Park Ridge is a unique golf course and park located in Lake Worth, Florida.
In 2004, the Solid Waste Authority and Palm Beach County pooled their resources to construct the course, which was designed by Roy Case and Jeffrey Grossman with very generous proportions. The Park Ridge Golf Course was opened to the public in 2007 and is currently managed by the Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department.
Before the visionary course was built, the property was deemed totally useless; at the time, no one dreamed that this vast wasteland could become a thing of beauty and pleasure for thousands of people. However, 645000 cubic yards of ground, along with creative minds, ultimately performed an incredible feat.
The course’s landscape is unique to South Florida, thanks to its 85 feet elevation. It has received numerous awards as a unique engineering work and as an environmentally friendly course. It has also been certified as a cooperative sanctuary by no less than Audubon International.
The Park Ridge golf course offers 6919 yards with 18 championship holes. Players of all levels will be highly satisfied with the any of 5 tee sets, which provide multiple opportunities for players of all levels to display their skills. Tee times can be booked up to 4 days in advance – so you can plan your games well ahead of time.
Because of its yardage, sand bunkers, and water hazards, the course features breathtaking views . The golf shop and snack bar are available for Park Ridge guests.