The Hombre Golf Club in Florida is a meticulously manicured scenic golf layout that offers 27 challenging championship holes- the “Good”, the “Bad”, and the “Ugly”. The entire course stretches in the state’s vast lands amidst marshes, wetlands, lakes and preserves being highlighted by a stunning assortment of pines, palms, and azaleas. The golf club first unveiled their 18 holes named as the “Bad” and “Ugly” in December of 1989. In 1990, the Hombre became the proud host of the PGA Tour event – The Panama City Beach Classic. And in 2001, the “Good” nine holes were added. The latter nine holes offer golfers with the 3, 170-yard Par-35 play.
With the perfectly designed 27 holes, the Hombre can give guests three unique 18-hole options of play. The golf club also has the four sets of tees to boast about each offering various difficulty level that will challenge even the highly skilled golf professional. The first 18 holes provide men golfers with a 5,400-yard of play from the senior tees and 6,836-yard of play from the championship tees. Lady golfers on the other hand will run into a challenging 4,901-yard of play. With the perfect combination of challenges for golfers with various skill levels, Hombre hosts the PGA Tour Qualifying School each fall for fifteen years.
The Hombre Golf Club is a perfect golf vacation destination for the entire family. Aside from being home to one of the finest golf layouts, Hombre also takes pride on having the professional golf instruction at The Academy. The place also offers the top-notch practice facilities where budding golfers can hone their skills. The golf club is also honored to have Hubert Green, an all-time PGA Tour winner, who serves as Hombre’s Club Touring Professional.