Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. - hole 7
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Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. - hole 7
Wetlands, trees and a few forced carries from the tips characterize Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
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Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. - hole 1
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Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. - hole 1
The first hole at Queens Harbour Yacht and Country Club is a pretty straightforward par 4, but with OB left and the range right, it can be a little tricky. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. - hole 2
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Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. - hole 2
A large bunker is one of the obstacles on the 585-yard par-5 second at Queen's Harbour Yacht and Country Club in Jacksonville. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. - hole 3
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Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. - hole 3
One of the most picturesque and easiest holes at Queen's Harbour Yacht and Country Club is the short par-3 third. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Queen's Harbour golf course - hole 4
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Queen's Harbour golf course - hole 4
The No. 1 handicap hole at Queen's Harbour Yacht and Country Club is the 416-yard fourth, which features carries off the tee and the approach. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. - hole 10
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Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. - hole 10
The 10th at Queen's Harbour Yacht and Country Club is a difficult and long par 4. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Queen's Harbour golf course - hole 12
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Queen's Harbour golf course - hole 12
The 12th at Queen's Harbour Yacht and Country Club is a reachable par 5. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. - hole 13
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Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. - hole 13
The 13th hole at Queen's Harbour Yacht and Country Club is a 174-yard par 3. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. - hole 17
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Queen's Harbour Yacht and C.C. - hole 17
The 549-yard par-5 17th at Queen's Harbour Yacht and Country Club has a peninsula green. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor
Queen's Harbour golf course - 18th
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Queen's Harbour golf course - 18th
How Queen's Harbour Yacht and Country Club got its name is evident on the par-4 18th. Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor

Test your golf skills at Queen's Harbour Yacht and Country Club

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Queen's Harbour Yacht and Country Club provides challenging golf in a unique setting.

This Mark McCumber-designed course makes its way through tidal marshlands and century-old Spanish Oak trees and ends up with an 18th green backed up against a marina of million-dollar yachts and priceless views.

The golf course, which measures more than 7,000 yards from the tips, features plenty of doglegs, a few forced carries and a test of course management. This course is all about placement and patience. It has played host to numerous high-level amateur and pro events, incldung PGA Tour qualifiers and the Mercedes Collegiate Championship.

Amenities include a large grass driving range, short-game areas and practice greens and a large clubhouse with an excellent bar and grill.

Mike Bailey is a senior staff writer based in Houston. Focusing primarily on golf in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America with an occasional trip to Europe and beyond, he contributes course reviews, travel stories and features as well as the occasional equipment review. An award-winning writer and past president of Texas Golf Writers Association, he has more than 25 years in the golf industry. Before accepting his current position in 2008, he was on staff at PGA Magazine, The Golfweek Group and AvidGolfer Magazine. Follow Mike on Twitter at @MikeBaileyGA and Instagram at @MikeStefanBailey.
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Test your golf skills at Queen's Harbour Yacht and Country Club
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