The newest of Palm Beach County’s four golf courses, Osprey Point has raised the bar for public courses as it has continually received praise from golfers since opening in 2010. The course, which was named the best public course in South Florida by golfers on TripAdvisor in 2015, offers three 9-hole courses, which can be played in three 18-hole combinations. Each hole has five sets of tees in order to challenge all levels of golfers. Osprey Point gained renown for its environmental efforts in 2011 when it became the first golf course in Florida, and just the second in the United States, to be named an Audubon International Certified Classic Sanctuary. Osprey Point Golf Course is open seven days a week, including holidays.