Madison Florida Golf Courses

Madison Country Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Madison Country Club -- Spring Pilgrimage
Review by: Jim Catron This course is an excellent choice for early Spring play. Located in rural Madison country the course is reached by driving through a canopy road and has typical north Florida vegetation. With few exceptions (tournaments) play is possible when you arrive except on Mondays when the course is closed.
From Madison, Florida (born in Canal Zone, Republic of Panama)

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Mayfair Country Club -- Nastalgic Ross Course
Review by: Don Woody The Mayfair course brings us back to a time where the longest hitters on the PGA only drove the ball 250 yards. This means that for the majority of men today, you can play this course like the pro's play their championship 7200 yard courses. A good tee shot leaves you with a 7 to 9 iron approach. The signiture Donald Ross Turtle back greens are high and sloped and need to be navagated with thought. The open fairways mean that for the average golfer that is in the fringe or ruff you can still play on without haveing to take too many penality strokes like you do on some narrow house lined courses. In short, this course is beautiful with its tree lined fairways and a good challenge for the average golfer. If money value for course were a catagory this would be a five star.
From Sanford, FL