Scottish-style layout. Players can hop into golf carts to zoom from each ball borough to open plain, enjoying the cool breeze off the marsh as they ride. The course's scenic setting is peppered with natural marvels, such as copses of shady pine trees and nests of ospreys⎯the golf ball's only natural enemy.

620 Palm Blvd
Dunedin,
FL
US

After a $1.8 million makeover in 2007, Largo Golf Course invites visitors to meander through its fairways and experience FootGolf. The course includes 8 par 5s, 1 par 4, and 9 par 3s, adding up to a total distance of 3,700 yards. The game combines soccer with golf and is played with a regulation soccer ball. The holes are typically shorter than regular golf holes, with 21-inch diameter cups adjacent to the standard cups.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par-71 course
  • Total length of 3,700 yards

12500 131st St
Largo,
FL
US

It’s not uncommon to stumble upon fake alligators as you make your way around a mini-golf course. But at Smugglers Cove's locations, live American alligators snap their jaws in exhibits nestled amid the miniature fairways. With an old-fashioned bamboo pole players can dangle a treat above 20–50 of the predatory alligators, which leap from the water to snatch their treat. Between feeding frenzies, games take place on Smugglers Cove’s 18-hole outdoor courses, where balls roll past rushing waterfalls, into caves, over mountainous terrain, and into a hole in a pirate ship.

15395 Gulf Blvd
Madeira Beach,
FL
US

Snaking alongside the Boca Ciega Bay, The Tides Golf Club's 18-hole course confronts golfers with oceanfront breezes that are both relaxing and a challenge to tee shots on tree-lined fairways. Waterways come into play on 12 holes and figure more prominently on the back nine, where a pond imperils errant golf balls on every single track. Tidwarf grass adorns the course's elevated greens, which provide a true surface for golfers to roll their putts or roll their toy-sized golf carts.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 72 course
  • Length of 6,329 yards from the tips
  • Course rating of 70.6 from the tips
  • Slope rating of 123 from the tips
  • Three tee options
  • See the scorecard

11832 66th Ave
Seminole,
FL
US

Silver Dollar Golf Club’s 18-hole course is designed to challenge both beginning backswingers and golf gurus. Focus on fundamentals and follow-throughs as you and a friend vehemently cart around fairway bunkers and traverse through the well-manicured course. Water hazards and majestic trees surround the sprawling course, making precision a crucial factor in preventing mulligan malpractice lawsuits.

12711 Silver Dollar Dr
Odessa,
FL
US

Shots of all caliber soar above a landscape of well-kept fairways lined with palm trees, cypress trees, and australian pine trees at Magnolia Valley Golf Club’s 18-hole, 6,600-yard course. The par 72 layout challenges golfers and evokes an appreciation for nature with sweeping views and flagsticks that recite transcendentalist poems. Before taking to the course, golfers can warm up swing muscles at the driving range, hone putting strokes at the practice green, or fuel up with food and drinks at the bar and grill. In addition to its championship layout, Magnolia Valley features a par 33 executive course for players looking to squeeze in a round before the sun sets and their golf bag turns back into a pumpkin.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 72 course
  • Length of 6,600 yards from the farthest tees
  • Course rating of 68.2 from the farthest tees
  • Slope rating of 121 from the farthest tees
  • Five tee options

7223 Massachusetts Ave
New Port Richey,
FL
US