Palm Aire Country Club – Mighty Oaks Course

Every golf course developer knows how important it is to be praised by both professional golfers and tournament organisers. Having amateurs consider their course as a prime golf vacation destination is one thing, but when the elephant in the room says something awesome about it, the course immediately steps a level up from its previous reputation. The Palm Aire Country Club – Mighty Oaks Course at Southern Florida surely tickles the preference of all these golf enthusiasts as it contains the right ingredients to transform those people into genuine advocates.

Developed in the 1970s, the 18-hole, playing for par-71 course, shows a classical and sophisticated layout which is favored by majority of the community near Pompano Beach. Because of the magnificent landscape here, this golf vacation location stands out among the finest in Florida. The Palm Aire Country Club – Mighty Oaks Coursesister course, the Cypress, which is also a collaboration of architects Tom and George Fazio, complements with the Mighty Oaks in successfully forming the four-course golf facility. The multi-million dollar overhaul project in 1998 enhanced the originally wonderful design of this area where rolling greens, highlighted TifEagle Turf and marvellous bunkers abound. Towering mighty oaks and impressive water features installed here also add to the awe inspiring atmosphere.

Aside from playing golf, the Palm Aire Country Club – Mighty Oaks Course is also equipped with sumptuous food and beverage services. The restaurant offers a range of golf vacation packages including a hearty breakfasts, delightful lunch and lavish dinner that any player deserves after a heart stopping game at this most memorable golf course of Palm Aire Country Club. 

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