Mayfair Country Club – Sanford, FL
Holes: 18 Par: 72 Yardage: 6,400 Architect: Donald Ross
Built in 1922, Mayfair Country Club (formerly known as the Sanford Golf Club) is one of Donald Ross’s first designs and one of the oldest courses built in the state of Florida. Mayfair has been played by some of the greatest names in golf. Greats like Walter Hagen, Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer and more! Built in 1922, Mayfair Country Club (formerly known as the Sanford Golf Club) is one of Donald Ross’s first designs.
Overhanging trees and sandtraps throughout the course challenge golfers on every hole. Located north of Orlando, the Mayfair Country Club features 18 holes of tournament quality golf, a full Pro-Shop, 12,000 square foot clubhouse with full restaurant & bar as well as a practice range, putting green, and practice bunker.