Golf Florida’s First Coast

Golf Florida’s First Coast

Great Golf Stretches from Jacksonville to St. Augustine By Grant Fraser If birthdays become more special the older you get, imagine turning 450; especially if you are one of the fortunate few Floridians that call the charming city of St. Augustine home. The celebration, parties and fireworks have already begun along Florida’s Historic Coast as

Great Golf Stretches from Jacksonville to St. Augustine

By Grant Fraser

If birthdays become more special the older you get, imagine turning 450; especially if you are one of the fortunate few Floridians that call the charming city of St. Augustine home.

The celebration, parties and fireworks have already begun along Florida’s Historic Coast as 2015 marks the milestone year when General Pedro Menendez, and a thousand Spanish settlers, first set foot on the sandy shores of the area on September 8, 1565.

Fast forward a few centuries, and the area’s proud history prevails making St. Augustine the oldest, continuously occupied European settlement in the United States. A walk along the brick-paved streets will reveal one of the city’s 60 historic sites including Castillo de San Marcos, the oldest masonry fort in the U.S., and the Fountain of Youth, the location of the original Spanish settlement of St. Augustine.

And then there is the golf scene that starts a few miles north in Jacksonville, extends south through Ponte Vedra, before ending in St. Augustine. More

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