Osceola Municipal Golf Course is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Pensacola, Florida.
A.G. Seigfried, a landscape architect from Chicago, was hired to oversee construction, and in 1926, nine holes were officially opened. After winning the 1930 La Gorce Open golf tournament in Miami, “Wild” Bill Mehlhorn arrived in Pensacola to assume duties as the head golf professional at Osceola Golf Course. One of his first tasks was to direct the building of a second nine holes. In 2011, the Osceola Municipal Golf Course underwent a complete renovation, which included new greens and a state of the art practice facility.
The course is relatively flat. It's easy to walk. Hazards including sand bunkers and water on one hole. The fairways are generous. The elevated greens are small and have medium speed.
The signature hole is #10, a 439-yard, par 4, with out-of-bounds stakes on the left.
The 18-hole, par-72 Osceola Municipal Golf Course features four sets of tees playing from 4,900 to 6,400 yards. Operated by the City of Pensacola, Osceola prides itself on being very affordable and is the area’s leader in promoting junior golf and the First Tee program of Northwest Florida.