The Jacksonville Beach Golf Course has been part of the city landscape since 1960. For over 6 decades the course has been a popular golf destination for locals and visitors in the Jacksonville area.
We heard that the Parks and Recreation Department in Jacksonville Beach was investing 1.5 million dollars into improving a local landmark.
What we didn't know was that two world class companies were working together to renovate the Jacksonville Beach golf course. After visiting the site and speaking with the team, we were delighted to learn that they are creating a masterpiece in our own backyard. The renovation is awesome, so we created this video to help share their story #pressplayonyourstory A World-Class Team Creating a World-Class Course The City of Jacksonville Beach has enlisted world class architect Harrison Minchew to design the new layout. Harrison worked for the Arnold Palmer Design Company for over 27 years and lists over 140 courses around the world in his portfolio. His work includes The Palmer Course at PGA West in La Quinta, California, site of the PGA TOUR’s Humana Challenge and The Palmer Course at the K Club in Straffan, Ireland, site of the 2006 Ryder Cup Matches. The construction of the new course is being handled by MacCurrach Golf.
Since 1987, their team has provided the highest level of service available in the golf course construction industry. Over 100 clubs have placed their trust in MacCurrach Golf including The PGA TOUR’s TPC Sawgrass, The Atlantic Beach Country Club, The Plantation at Ponte Vedra and Pablo Creek.
You can get more information about the course and book your Tee-Time at JaxBchGolf.com