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Raven Golf Club

Raven Golf Club, home in 2006 and 2007 to a stop on the PGA Champions Tour and the site of the 2013 NCAA Division III National Championships, is masterfully carved through the marshes, wetlands and pine trees of Sandestin. Robert Trent Jones Jr. crafted this unique and visually stunning par 71 layout into what he calls "a true modern traditional." Voted "Best New Course in Florida in 2000" by Florida Golf News, hailed with 4 1/2 Stars by Golf Digest in 2006 and 2008, and named "#14 in Florida" by Golf Magazine, Raven is a must play during your stay. Raven Golf Club plays from 5,060 to 6,931 yards and offers four sets of tees. Raven Golf Club can be reached at 850.267.8155.

Burnt Pine Golf Club

Rees Jones proves why he is one of the most respected architects in the world in this, the most heralded and most exclusive of Sandestin's four courses. Breathtaking views along the Choctawhatchee Bay highlight the back nine, while the front side brings golfers through the pine forests and wetlands of the Emerald Coast. Side by side with Sandestin's Raven Golf Club, it is the only place in the world where Rees and Robert Trent Jones Jr. courses meet. Burnt Pine plays from 5,153 to 7,001 yards and offers four sets of tees. Burnt Pine Golf Club can be reached at 850.267.6500.

Baytowne Golf Club

Extensively renovated in the summer of 2005 by original course architect Tom Jackson, this course hailed three times by Golf Digest's Places to Play with 4 ½ Stars, takes guests from the beach to the bay, and boasts some of the only elevation changes in the area. It is also the home of the 2013 NCAA Division III National Championship. Baytowne Golf Club is as forgiving from the forward tees as it is challenging from the championship ones, and now includes a fifth set of junior tees. Baytowne plays to a par 71, and ranges from 3,002 to 6,804 yards. To contact Baytowne Golf Club call 850.267.8155.

The Links Golf Club

The Links Golf Club at Sandestin is the home of the 2013 NCAA Division III National Championship at Sandestin. It is the ultimate in risk reward golf that provides guests with the most spectacular views on the Emerald Coast. Renowned architect Tom Jackson designed this winding layout against the backdrop of the Baytowne Marina and the Choctawhatchee Bay. With five holes that run along the bay, guests are treated to a links' style golf outing like no other on the Emerald Coast. The Links Golf Club plays from 4,969 to 6,710-yards and has four sets of tees. To reach The Links Golf Club call 850.267.8144.

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