Palm Aire Country Club – Cypress Course

It is quite a feat for a golf course to be well loved and maintain an impressive reputation for three decades. All the more, that is an even bigger achievement if the golf course is located in the Sunshine State. Considering that Florida ranks among the states in the US with the most number of golf courses, owing it to the beautiful golf-perfect weather, any golf vacation destination could only wish to be remembered as among the best. The Cypress Course of the Palm Aire Country Club is one such course. Since its debut in 1979, it has been visited and revisited by golfers for its most unique, most wonderful features.

The 18-hole course is the handiwork of Tom and George Fazio, along with its sister course, the Mighty Oaks. The two superb championship courses are part of the four-course facility in Palm Aire Country Club in Pompano Beach, Fl. The Cypress Course of the Palm Aire Country Club measures a good 6,868 yards from the longest tees for a par of 72. It is best known for the beautiful scenery and challenging layout. This layout is characterized by cypress-lined fairways and stunning water features – and they double as the perfect hazards that bring the extra edge into each game – pro or amateur. Because of its pristine condition and superb layout, the course is not only a favored golf trip favorite, but a tournament course too.

In fact, the Cypress Course of the Palm Aire Country Club is the regular home of the Florida Open and the Dixie Amateur Tournaments. It must be this perfect combination of beauty, challenge, attitude and excellence in conditioning that makes the course favored and ranked among the best for golf vacations in Florida.

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