Featured Golf Course

In this section learn more about the history of the course and its hometown, see a selection of historic and current images of the course, learn about what the course is like today, and discover nearby historic sites.

Sebring Golf Club


The Sebring Golf Club is located in the City of Sebring in Highlands County. In 1924, the City of Sebring appropriated the money to build a municipal golf course, selecting 160 acres on the south side of Lake Jackson. In January 1925, golf architect William Herbert “Bert” Way of the Mayfield Country Club of Cleveland , Ohio came to Sebring to lay out the municipal golf course.  A.D. Taylor, a city planner and landscape architect also from Cleveland, had the contract to build the course, and construction immediately followed. In early 1926, nine holes of the golf course were opened for play, while the other nine were under construction. The complete 18-hole course officially opened in 1929.

Sebring Golf Club - Golf Course Architect Bert Way

Sebring Golf Course 1944 Aerial

Sebring Golf Course 1931

Sebring Golf Course c1930s


The 18-hole, par-72 Sebring Golf Course features four sets of tees playing from 4,900 to 6,200 yards. In the style of an older, traditional Florida golf course, Sebring offers a relaxing, enjoyable round of golf for players of all skill levels. Sebring Golf Course ranks as the cornerstone of the city's recreational amenities, known around town as "The Muni." The Muni also welcomes and encourages walkers.

1st Green at Sebring Golf Club

17th Tee at Sebring Golf Club

Hazard at Sebring Golf Club

Sebring Golf Club

Local Knowledge

The golf course features several dog-leg holes but none more severe that the 2nd hole.  Dating back to the original routing, the par-4 hole turns nearly 90 degrees, and plays from 245 to 308 yards, tempting golfers to cut the corner.

2nd Hole at Sebring Golf Club Over the Years: 1944-1952-1974-Current

Inside the Leather

Sebring International Raceway - Sebring International Raceway is America's premier sports car racing facility. Nestled among the orange groves and cattle ranches of central Florida, it is the oldest permanent road racing track in North America. The race track evolved from Hendricks Field, a World War II air base, where they trained thousands of men for B-17 combat air crews. The Hendricks Army Airfield/Sebring Regional Airport is a site on the Florida World War II Heritage Trail

The track is active 365 days a year with automotive testing, club events, racing schools, corporate events and other activities. Sebring is world famous for the annual 12-Hour endurance race. Since 1952, Sebring’s 12-Hour classic has been the premier sports car endurance race in North America. Sebring International Raceway’s historic circuit has hosted the world’s greatest cars and drivers over the past six decades. Visit Sebring International Raceway for more details.

Sebring Speedway c1950s

Sebring Speedway Race 1956

Sebring International Speedway Race

Sebring International Speedway Aerial

Visit - Contact

Sebring Golf Club

3118 Golfview Road
Sebring, Florida 33875

3118 Golfview Road
Sebring, Florida 33875

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Phone: 863.314.5919