9300 Emerald Coast Pkwy,
Sandestin, Florida FL 32550
18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Relatively flat terrain.
Woodland and residential.
10 miles E of Destin
Burnt Pine Golf Club at Sandestin: Just east of Destin on Florida's Emerald Coast, the Sandestin Resort boasts four very impressive championship golf courses - the jewels in the crown are the Burnt Pine layout (by Rees Jones), and Raven course (by elder brother, Robert Trent Jones Jr) - the Links and Baytowne courses also provide enjoyable golfing challenges - with Burnt Pine, Rees Jones again proved why he is one of the most respected course architects in the world - the layout has an expansive, roomy feel, even though most holes, especially on the front-nine, are routed through mature pine forest - along the way several holes are flanked by small lakes and ponds, while discreetly tucked away mansion-sized homes are occasionally in view across the fairway hugging ponds - on the back-nine the good-length, doglegging par-4 13th is the first of an immensely scenic triumvirate of holes that bring you to the shoreline of Choctawhatchee Bay - you'll need plenty of nerve for the tee-to-green carry over wetlands at the world-class par-3 14th, an undoubted highlight of the round (not least if you make par or better) - with a back-tee spectacularly located out in the Bay, the par-4 15th heads you back inland, alongside the Grand Sandestin (luxury condominium building) - with excellent maintenance, terrific bunkering and substantial rolling mounds along the fairways and around the superb greens, Burnt Pine throws down a great golfing challenge on one of the best courses in Florida.
Resort guests (staying at Sandestin Beach & Golf Resort) can book to play before 8am or after 1pm on weekdays and weekends.
No outside visitor play available.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Non-metal spike facility. Walking permitted at certain times (contact Pro Shop for information).
Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort is a 2,400-acre premier destination resort, located in Destin on Florida's Emerald Coast. Guests enter a world of 30 charming village neighborhoods featuring condominiums, villas, town homes and a wide variety of hotel accommodation. The resort boasts more than seven miles of sugar-white sand beach and bayfront property, four championship golf courses, 15 world-class tennis courts, 19 swimming pools, a 98-slip marina, water sports, children’s programs, a fitness center and spa, 65,000 square feet of meeting space and a pedestrian village complete with a wide array of shops, restaurants and vibrant nightlife.
9300 Emerald Coast Parkway West, Destin, FL 32550
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Sandestin's 1,500 accommodations and vacation rentals are grouped into four resort areas: Beachside, Village, Dockside and Linkside. Each of the four Florida resorts offers a unique locale, secure environment, and a rate range designed to suit your style and accommodate your budget.
Burnt Pine; Raven; Baytowne; The Links
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