Located in Royal Palm Beach, just west of the Florida Turnpike in East Central Palm Beach County and only 15 minutes from downtown West Palm, The Links at Madison Greens is a Golf Digest 4.9 out of 5 rated golf course, and is consistently rated in the top 20 in courses in Florida.
Home to the Florida State and U.S. Amateur Championship Qualifiers, and the site of the 2012 Florida Golf Association Men’s Senior Championship, Madison Greens has five sets of tees that play from 4,700 to over 7,100 yards, ensuring that no matter your skill level, there is a place for you to play.
Over 100 sand bunkers and 1,000 palm trees line the course, and there is water in play on 15 of 18 holes. Tif-Eagle Greens that are typically running around 11 on the Stimpmeter has made this a Golf Magazine “must play.”
Designed by John S. Sanford, Jr., Madison Greens opened in 2001, and recently went through a major renovation of the clubhouse and grill.
Hole 10 – Par 4, 449 yards
This hole is the most difficult on the course and was voted the 10th hardest hole in Palm Beach County, regularly giving first-time players fits. The tee shot is played to an extremely undulating 90-degree dogleg right fairway that has ample room on the left side, but OB left and long, and water down the right side from tee to green.
Hole 15 – Par 4, 341 yards
The shortest par 4 on the course, this risk-reward slight dogleg right hole can be driven from the more forward tees into a tremendously undulating green.
Hole 18 – Par 4, 427 yards
Routinely considered one of the most outstanding finishing holes in Palm Beach County – with probably the most challenging second shot on the course – over water to a very undulating green that is guarded on the left by hills and bunkers and the right by water.