South Walton is well known for its 16 unique beach neighborhoods, sugar-white sands and turquoise waters, but for those who hit the links, South Walton is also known for its collection of championship golf courses.
With vistas that showcase the beach, Choctawhatchee Bay and the area’s natural splendors, golfers in South Walton are treated to an experience like no other. From the first tee to the 18th, no matter your skill level, there’s a course that suites your game, but still offers a formidable challenge.
Our courses are works of art carefully crafted by some of the biggest names in course design, from Love Golf Design and Robert Trent Jones Jr. to Tom Jackson and Rees Jones. Not only do we think South Walton is home to some of the best golf in the country, the experts would agree. Our golf courses are consistently featured and honored by the likes Golf Magazine, Golf Digest, and Golfweek.
There’s natural beauty, challenging courses, and plenty of golf to be played in South Walton. Why not pack your clubs and join us at the tee box.
Links of Sandestin
The Links Course at Sandestin is the ultimate in risk reward golf that provides guests with the most spectacular views on Florida's Emerald Coast. Renowned architect Tom Jackson designed this winding layout against the backdrop of the Baytowne Marina and the Choctawhatchee Bay. With five holes that run along the... Read More
Baytowne Golf Club
Recognized as the only course on Florida’s Emerald Coast to extend from the beach to the bay, Baytowne Golf Club is revered as one of the finest creations by renowned designer Tom Jackson. Hailed by Golf Digest as one of the “Best Places to Play," Baytowne Golf Club is a... Read More
Burnt Pine Golf Club
Challenge your game at the most heralded and breathtaking of Sandestin's championship courses while enjoying the camaraderie and privileges of the most exclusive Club on the Coast. Burnt Pine Golf Club is a golf experience unrivaled on Florida's Northwest coast. Course architect Rees Jones proves in this 7000-yard layout why... Read More
Raven Golf Club
Raven Golf Club, home in 2006 and 2007 to the Boeing Championship – a stop on the PGA Champions Tour – is masterfully carved through the marshes and pine trees of Sandestin Florida Golf Resort. Robert Trent Jones Jr. crafted this unique and visually stunning 6,900-yard par 71 into what... Read More