From Our Editors
Featured in an episode of the Golf Channel’s The Haney Project, Palm Beach Par 3’s acclaimed layout blankets the breezy space right between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intercoastal Waterway. Originally designed in 1961 by famed course architect Joe Lee, the course received a face-lift from Hall of Famer Raymond Floyd in 2009, adding drama to a water-kissed terrain that has hosted the LPGA Pro-Am and welcomed players of the likes of George Clooney, Cameron Diaz, and the Hamburglar. Stitched by the curvy trunks of vibrant palm trees, the course’s saltwater- and drought-resilient paspalum grass helps it thrive in its seashore location. Golf Digest Magazine listed it as one of the best par three's and Golf.com includes them in their list of the top ten par three courses in the U.S. With the longest hole measuring in at 196 yards, Palm Beach Par 3 provides ample opportunities for players to snag a coveted hole in one.
Course at a Glance:
Designed by Joe Lee and renovated by Raymond Floyd
18-hole, par 54 course
Length of 2,572 yards from the farthest tees
Three tee options