In 1973, a nine-hole golf course named Thousand Oaks opened in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. 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 has offered 6413 yards of original character and is now being completely renovated to reopen as a brand new golf course in the Fall of 2020.

A photo slideshow of the old “Oak Bridge” course.

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