Welcome to the Florida golf course community golf homes section of NewHomeSource.com! Use our tools to find the right golf course home to fit your needs. On our site you'll find information about club houses, home elevations, floor plans and each location across Florida.
Come spend your days in luxury at one of the 1,517 golf course homes we currently have listed on Newhomesource.com from 42 different builders in 144 golf course communities. Each home is customizable to suit your needs with one of our 992 plans. Home sizes and prices vary according to builder, location, and personal preference, though average prices range from 129,900 to 5,999,000 and general home sizes range from 2 to 8 bedrooms and 2 to 9 bathrooms.
The bright and sunny state of Florida is home to Disneyworld, sandy beaches, and more golf courses than any other state in the country, with over 1,400 courses and 106 golf communities. Its mild subtropical climate provides an enjoyable atmosphere for golfing and living, with regular, brief rain supporting lush greenery for a beautiful round of golf anytime. The state also boasts continuously decreasing crime rates and a place on Forbes’ top 12 golf communities. True golf lovers will appreciate the close proximity to the Professional Golf Association (PGA) Headquarters in Palm Beach Gardens in Palm Beach County, which is home to more golf courses than any other county in the United States.
The state of Florida hosts a plethora of golf tournaments every year, both professional and amateur, one-day and weekend long with appealing opportunities for all ages and skill levels. Among these tournaments is the Winter Series, designed for individuals of ages 40 and up with 36 hole rounds from December to April. In addition to the Winter Series, the state hosts 48 USGA qualifying rounds, more than any other state in the country. Florida is also home to 5 of Golf.com’s “Top 25” golf schools in the United States, including the Arnold Palmer Golf Academy and the David Leadbetter Golf Academy, with three of these in the city of Orlando, where golf legend Tiger Woods called home until moving to Jupiter, FL.