The Majors Golf Club is an Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay masterpiece that is reminiscent to most of the Carolina layouts. The entire layout was set in the Florida’s vast acres through, around, and across the lakes, natural wetlands, preservation areas, creeks, and the natural wetlands. Being one of the unspoiled semi-private golf facilities in Brevard County as well member of the prestigious Florida Golf Trail, the Majors continue to attract all sorts of golfers. This 18-hole challenging golf course opened in 1999. And in 2003-2005, the Golf Club was home to the PGA Sunshine State Championship.
What makes this challenging golf course quite different from the rest is that it has no less than five spectacular golf holes. The #1, #5, #7, #14, and #15 comprise the impressive golf holes, each playing on an amazing island green Par-3 with the silky smooth rolling greens. To add up to the challenge, golfers will have to go through the tight fairways that are often difficult to hit, the true and fast greens, and the numerous bunkers. From the tips, golfers are to take a 7,352-yard Par-72 play. The layout was given a 73.8 course rating and 141 slope rating.
Aside from the incredible golf course, The Majors Golf Club also features an award-winning practice facility that was cited by The Golfer Magazine as one of the “Top 10 in the World”. The place also boasts about the extravagant 6,000-square foot Augusta styled clubhouse that provides guests with the best views of the layout. The Majors Golf Club is definitely not a mind-numbing “out-and-back” golf facility. Once an Arnold Palmer designs a course, it always lives up to the quality that is beyond compare.