Golf Club at North Hampton

22680 North Hampton Club Way, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
904-548-0000   |   Visit Website

About Golf Club at North Hampton

The Golf Club at North Hampton is carved into the natural surroundings and framed by spring-fed lakes lined with coquina boulders and the wild grass and rolling dunes capture the feel of a Scottish links-style course.  Ornamented with bridges and man-made dunes, the rolling, high elevation course offers a perfect combination of the area’s natural beauty and the best of golf course architecture. All of these unique design features, coupled with the crowned fairways and fine sugar sand and coquina shell bunkers help to make North Hampton one of Florida’s most interesting and original courses.

 “The Golf Club at North Hampton is one of the 7th Best Course you can Play in Florida.” – Golf Week 

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May 19, 2021 by Brian B

Find a playable course

Not my favorite course.Best part of our experience the people that worked at the course and restaurant. If your index is above 15 I would suggest finding another course. The backside is very...

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Jan 27, 2021 by kharbourcpa

Disappointed

Played with a buddy on 1/26/21 and we won’t be going back. We’d played there a couple of years ago (he lives locally, I was vacationing on Amelia) and loved it so I booked us again. Boy, things have...

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Jan 05, 2021 by golbrifos

horrible course horrible experience horrible staff

i was in the yulee area with my family to spend new years with some friends who live there. i wanted to take my son to play a NICE golf course in the area. let me begin by saying the website makes...

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