Cape Coral is a large peninsula and is bordered in the south and east by the Caloosahatchee River and in the west by Matlacha Pass. The city of Fort Myers lies across the Caloosahatchee River to the south.
Orlando and surrounding Central Florida offer some of the best golf on the planet, including two Nicklaus-designed courses - the Tradition Course in Reunion and the Grand Cypress Golf Club in Orlando.
45 holes of Jack Nicklaus Signature golf. A truly diverse selection of Orlando golf. Welcome to a Florida golf resort more grand than you ever imagined; welcome to Grand Cypress Golf Club.
The Gold Coast is the region of the southeastern coast of the U.S. state of Florida between Jupiter and Miami. The region consists of the long urban cluster that runs along the eastern shores of Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade County; also called the South Florida metropolitan area.
The Lakes course, a 7,439 yard Par 72, originally designed in 1984 and renovated in 2003 by legendary Jack Nicklaus, it offers strategically placed bunkers.
The 2006 redesigned North Palm Beach Country Club is the only year-round municipal "Nicklaus Signature Course" in the United States.
Palm Coast and Flagler County offer more than 19 miles of untouched Florida beaches making a perfect destination for beachcombing, surfing, water sports or just relaxing in the sun.
Set on over two miles of pristine Atlantic coastline, Hammock Beach boasts all the amenities one could desire - including nationally recognized golf, a full-service spa and fitness center, an elaborate water pavilion, exceptional dining.
Panama City and surrounding Bay County are best known for white sand beaches and crystal blue water, where large pods of dolphins swim year-round. These beaches attract hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world each year.
Port St. Lucie is located north of the St. Lucie Fork River, and south of Fort Pierce, FL. To its east is the Atlantic Ocean. According to the Koppen climate classification, Port St. Lucie falls under a Tropical Monsoon Climate.
The name First Coast is an intentional double entendre - it refers to both the first permanent European settlement (St. Augustine) which lies within its boundaries, and also that it is the "first coast" within the state of Florida that one would encounter while traveling southbound along the Atlantic seaboard.
Florida is a Jack Nicklaus kind of place. There are more golf courses here than in any other U.S. state, and thanks to Florida's diverse landscape there is an incredible variety of courses to experience from north to south.
Northwest Florida is home to some of the country's best beaches - and top-rated golf isn't far behind. One must-play is Palm Coast's Ocean Course at Hammock Beach. A Jack Nicklaus Signature design, it's Florida's first oceanfront course since the 1920's and has often been dubbed "The Pebble Beach of the East Coast."
Further south is Palm Beach County, a veritable golf paradise. Not only does the Golden Bear make his home here, he has also chosen the Palm Beach area for several Nicklaus Design courses.
While Central Florida may be the "theme park capital of the world", greater Orlando is also an incredibly popular travel choice for golfers. There are several Nicklaus courses to play, including 45 holes of Jack Nicklaus Signature golf at Grand Cypress.
No matter where you go in the Sunshine State, great golf (including plenty of Nicklaus courses) is never far away.