|Hombre Golf Club in Panama City Beach, Florida is one of the Premier Championship Golf Resorts in the Sunshine State. Hombre is host to the PGA Tour Qualifying School. The Wes Burnham designed course features water on 15 of the 18 original holes and has added 9 holes with less water but wetland areas that you have to cross on 3 tee shots. The new nine holes called "the Good" have been added to the original holes "the Bad" and "the Ugly".|
|The Hombre’s four sets of tees allow golfers to choose the level of difficulty that best fits their game and handicap. On the original 18 holes the course plays from 5,275 yards (senior tees) to 6,820 yards (championship tees) for the men while the ladies layout is a challenging 4800 yards. The Hombre opened in December 1989 with 18 holes and hosted its first PGA Tour event in 1990, The Panama City Beach Classic. In 2001, Hombre added the "Good" nine holes (3170 yards, par 35) to go along with the original "Bad" and "Ugly" nines. With 27 holes, Hombre can give you three different 18 hole options.|
|In the fall of the year, Hombre hosts the PGA Tour Qualifying School. In the past Hombre has had the likes of Gary
Nicklaus, Mike Weir, Michael Campbell, Frank Lickliter and Scott McCarron at the "Q" School, just to name a few.
Both scenic and challenging, Hombre is nestled amidst wetlands, marsh, lakes and preserves while beautifully framed by a stunning assortment of palms, pines, and azaleas. The Hombre challenges every aspect of your game making sure that nearly every club in your bag is used. For Tee Times call (850) 234-3673.
Hombre Golf Club