The Mark Bostick Golf Course at The University of Florida
2800 SW 2nd Ave.
Gainesville, FL 32607
Home course of the University of Florida Gators
Anchored in the northwest corner of the University of Florida’s Gainesville campus, the Mark Bostick Golf Course was constructed in 1962 and underwent a $4 million renovation in 2001 by Jacksonville-based architect Bobby Weed. The restoration work successfully kept the timelessness of the course while upgrading elements to challenge golfers’ mental and physical abilities. The Mark Bostick Golf Course has been home to 21 Southeastern Conference titles and six NCAA Florida Gator championships.
The extravagantly beautiful landscape creates an elevated experience for golfers while they navigate the course. Considered a highlight of the University of Florida’s campus, students and well-known golfers, including Dudley Hart, Bob Murphy, Andy North and Deb Richard, consider the Mark Bostick Golf Course their home away from home.
No stranger to big events, the course has hosted the Gator Invitational, the Gator Women’s Gold Invitational and the Gator Golf Day event.
The Mark Bostick Golf Course is a private course, and golfers must be affiliated with the University of Florida or be a guest of someone who is affiliated with the university to play.
The Mark Bostick Golf Course
Length: 6,701 yards
Awards and Recognitions
- #17 Best College Courses – Golfweek, 2022
- #24 Best College Courses – Golfweek, 2018, 2020