As a proud member of the Florida Historic Golf Trail, Sebring Golf Club has a unique place in history. In 1924, the City of Sebring appropriated the money to build a municipal golf course, selecting 160 acres on the south side of Lake Jackson. In January 1925, golf architect William Herbert “Bert” Way of the Mayfield Country Club of Cleveland, Ohio came to Sebring to lay out the municipal golf course. A.D. Taylor, a city planner and landscape architect also from Cleveland, had the contract to build the course, and construction immediately followed.
In early 1926, nine holes of the golf course were opened for play, while the other nine were under construction. The complete 18-hole course officially opened in 1929.
We are also a part of the Citrus Golf Tail, a collection of golf courses known as the Value Golf Capital of America. The Citrus Golf Trail is Sebring’s one stop shop for value, history, outstanding service and above all, an extraordinary experience.