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Even tour pros would think twice about some of the shots at The Majors Golf Club. Take the tee shot at the 456-yard first hole, for example: the beefy yardage leaves no choice but to hit driver into a stiff cross-wind, and any miss to the left will likely stray out of bounds. The same tee shot anxiety returns at the 15th hole, a par-three with a genuine island green that requires a rock-solid 180-yard approach. The stylish course design should be no surprise, as it's the grassy brainchild of golf legend Arnold Palmer. Palmer also had a great collaborator in Mother Nature, as the grounds boast Carolina-style pine trees, sugary white sands, and natural contours that contribute to its visual drama. Before rounds, golfers can fine tune their swings at a natural-grass driving range or lick the greenside rough at a short-game area.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 72 course
Length of 6,850 yards from the tips
Five tee options
When the sun sets over Palm Bay, the clubs don't stop swinging at Jo Daddy's. Lights flicker to life above the course, inviting players to keep sinking shots well into the evening. Indeed, nighttime golf is a unique perk, but it's not the only trick Jo Daddy's has up its proverbial sleeve. This course achieves "executive" status by featuring only nine holes—it stretches to 1,470 yards from the tees, making it easy to squeeze rounds into tight schedules. Plus, the par 29 course boasts impressive variety, including on back-to-back par 4s on the fourth and fifth holes.