This spring, resorts in Florida & Puerto Rico offer a golf course for every type of golfer, including those looking for a family-friendly round, those seeking a spectacular view and those pressed for time.
With its newly renovated Resort Course, the Boca Raton Resort & Club, A Waldorf Astoria Resort is the ultimate putter’s paradise for golf-enthusiasts seeking an unforgettable family golf experience. In an effort to cater to golfers of all skill levels, the resort has installed a family tee on every hole. These tees are featured in Barefoot Golf, a fun, laid-back experience for those seeking a more casual golf environment. The Resort Course also features new and improved bunkers; a new putting practice green; larger tees to accommodate increased rounds; and reconstructed TifEagle putting surfaces. Family members of all ages may also enhance their golf skills with daily clinics and private lessons offered at the resort’s Golf Academy. While staying on property, guests may also enjoy dining at 13 restaurants and bars, award-winning Waldorf Astoria Spa, private beach, two state-of-the-art fitness centers, multiple pools, much loved FlowRider wave simulator, and more.
Nightly Rates start from $299. For more information or to book, please visitwww.BocaResort.com
For Golf with a View:
El Conquistador Resort, A Waldorf Astoria Resort (Fajardo, Puerto Rico)
Perched high above on a 300-ft. cliff, the Arthur Hills 18-hole course at El Conquistador Resort, A Waldorf Astoria Resort features magnificent views overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and El Yunque Rainforest. This award-winning course is also equipped with a practice putting green, driving range, and lessons from a PGA instructor. Those looking for a golf-filled getaway may book the resort’s Unlimited Golf Package, which includes complimentary breakfast.
Nightly Rates start from $156. For reservations or more information, please visitwww.elconresort.com
For Short-but-Sweet Golf:
South Seas Island Resort (Captiva, Fla.)
Ranked as one of the “Top Five Short Courses” in the world, the Captiva Course at South Seas Island Resort in Southwest Florida is the ideal spot for players of all abilities to test their skills. The course provides players with a short-but-sweet nine-hole course featuring stunning gulf and beach views from every hole. While staying on property, guests can also enjoy two-and-a-half miles of private beach, 20 pools featuring their H2Woah! waterslide, a variety of water sports, multiple jogging trails, shopping, family-friendly ScoutAbout scavenger hunt and more.