In 1973, a nine-hole golf course named Thousand Oaks opened in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. As golf continued to boom in the area, World Golf Hall of Fame member and seven-time major championship winner Arnold Palmer and renowned course designer Ed Seay combined forces to lengthen the course to 18 holes. Eventually renamed Oak Bridge, the course today stands at 6413 yards and retains much of its original character.

Set within the gates of the Sawgrass Players Club, Oak Bridge sits perfectly among the oaks, sawgrass and native wildlife of the Ponte Vedra landscape. With a series of different tee boxes, the course provides golfers of all skill levels the chance to challenge themselves while having a great time.

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