Featuring some of the highest elevations in the Jacksonville area, Hidden Hills Golf Club is a terrific Arnold Palmer signature design that's laid out over the rolling hills and fairways of a historic battleground. The course, which is the former home of the Greater Jacksonville Open on the PGA Tour, is also on the site where ground forces from France and Spain battled it out centuries ago. The Greater Jacksonville Open was the precursor to The PLAYERS Championship, and it was conducted at Hidden Hills, which opened in 1966, from 1970 to 1972. Gary Player, Tony Jacklin and Don January were the champions at Hidden Hills before the tournament moved to Sawgrass. Palmer redesigned the course in 1986. It plays 6,892 yards from the back tees, but there are four other sets, starting at 5,021 yards, making it playable for every level. The fairways are lined with tall pines and mature oaks, and water comes into play on a few holes. The course features several sharp dogleg and the tricky, well-bunkered elevated greens make Hidden Hills one of the more challenging courses in North Florida. The club also has excellent practice facilities, which include a driving range, chipping green and putting green. This semi-private club's PGA Professionals are also available for individual or group lessons. Inside the clubhouse, members and guests will find a well-stocked golf shop, locker rooms and the Hills Grill, which is open seven days a week for lunch or cold beverages, before or after golf.