Tallahassee Golf Courses

Tallahassee Golf

Tallahassee, Florida, is truly a snowbird's paradise. Golfers come each winter to escape the cold of the North and experience world-class golf courses. Tallahassee's hilly terrain differs from the rest of Florida's flatlands, making the rolling hills of its golf courses, designed by legendary architects like Bill Amick and Robert Walter, truly unique. Golf lovers will be pleased to find year-round discount tee times at golf courses that are just a short drive away from the beach. After a fantastic round of golf with the buddies, snow birds old and young can enjoy all that Tallahassee has to offer, from visiting the historic Florida State Capitol Building to attending a Florida State University Seminoles football game.


Golf Courses Near Tallahassee, FL

Capital City Country Club

1601 Golf Terrace Drive,
Tallahassee, FL 32301 United States

Capital City Country Club, located in Tallahassee, Florida, features an 18-hole, par 72 golf course. The course rolls through massive pines and live oaks and features elevation changes more commonly found in the Northeastern United States. The first four holes are difficult, but golfers can recover on the middle holes. The signature hole on the back nine is the 17th, where the fairway drops down and a small pond protects the front of the par 4 hole. Capital City Country Club also offers a driving range, putting and chipping greens, and a practice bunker for loosening up before the round. After the round, golfers can stop in the clubhouse for a snack or beverage at the 19th Hole Grill. Don't miss out on this Tallahassee favorite. Book your tee time today.
Perry Golf & Country Club

4991 Golf Course Rd,
Perry, FL 32348 United States

Perry Golf & Country Club is a par 36 daily fee course located in Perry, FL. The nine hole course opened in 1952.
The Golf Club at Summerbrooke

7505 Preservation Road,
Tallahassee, FL 32312 United States

The Golf Club at Summerbrooke in Tallahassee, Florida, is a charming 18-hole course designed by former PGA TOUR player and course architect Dean Refram. This is a very unique track for the Florida Panhandle that features interesting elevation changes and water features. The “Devil’s Elbow,” a three-hole stretch on the back nine, is one of the most challenging and engaging stretches in all of Florida. Playing up to 6,845 yards with four tees, The Golf Club at Summerbrooke is sure to be a rewarding test for all golfers.