BaydunesBay Dunes – 850-872-1704, Yardage: 6,577 (blue) to 5,448 (red)baydunes 5304 Majette Tower Road, Panama City Phone: 872-1667. Par: 71 Public. Home of the Golf Academy at Bay Dunes. Driving range and snack bar available. Course features: More than 1,100 palm trees, improved drainage and new sand traps to make for a more challenging course.Tee times preferred — especially on weekends — but walk-up play can be worked in.


Holiday-Golf-LogoHoliday Golf Club – Location: 100 Fairway Boulevard, Panama City Beach Phone:
234-1800 Par: 72 (Championship), 29 (Par 3) Yardage: 6,400 (white tees) Semi-private. New, lighted 9-hole Executive Par 3 Course opened in December of 1995. Driving range and snack bar available. Walking is allowed. Course features: Favors the left-to-right golfer, with large greens and forgiving fairways along with plenty of water. The new nine-hole course was built with the entire family in mind as well as the scratch golfer. Holiday Golf Club’s lighted practice facility is Bay County’s home of the Panama City Beach Golf Academy. Tee times: Walk-up play is encouraged for the executive par 3 course but tee times are recommended for the championship course. Tee times can be made for both courses up to five days in advance.

wyndhamlogo-1Yardage: 6,913 (blue); 6,372 (white); 5,634 (red); 4,999 (gold) Location: 100 Delwood Beach Road, Panama City Beach. Phone: 235-6909 Par: 72. Semi-private. Driving range and dining facilities available. Course features: Par 4s are the strength of the course that is fair, although a little tight to some players’ liking. Greens are big and not too severe. From the middle tees, it’s a good course on which to post a low score. Tee times required for all play; non-members should call in advance.

hombreHombre Golf Club– 850-234-3673, Yardage: 6,820 (black) to 4,793 (red)
Location: 120 Coyote Pass, Panama City Beach Phone: 234-3673 Par: 72. 3 Miles West of Hathaway Bridge on Panama City Beach Parkway. Semi-private. 27 Championship Holes- “The Good, The Bad & The Ugly.” Amenities: Full Practice Facility, Bar and Grill, and Club Rentals Available. GPS on every cart and on-site golf school-The Academy at Hombre Golf Club- Instructor, Adam Brack. Course features: Pinpoint accuracy is required to play the layout well- narrow fairways and small greens. Water on 21 of the 27 holes. Considered one of the Emerald Coast’s finest 18-hole championship facilities, Hombre hosted the Nike Panama City Beach Classic and is a PGA Tour Qualifying School site.

Other Courses:

Sandy Creek Country Club – Location: 2000 Three Putt Lane, Panama City Phone: 871-2673 Par: 34 Yardage: 2,559 Public welcome. Course features: 9-hole golf course. “The best kept secret in Bay County” Tee times: Call for tee times.

Signal Hill – Location: 9615 N. Lagoon Drive, Panama City Beach Phone: 234-3218 Par: 71 Yardage: 5,617 (blue); 5,259 (white); 4,790 (red) Public. Walking or carts allowed. Snack bar available. Course features: The oldest course in Panama City Beach. It is kept in ideal shape year-round. Averages 500 to 600 golfers a day during winter season. Tee times: Tee times preferred — especially on weekends — but walk-up play can be worked i