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Golf Club At North Hampton

Golf Club At North Hampton

22680 N Hampton Club Way Fernandina Beach, FL 32034-8095 URL:   Course Website

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The "KING" himself, Arnold Palmer, designed the golf course and we treat you like "ROYALTY!" This par 72 championship design is wrapped around over ten crisp spring fed lakes lined with coquina boulders and offers elevations over 40 feet. The wild grasses and rolling hills give you the feel of an Old Scottish Links Course. This is a course you will not soon forget.

Course Information for Golf Club At North Hampton

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)
Managed by Hampton Golf Clubs

Golf Club At North Hampton Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Arnold Palmer/Ed Seay, ASGCA
72 par, 7,171 yards
74.7 rating, 143 slope
Real Estate Development facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $85.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Ed Tucker, General Manager/Director of Golf/Golf Professional
Golf Professional: Todd McCorkle

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Fernandina Beach, FL

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Golf Club At North Hampton 4.5 5 125 125
Great layout. Challenging layout, greens rolled true. Bunkers were in good shape and easy to control shots out of. Should of hit 3 iron off a few teeboxes, but other than that, the course is fairly open.. Lots of undulations and tough green reads. April 14, 2014
Good track Great value at $50; slope from the blacks listed at 144 but played more like 135. Pebble is 145. will come again. April 14, 2014
Afternoon Saturday Awesome coarse - not easy will add strokes to your normal score April 13, 2014
Excellent Condition The Golf Club at North Hampton was in excellent condition and the staff was very personable and helpful. One issue was the absence of the starter, we waited for about ten minutes and went off the first tee without ever seeing him. The beverage cart was timely and the girl was polite. We only saw a ranger once and really wish there was one on the back nine as two guys ahead of us did not know the meaning of ready golf or how to take less than 20 minutes to play a hole. These two clowns repeatedly waited and stood in the middle of the fairway before taking their next shot. They also spent more time hunting for someone else's lost ball in the woods/water than playing the game. The lack of a competent ranger made us skip the last two holes as it had already taken over 2 1/2 hours to complete the seven holes on the back nine. There was no one ahead of these guys and they were just complete slow, old morons. I would return to play this course as everything was well done except the need for a ranger. I made it known to the staff that the lack of a ranger that would move these guys along or allow us to play through was needed. April 11, 2014
Great Day Definitely a favorite in North FL. You had the best looking cart girl around, sorry to hear that she was retiring. April 10, 2014
Hardest Course in the area. i play this course regularly because is very challenging. You should have your A or B game. If you like a challenge, this is the course in this area. This time greens were a little slow but usually are very fast. I recommend this course. April 9, 2014
Challenging course with undulating greens Very picturesque, lots of water, very fast greens. April 8, 2014
Course is in HORRIBLE SHAPE So I decided to take the long ride out to this course as i have read the reviews and heard from other people that this course is a hidden gem. This is also one of the sites holding a us open regional and as I am getting ready for that I figured some time on this course would be a good idea as I had never played it before. Got to the course and it looked like a interesting layout. Headed to the range and warmed up- range was ok nothing exciting but did the job. Hit a few putts on the practice green and realized that I should of stayed at my home course instead of driving all the way up here. It was bumpy slow and extremely shaggy. I was kind of hoping that there practice green was just in rough shape as my home course is really bad too. Got to the first tee box and it was slow. REALLY but I took it as a chance to learn the good/dead areas of were to hit the tee shot and so forth. Tee boxes were average for what I have played, they were flat too. Got to the fairway and it was dried out dormant still, lots of divots not sanded. Then hit my approach shot into the green. This is were I almost just walked off the course. The greens are worse then the putting green. They are so bad I didn't hit a single putt. I used wedge to putt with. They were shaggy bumpy slow and had limited greens in areas. I was in shock that everybody said this course was in amazing shape. Needless to say the group infront of me let me play through them on 2. I caught a 4 some playing lesson with the pro that wouldn't let me get thru them so at the 6th hole thor guard went off and I got to leave with a 9 hole refund. Anybody want it? You guys have a lot of work to do for your qualifier in less then a month. April 7, 2014
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