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Best golf courses near Seaside, FL

Below, you’ll find a list of courses near Seaside, FL. There are 12 courses within a 15-mile radius of Seaside, 9 of which are public courses and 3 are private courses. There are 10 18-hole courses and 1 nine-hole layouts.

The above has been curated through Golf Digest’s Places to Play course database, where we have collected star ratings and reviews from our 1,900 course-ranking panelists. Join our community by signing up for Golf Digest+ and rate the courses you’ve visited recently.

Shark's Tooth Golf Club
Private
Shark's Tooth Golf Club
Panama City Beach, FL
4.1
57 Panelists
Shark's Tooth fits nicely into the oeuvre of Greg Norman's Florida work. Located on the banks of Lake Powell just west of Panama City Beach and east of Highway 30A with five holes that play along the marshy shore, the design features the Shark's trademark wall-to-wall fairway cut, bright white bunkers the jut into the line of play, crushed coquina shell transition areas and slick-shouldered greens that fade into close-cropped chipping swales.
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Camp Creek Golf Club
Private
Camp Creek Golf Club
Panama City Beach, FL
4.1
62 Panelists
Located along the popular and stylish Highway 30A section of northwest Florida, Camp Creek is available to play for guests staying in the WaterColor and WaterSound communities. An underated course in the Fazio portfolio, the design explores several ecosystems including a sand and dunes section near the breezy Gulf Coast, holes that play around a series of internal lakes and a forest loop on the northside of the property with some of the course's best holes, including the reachable par-5 12th with a centerline bunker awaiting second shots, the short par-4 13th playing up to a tabletop green, the gorgous downhill par-3 14th nestled against water and the long, stout par-4 15th with a large, wavy green.
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Santa Rosa Golf & Beach Club: Santa Rosa
Public
Santa Rosa Golf & Beach Club: Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa Beach, FL
4
24 Panelists
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Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort: Burnt Pine
3.8
67 Panelists
After routing players through the pine forests and wetlands of the Emerald Coast, Rees Jones wows golfers on the back nine with views of the Choctawhatchee Bay. Much like the differing scenery on each nine, players will be required to hit a different type of approach shot into each green. Unlike the other three courses at Sandestin, which are open to the non-resort guests, Burnt Pine is only open to members and resort guests.
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Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort: Baytowne
One of four 18-hole layouts at the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort, the Baytowne course extends from the Choctawhatchee Bay to near the Gulf of Mexico. There are more elevation changes on Baytowne compared to the other three Sandestin layouts. The course offers five sets of tees, including one that plays just 3,000 yards, perfect for kids and beginners.
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Windswept Dunes
Public
Windswept Dunes
Freeport, FL
About 30 miles northeast of Destin, Windswept Dunes plays through white sand dunes that give this Northwest Florida track a unique feel. Windswept Dunes is second-shot golf course, as the fairways are extremely wide, while the approaches can be a little more demanding. The layout plays over 750 acres and has a more rural feel than many of the resort courses along the Gulf Coast.
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Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort: Raven
Public
Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort: Raven
Miramar Beach, FL
The Raven Golf Club at Sandestin is a Robert Trent Jones Jr. design that hosted a PGA Tour Champions event in the mid-2000s. Both the fairways and the greens have a fair amount of undulation, creating some uneven lies on approaches and testing lag putts. The course is highlighted by the par-3 sixth, which plays to a generous island green. There are bunkers on each side of the green, saving errant shots from finding the surrounding water.
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Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort: The Links
There’s plenty of variety at The Links course at Sandestin—sharp doglegs, split fairways and crossing water hazards abound on this risk/reward Tom Jackson design. Five holes play along Choctawhatchee Bay, offering terrific views. As is often the case in the area, strong winds off the Gulf are common.
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