In the article, author Sean Steinemann urges visitors to the Jacksonville area to play the 18-hole Clyde Johnston-designed course.
He says: "St. John's offers a private club feel at a reasonable public course rate. The greens are always immaculate (careful, they're quick!), the layout is phenomenal and some of the bunkering is very Augusta-like."
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St. Johns is known for its consistent quality of service and conditions -- it has been nationally ranked for customer satisfaction and loyalty by the National Golf Foundation and host to the PGA TOUR Qualifying School in 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Delicately carved out of a pine forest, the course at St. Johns offers five sets of tees plus a family tee that varies the length of the course from 7,250 yards down to 2,400 yards.