Pompano Beach Golf
Pack your clubs and golf shoes! Whether you’re a pro gearing up for a tournament or want to play a leisurely game with friends, golf courses in Pompano Beach offer something for every skill level. Expert and novice golfers can enjoy the outdoors and engage in friendly competition. Here’s where to play golf in Pompano Beach.
Take a Swing at These Courses
Pompano Beach Golf Course
Begin a round of golf at any one of the two courses part of the Pompano Beach Golf Course.
The Greg Norman-designed Pines Championship Golf Course offers 18 holes with more than 7,100 yards and is a par 72. The adjacent 18-hole Palms Course features over 6,280 yards and is a par 71. If you need some assistance with your game, you can rent the course’s adaptive golf cart perfect for golfers with mobility challenges.
After a round of golf or a lesson, sit down for lunch or dinner at Galuppi’s, a laid-back restaurant overlooking the course. You’ll love this spot’s expansive indoor and open-air seating options, delicious American cuisine, popular Sunday brunch, and live music Wednesdays through Thursdays.
Palm Aire Country Club
Another option for golf is at the Palm Aire Country Club, home to three courses with 18 holes each and beautiful greens. The Palms Course, par 72, designed by William Mitchell, tips out at 6,944 yards. Then there are the two Tom and George Fazio-designed courses–par 72 The Cypress, with 6,810 yards, and the par 71 The Oaks Course, 6,910 yards. Golfers enjoy Palm Aire for its rich history and amenities, including two golf shops, two driving ranges, and a pro golf academy offering private and group lessons and more.
Ready to take a swing at Pompano Beach golf courses? Scroll below for more details on each course, rates, and to book your tee time.