Tropical Spring Break Golf Destinations

by nobogies on March 29, 2010

Tropical Spring Break Golf Destinations

If you love the game of golf but donít have a professional golf career or you go to a university where you have to settle for books and blackboards then a golfing spring break is just what you need. Fortunately for you, golfing is one of the activities that is most suited to the travel itch, desire for beautiful scenery, and only a small need for an orthopedic surgeon. Great tropical spring break destinations often make great golf destinations. Here are some of the best destinations.


PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance

This beautiful golf course provides amazing scenery, and a world class experience. Improve your swing, work with the pros and take advantage of a 7,000 square foot USGA putting green. With more than 100 full-swing practice stations, 9 types of bunker sand, and a dedicated pitching and chipping area you can have a world class experience in Florida

PGA Village: the Ryder, Dye, and Wanamaker Courses

All three of the courses at the PGA Village in Port St. Lucie, FL boast 18 holes over 7,000 yards long with par of 72. They are all public courses, with reasonable green fees. Many agree that the most beautiful course in all of Florida is the Wanamaker course. Tom Fazio, the famous golf architect, designed the course with palmettos, palm trees, all with lush wetlands in the background. Each of these courses will be a great addition to your Spring Break golfing adventure.

Camp Creek Golf Course

Exclusivity is the draw at this course, so you can put your golf education to good use in the company of only other people who appreciate private golf privileges as well. Camp Creek Golf Course was designed by Tom Fazio and is considered one of Floridaís best courses.

Sharkís Tooth Golf Club

Similarly, like Camp Creek Golf Course, Sharkís Tooth Golf Club is all about exclusivity. Kissing the shores of Lake Powell, there will be views and beauty aplenty as you golf your way through this private golf course, also ranked as one of the best in Florida.


Kauai Lagoons in Lihue

You can combine the Kiele Course designed by Jack Nicklaus with the Mokihana course and take in a brilliant 18 holes with stunning ocean and mountain views. The course is known as some of the very best golfing terrain on offer in the islands.


Ok, the first holeís view of the Home Depot isnít jaw-dropping, unless you have a thing for golf AND home improvement, or if you went to a budget golf school that had you working with hammers and nails instead of clubs and tees. But after the first hole it gets better, and you go on a journey through jungles and up close and personal with the beautiful rainforest-covered mountains.

You donít have to have a professional golf career to go golf some of the best places in America and the world this Spring Break. Check out one or more of these places on your spring break and enjoy! Remember, donít forget the sunscreen.

About the Author: The College of Golf is a division of Keiser University and a pro golf school. To view the program options at the College of Golf, visit

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Jason March 29, 2010 at 10:55 pm

I just went to kauai and played Princeville, unbelievable is all I can say. How did I miss Kauai Lagoons in Lihue when I was there? Well, I go there every year so next March I will check this place out. Thanks!
.-= Jason@ Hybrid Golf Club Reviews´s last blog ..The coolest club youíve never heard of =-.


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