Panama City Beach is home to a huge variety of exceptional golf courses, each with its own character and challenges, and all located in spectacular settings. The mild winter temperatures are perfect for golfers, with daytime highs averaging 64 F. Expert or novice, Panama City Beach is undisputedly a year-round golfer’s paradise. All courses are convenient to Treasure Island Resort Condominium and many offer specials/discounts throughout the year, so be sure to check each official website for more information!
Hombre Golf Club, with its “The Good, The Bad & The Ugly” courses nestled amidst wet lands, marshes, lakes and preserves is a public golf course sure to challenge every aspect of your game. The courses feature water on 21 of the 27 holes and are meticulously manicured to PGA specifications throughout the year. Every fall, Hombre hosts the PGA Tour Qualifying School with previous special guests such as Gary Nicklaus, Mike Weir & Scott McCarron, to name a few. Winter guests, be sure to check out their website for "six ways to save" and other specials. 
Signal Hill Golf Club is located close to North Lagoon on Thomas Drive, and is Panama City Beach’s oldest golf club. Designed on original powder-white dunes, this public course features wide-open, well-maintained fairways and dazzling greens. This 18-hole course is relatively flat offering confidence boosting holes as well as some tantalizing tricky ones which makes it ideal for beginners, families,  or pros seeking a relaxing round. The kind, attentive staff have delighted guests for years and the club is well known for its reasonable rates. The website provides a list of winter rates that will not disappoint.

Semi-private golf clubs in Panama City Beach include the Marriott’s Bay Point Resort, featuring both the Nicklaus Course and The Meadows. The award-winning Nicklaus Course is the only Nicklaus Design golf course in Northwest Florida. It features lush fairways with generous plateaus and uncharacteristic elevation changes unique to the Florida Panhandle region. A few holes also offer stunning panoramic views of the Grand Lagoon and St. Andrews Bay. The Meadows course provides a classic country club style and stretches for 6,913 yards. This Florida resort golf course has the length to test the best golfer’s distance and offers several tight fairways, along with numerous bunkers and lakes which provide an ever-changing set of challenges. Take a look at their website for more information about the "six pack play cards" and other winter specials. 

A few miles away on Panama City Beach Parkway, Holiday Golf Club is a semi-private, 18-hole par 72 Championship Course. Holiday Golf Club’s broad lake-lined fairways and elevated greens are protected by bunkers of powder-soft white sand, and this Panama City Beach golf course has been described in national golf publications as among one of Florida’s most enjoyable yet challenging tracks. A one million dollar rejuvenation project was completed in July of 2014 in which you will now experience superb speeds and excellent consistency. Holiday Golf Club provides Bay County with the only lit Par 3 course that you can enjoy during the day or at night. Be sure to look at the website for winter rates and league information. 
Another Panama City Beach golfing favorite is the Shark’s Tooth Golf Club in the exclusive Wild Heron community on Panama City Beach's west end. This Greg Norman-designed course offers an ideal coastal golf experience for every golf enthusiast. The Shark's Tooth Golf Club incorporates the 7,204 yard, 18-hole golf course with a 10-acre practice facility, 21,000 square foot club house and pro shop.  In 2007, Golf Digest ranked Shark’s Tooth as one of the best golf courses in Florida and one of the best private courses in the nation. Be sure to view the website for more information regarding winter rates and tee times.