A Few of Saint Lucie County's Golf Courses
One of the top courses on the Treasure Coast. This JimFazio design has earned on GolfDigest's Recommended Places to Play.
Far removed from any residential area, this challenging coursewinds through a sanctuary of Florida's undisturbed natural flora andfauna. It is not uncommon to see alligators, wild hogs, sand hill cranesand even an occasional bald eagle.
This championship track of rolling fairways, lakes andwell-bunkered greens has five sets of tees playing from 5000 to 6800yards. It is the home of the St. Lucie County Amateur, SeniorAmateur & Junior Championships.
IndianHills Golf Course has been a cornerstone of Fort Pierce since 1942. The Cityacquired the Course in 2002 and has been continually striving to improve bothcustomer service and facilities conditions. In that spirit, the City retainedArchitect Ward Northrup to design an entirely new 18-hole layout on theexisting grounds.
Thenew 6555-yard layout has been well received by both long-time patrons andnewcomers alike. This challenging, yet friendly new course features expansivetee surfaces, wide fairways, continuous concrete cart paths and Tif-eaglegreens. 72 sand bunkers dot the landscape and add to the challenge for teeshots and approaches. In addition Indian Hills offers a 320-yard practice rangeas well a short game practice area and green.
The moment you arrive, you feel it. A gentlepeace. The wonderful feeling that you have stumbled upon something specialcreated just for you.
Meadowood Golf and Tennis Club is an oasis ofgolf, tennis, swimming, and social camaraderie, offering a variety of choicesdesigned to complement your lifestyle.
Your opportunity to capture the dream ofaffordable luxury begins here.
Welcome to St. James Golf Club!Located in beautiful Port St. Lucie, FL, St. James is the perfect spot to enjoyboth the Treasure Coast’s warm weather and Florida’s excellent golf tradition!Just an hour north of West Palm Beach Airport, the Club boasts everyamenity to ensure your round is memorable.
Play your next round here! You’ll beglad you did.
Designed by Pete Dye,emphasizing the native surroundings and Dye's uninhibited style for creativedesign, the Dye Course features pine straw roughs, vast coquina waste bunkersand grass-based bunkers. A links-style course that weaves by the 100-acre 'BigMamu' Wetlands, the Dye Course offers pure Florida surroundings, with hints ofdesign from the older British Isles’ courses for flavor.
SantaLucia River Club features an eighteen hole championship golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus.
In 2006 the course underwent a major renovation overseen by Jack Nicklaus.
The course reflects todays high standards for maintenance and provides achallenge for members and guests.