Introducing North Florida's newest championship golf venue. Royal St. Augustine Golf & Country Club is a masterful creation ... More
Royal St. Augustine Golf & CC
Introducing North Florida's newest championship golf venue. Royal St. Augustine Golf & Country Club is a masterful creation of renowned golf course architect J. Christopher Commins. Rolling fairways, intense bunkering and scenic view from every perspective make for a superb day on the links. The facility boasts a fully equipped clubhouse, practice facilities.
New staff... There is a new Director of Golf at Royal and he is great....customer service has improved signifigantly. Greens are great and a true thinking golf course. It can play tough if played the wrong way, play this course the way it was meant to be played and you will have a blast. Hope this helps
Played this course today and wanted to post this review because of what I read on here prior. First of all, anyone who bashes this course is dead wrong, they are just upset they cannot hit a fairway to save their life. The course is tight and challenging. "Target golf" as it is called, if you pick the right spots it will be an excellent round. Course was in pristine winter shape, which means it is probably in better shape than most courses this time of year because it is in Florida. Staff was extremely friendly. Only downside would be the paths from hole to hole. It takes a while to get to the next hole and half the time you are driving down a neighborhood street looking for the next sign. This aside, I would highly recommend Royal St. Augustine as it is a great track.
I felt compelled to post this, due to the unfairness of many of the reviews. Course is tight with plenty of water and sloping fairways, but that just adds to the challenge and fun. A legitimate 10 handicap will enjoy this test - just don't expect to score well your first time here. A hacker who can't hit straight or keep the ball airborne will have difficulty. That's the way it should be.
Comments such as "worst course I've ever played" and other extreme, derogatory remarks are simply untrue, and not even close to reality. In a way, it's a good thing that many of these anal apertures don't enjoy courses such as this. It means they are unlikely to return (along with their wayward, pitiful games and poor golf etiquette) which translates into rounds that will be much more satisfying for the rest of us.
Played on March 18. Course was in average condition and staff was marginal. Layout/design was awful. Very narrow fairways, large mounds and bunkers in the middle of fairways. Golfing here might be a challenge but I prefer golfing to be fun and enjoyable. The price is attractive and the experience is not worth it.
The back tees make this a challenge, so you have to play to your ability.
Wanna score?, aim for the 150Y markers and you will enjoy a good round.
This is St Augustine, not NYC, so leave your attitude up there and the staff will treat you like a King.
Price is right also.
From the general area and after reading several of the reviews was leery about playing. Not for the faint of heart, but a very challenging course, in great winter condition with outstanding value.
Don't know what the naysayers were expecting, but I was most presently suprised and will return once I get my game up to par.
I can't believe people wouldn't like this course. It is challenging and in great condition. The entire staff was friendly
and very helpful. This course makes you
a better golfer. It makes you think. Golf
should be a challenge. I would recommend this course to everyone.
I've played Royal dozens of times and I couldn't agree LESS with what the other YAHOO users are saying. You can't hit a fairway 75 YARDS WIDE, give me a break. A 10 hcp looses 12-15 balls. Bull! Yes, its tight, but unfair NO WAY. This is the way golf should be. You need to think your way around and look for landing areas. If you want to blast drivers all day go to the driving range. This is a player's track, but hackers can play just play the right tees and play consevative. As far as the people go; everyone has always been nice to me. If you just want to horse around on a golf course stick to the putt-putts on the beach. If you like a real challange play Royal.
Very tight and UGLY golf course. Played here 3 years ago and it was in much better condition and the service was outstanding. Now it is HORRIBLE!!! Poor service is all over the place: pro shop, snack area, golf course. What a poor run facility. It is cheap but do not be "fooled" pay very little more and have a better experience 5-miles up the road. My family had a very poor experience here.
I had heard the course was tough...but it really plays unfair. I am a 10 handicap and lost 12 balls. Mounds in the middle of fairways, holes only 75 yards wide with either woods or water on either side. Service was, unfortunately, the worst I have ever experienced. Overall staff was rude, course was not enjoyable and do not waste your money, even if it is cheap....no one wants to play it.
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