Hammock Beach, A Salamander Golf & Spa Resort

Hammock Beach, A Salamander Golf & Spa Resort

    Hammock Beach Resort is a fantastic four star hotel located on the east coast of Florida in Palm Coast. The beautiful resort is the perfect for both groups of golfers and families who are looking to soak up the sun in luxury accommodation. Not only is the hotel a mere 4 minute walk to the beach, it also contains plenty to keep everyone happy within the hotel complex such as a 6 acre water park and two glorious 18 hole golf courses with one of them being a Jack Nicklaus signature course and the other being the work of 8 time major winning champion, Tom Watson. There are also state of the art spa facilities at the resort so if you prefer to be pampered all day rather than play golf then this is the perfect place for you.

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    Hammock Beach Golf Courses

    The Oceanside Course

    Par: 72
    Designer: Jack Nicklaus
    Opened for play:2000
    Previously tournaments hosted: 2007 & 2008 Ginn Championship on The Champions Tour


    This fabulous top 100 golf course was designed by no other than the legendary Jack Nicklaus. The course fabulous integrates the natural surroundings with classic golfing holes. Not only do you play through, over and around the lakes but 6 of the holes on the course skirt the magnificent Atlantic Ocean. 4 of these 6 are the infamous “Bear Claw” which has been responsible for ruining many a golfer’s round over the years.

    Like any Jack Nicklaus Signature course, The Ocean Course at Hammock Beach Resort has received a vast number of different accolades that only reinforce how beautiful a course this is. In 2009 it was the 7th best Jack Nicklaus course you can play and in the same year it was recognised as the 12th best course in the state in terms of its architecture. A couple of years prior to this in 2007, it was also voted to be the 53rd best resort course in the world. Having hosted the 2008 Ginn Championship on The Champions Tour, the tournament was won by 2 times Green Jacket winner Bernhard Langer.

    The Conservatory Course

    Par: 72
    Designer: Tom Watson
    Open for play:2000
    Previously tournaments hosted: 2008 Ginn sur Mer Classic on The PGA Tour


    Known as being the longest and hardest course in the state, the conservatory course provides golfers with a unique challenge that they won’t find anywhere else. Comprised of 140 acres of land and 76 acres of this being water it is no wonder that people struggle to play to their handicap round this monster. As well as water being a hazard, there are also 143 bunkers on the course which is an average of 7 per hole.

    The course is designed by Tom Watson so it is no wonder that the course is beautiful but requires serious skill to get your way around it. Furthermore, the conservatory has also won a number of awards under their belt such as the number 3 course in America in 2008 and in 2010 it was the 40th best tour course that the public can play. This still however, doesn't do the course its full justice as the stunning views of the lakes make it one of the most picturesque courses in Florida. The Conservatory Course is not shy of having some of PGA Tours biggest names roaming its fairways either and in 2008 when it hosted the Ginn sur Mer Classic, Ryan Palmer claimed the trophy for his second win on the PGA Tour and first in 4 years.

    Accommodation at Hammock Beach, A Salamander Golf & Spa Resort

    When staying at Hammock Beach Resort, the lavishly designed rooms cater to your every need whether it be a family room you desire or you and your friends want to be in a fabulous villa of you own for the week. The big rooms and apartments are situated in the Ocean Tower, Yacht Harbour Village and the Cinnamon Beach area which all contain either 1, 2 or 3 rooms which suit families or small groups of golfers. On top of this, all the rooms have a stunning view of either the ocean or resort complex and contain a number of modern amenities to make sure your stay is a comfortable as possible such as, walk in shower, high speed internet and TV. The Villas are also perfect for golfers with the Oceanside course only being a well played chip shot away, some late night putting practice on the green can be had (if needed).

    Guests will never be short of wonderful dining options when staying at the Hammock Beach Resort as there are 5 different relaxing spots that incorporate the surroundings to make them as tasteful as the food. Whether you want fresh sushi, a drink in the cigar bar or a high end culinary experience in Delfinos the hotel has it all for you. Away from the hotel there is also plenty for guests to do, such as for the day you can go and explore the local area and discover the historic city of St Augustine, the World Golf Village and the world famous Daytona Beach.


    • Golf Buggies
    • Driving Range
    • Pro Shop
    • Putting Greens
    • Practice Area
    • Golf Club Hire
    • Club House
    • Championship Standard Course
    • Tennis
    • Squash
    • Outdoor Swimming Pool
    • Spa
    • In House Restaurant
    • In House Bar
    • Late Night Bar
    • On-Site Parking
    • Satellite TV
    • Direct Dial Telephone
    • Air-Conditioning

    Hammock Beach, A Salamander Golf & Spa Resort Frequently Asked Questions

    Q – What are Check in / Check out times at Hammock Beach Resort?

    A – Check In time: 16:00 hrs and Check Out time: 11:00 hrs.

    Q – What time is breakfast served?

    A – Breakfast is served in the Delfino Restaurant between 07:00 am and 11:00am.

    Q – When is the best time of year to visit Hammock Beach Resort?

    A –July, August and September are Florida's hottest months so if you want golf in the sun then that is the time to go. 

    Q – How much does a 1 hour golf lesson cost at Hammock Beach Resort?

    A – It would cost you $125 for an hour lesson and $75 for a half hour lesson.

    Answers provided by Freddie from the Marketing Department