Tee Off in Florida Keys Golf Hotels
Golf is always more enjoyable when the putting greens and driving ranges are backed by beautiful scenery. The golf courses in Florida Keys offer exactly that. Stay in luxurious oceanfront accommodation and spend your time playing golf while surrounded by tranquil blue oceans and palm tree-lined beaches.
Find a golf hotel where you can have fun practising your putting in miniature golf on site, then take an excursion to nearby country clubs and golf courses. Stay in hotels in the middle and lower keys, between Duck Key in the east and Key West at the far end of the islands, for the best accommodation with playing privileges at nearby golf courses.
Where to Play Golf in Florida Keys
Florida Keys spreads across just 132 miles of narrow islands, yet enterprising fans of golf have managed to accommodate several excellent courses along the length of the region. Although nearby Miami is perhaps even more famous for its golfing, the courses on the Florida Keys are still immensely enjoyable for everyone from beginners to professionals.
Key West Golf Club is styled on the courses of the Caribbean, making the most of limited space by positioning the 18 holes near one another. Water features and trees surrounding the edges of the greens make this course particularly scenic.
Head to the town of Marathon to Sombrero Country Club, which presents exciting challenges for amateur golfers with narrow fairways and numerous water features. Visit Islamorada for a stunning nine-hole course designed by legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus. Elsewhere, you’ll find green courses lining sandy beaches and putting greens for golfers hoping to hone their skills.
Hotel Relaxation after a Day of Golfing in Florida Keys
After working on improving your handicap, return to your hotel to spend the evening relaxing in the Florida Keys. Order a cocktail from a poolside or beachfront bar then while away the evening on a sun lounger. On-site spas and gyms will keep you fit and healthy during your holiday.
Florida Keys is a region best experienced at a gentle pace, and there are few better ways to do this than ambling around a picturesque golf course.