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Located on the Cape Haze Peninsula, the golf course is an 18-hole executive layout and offers day- and night-time golf hours
The Hillsborough River insulates Rogers Park from the hustle and bustle of Tampa. Only 20 minutes from downtown, there are no city streets or homes running through this golf course, which was originally built in 1952 and renovated in the summer of 2000.Rogers Park is the home of the Tampa City Amateur Medal Championship, features a driving range and a three-hole short course. Course record 64.Scorecard:TEE COURSE RATING SLOPE RATING Black 72.2 121 Blue 69.9 115 White 66.8M/71.8W 108M/128W Gold 64.5M/69.0W 102M/122W The History of Rogers Park Golf Course: During the days of segregation Rogers Park was the only picnic area for the African American community in Tampa. The park took the name of its contributor, G.D. Rogers. After church on Sundays many families came to enjoy the swings, slides, baseball diamond, and picnic area. Mayor Curtis Hixon gave permission to a group of caddies from Palma Ceia (seea) CC to build a nine hole golf course. The first Head Golf Professional, Willie Black directed his group of volunteers. All of the tree removal and shaping was done by hand. Upon its completion in 1952 the Rogers Park Golf Club was born. In 1976 the City of Tampa gave management rights to the newly formed Tampa Sports Authority. A $400,000 renovation project began with Ron Garl as the designer. An irrigation system was installed as well as expanding to another city owned property across the street. In 2000 the Tampa Sports Authority renovated again. This time a 4 million dollar renovation was needed. The irrigation system was replaced; the greens were rebuilt to modified USGA specifications. A lot of other landscaping and reshaping of holes was added to enhance the character of Rogers Park GC. In 2001 a new maintenance compound was completed, and in 2002 a new clubhouse was built.
Rocky Point is a fine public golf course facility conveniently located within 15-minute drive of Tampa International Airport as well as many luxury hotels in the West Shore and Rocky Point areas.Sand and water come into play often. In fact, the many lakes on the course have become a wildlife habitat as well as a bird sanctuary. A great course for a pleasurable round of golf.The History of Rocky Point Golf CourseAs told by Bob Arnot, staff member of 40 years:In 1911 the Tampa Automobile Club opened for business, making it one of the first golf courses in Florida. In 1942 the club was closed down because of World War II.The Federal Government turned the club into a part of Drew Field. Barracks were built to hold prisoners of war. In 1953 the Government turned the property over to the City of Tampa for $1.Consequently, the City of Tampa leased the course to J.S. “Curly” Hartman for 25 years. Curly and his wife, Merle were from Mason City, Iowa. Rocky Point Golf Course reopened in June of 1954. Merle took over operations when Curly passed in 1957. In December of 1963 a third nine was added.In 1978, after the lease expired the City of Tampa turned over operations to the Tampa Sports Authority.In December of 1981, Mayor Bob Martinez leased 40+ acres of Rocky Point Golf Course to Critikon Corporation for 99 years in return for a 1.2 million dollar redesign. This included the return from 27 holes to 18 holes. The course reopened on March 5, 1983. The new clubhouse was built and opened in July, 1993.
On May 3, 2004, Babe Zaharias Golf Course closed to the public and began a 1.9 million dollar construction project. Construction was completed on November 18th and the course reopened to the public on Saturday November 20th. All of the putting greens were reconstructed to USGA specifications. They were also replanted with tifdwarf bermuda grass. The irrigation system was replaced with all new pipes and sprinkler heads. All of the tee boxes were reshaped and several new tee boxes were added. The sand bunkers have also been renovated, several bunkers were added and some taken out. The cart paths have been resurfaced as well as the parking lot. Bollards have been installed around the perimeter of the course. New furniture and carpet will await your return. Located just 20 minutes from downtown in the Forest Hills section of Tampa, "The Babe" meanders through a tree-lined residential neighborhood. The course measures a modest 6,244 yards, but should not be taken lightly. Although both nines are par-35, the back side sports four par-4s in excess of 400 yards, providing a challenge for golfers of all skill levels.
Temple Terrace Golf & Country Club is one of the oldest golf courses in the Tampa Bay area. The golf course has recently been added to the National Register of Historic Places and is the only 18th hole golf course in Florida with that designation. One of the first private golf courses in the Tampa Bay area and designed by renowned architect Tom Bendelow, Temple Terrace Golf & Country Club has been the centerpiece of the community since 1922.
Golfers can enjoy sun-soaked golf course by day and Tampa Bay’s only lighted golf course by night designed for players of all skill levels
Countryway Golf Club is a challenging executive golf course with beautiful undulating greens and fairways with water hazards coming into play on 14 holes. Nationally known architect Steve Smyers designed Countryway's par 61 course which has seven par 4's and eleven par 3's. Countryway is known for is affordable rates and was voted by the readers of the Daily Planet as the "Best Value Golf Course in Tampa Bay". Countryway is family owned by the Sherlock and Creighton families. Dave Creighton played professional hockey in the NHL for Boston, New York Rangers, Toronto and Chicago. His son Adam also played in the NHL for Buffalo, Chicago, New York Islanders, Tampa Bay and St. Louis.
A course that is a jewel of a design by the renowned architect Ron Garl. This classic Florida-style track has only two parallel fairways, which enables the golfer to enjoy the view of the natural terrain of the course. This well maintained course winds its way through 180 plus acres of property that is home to Brushy Creek and a series of small lakes and unspoiled wooded areas. Water actually comes in to play on 11 of the 18 holes. Golf should be an enjoyable experience and the strategic use of water, bunkers, rolling terrain and large contoured greens combine to create a design that is challenging yet fun for every caliber of golfer. Conveniently located just 15 minutes North of Tampa Airport, Northdale Golf & Tennis Club is a neighborhood golf course with a friendly, relaxed atmosphere that characterizes the entire operation. Northdale is a course that you will love to play again and again.
With a career spanning seven decades Robert Trent Jones Sr. has been acclaimed as the most significant golf course architect in history. We are proud to be the only West Florida course designed by this legendary architect. At Apollo Beach Golf Club, Mr. Trent Jones's artistic talents and design philosophy make the course a true pleasure to play for golfers of all abilities. He believed that a great course should offer a source of pleasure to the greatest number of players possible while at the same time testing their strategy, mind and skill. In all these criteria Apollo Beach delivers and brings the additional bonus of the natural beauty and wild life of Southern Florida to life on a course you will enjoy playing forever.
Bloomingdale Golfers Club is a 'tough but fair' test of a player's ability. From the 'tiger tees' it's a 7,155 yard par 72, with a 74.4 rating that is among the most difficult in the country. Yet from the shorter blue, green, white or red tees the course provides a fun, 'members-style course' with plenty of birdie opportunities.
Summerfield Crossings Golf Club offers a fun Scottish links-style course with small undulating greens, pot bunkers and rolling terrain. The course is highlighted by its signature 15th hole, a scenic par 3 surrounded by water with an island green. Summerfield Crossings is an exciting challenge for both the novice and expert player. We offer a variety of tournament packages and group outings, available for groups of 8 to 144.
Simulator: $20/ 15 minutes. Rental for Virtual Golf is $80 per hour for up to 8 people. We recommend playing in 2 person teams and alternate shot format to keep things moving and allow for everyone to have fun!- 9 holes can be completed in 1 hour typically for a 4 some. Playing indoor golf conditions are always 72 degrees and it almost never rains indoors!! While playing one of over 65 courses in Trackman, improve your game with instant ball and swing data on every shot Located 10 minutes off I-75 in Valrico, FL
Ranked among the top courses in Tampa Bay, Cheval is a welcomed round for golfers of all level and experience. Located in the exclusive Cheval community, our championship course is situated amongst a beautiful cypress forrest where no two holes run parallel or intersect making it feel secluded and scenic.
Conveniently located in Lutz with entrances on N. Dale Mabry and Lutz Lake Fern Road just moments off the Veterans, you'll wonder why you hadn't played sooner!
State of the art connected golf carts and GPS give you precise direction and yardages on every hole. There is one more very attractive feature of our golf cars, food and beverage can ordered from anywhere on the golf course.
Cheval is a championship caliber golf course designed by Steve Smyers and offers 7 different tee boxes including a par 3 tee, so any and everyone can play Cheval with as much or as little challenge as possible.
The 18 hole, par 71 TPC Tampa Bay course was designed by Bobby Weed with Chi Chi Rodriguez as player consultant. It was designed not only to challenge the top golfers of the world, but also to provide a challenging and fun experience for players of all abilities. The course gives the players the opportunity to play well within their game, with a variety of teeing areas that allow the course to be played from 5,036 yards from the forward tees to 6,898 yards from the championship tees.
The Eagles Golf Club boasts a long, proud tradition as the standard of excellence for public access golf in the Tampa market and we are honored to preserve that legacy. The Eagles two championship golf courses, The Lakes and The Forest, offer our players distinctly different experiences at our location in the prestigious gated Eagles community. At 6719 yards from the championship tees, the Forest Course demands precise shot-making and course management. The drivable par four third is a classic risk/reward opportunity; eagle or “other” is a possible score on this challenging hole. The peninsula green on the par three sixth offers all the characteristic drama of a forced carry over water. The back nine is nestled in a setting more reminiscent of a nature preserve than a golf course; you’ll find it hard to believe that the Tampa airport is a mere 20 minutes away. Your time spent on these fairways surrounded by the tranquility of the natural surroundings will have you coming back again and again. The Lakes Course stretches to over 7000 yards “from the tips” and provides a completely different look and feel than the Forest Course. It takes accurate ball striking and length to successfully navigate this interesting layout. Number one is a twisting, turning par five around a majestic oak in the right center of the fairway; but a birdie is a great way to start your round. A recent tree removal project has opened the canopy on the second hole; we think you’ll like the new look. To preserve the natural ambiance of the Eagles, twenty trees were strategically added to replace those that were removed. No matter which golf experience you choose, stop at the restaurant in the Eagles clubhouse before or after your round. Enjoy the best burger you’ll ever have or select from one of our weekly specials; either way, your satisfaction is guaranteed.
Heritage Harbor Golf and Country Club boasts a par-72, 6,900-yard course with four sets of tees, water and marshes to cross. Accuracy is the key at the Harbor, and you will be challenged to use all the shots in your bag. Along the way, you’re likely to spot hawks, ospreys, loons, ibis, herons and kingfishers--you name it. It’s a paradise for birds as well as for golfers. The intention here was to create a playable public course, but also one that can get golfers to think and rise to new levels of play on some holes.
Located in the convenient New Tampa area northeast of USF and Tampa Palms, Pebble Creek is regarded as a top, favorite local golf destination.
Pebble Creek is best known for its exceptional layout and scenic, native Florida woods and waterscapes. Each hole is unlike the other, varied and unique in its challenges - you won’t be bored. Pebble Creek meanders through the course, connecting a series of lakes that come into play. Alligators, sand-hill cranes, egrits, and other wildlife are abundant. Mature, 40-year old Grandfather Oaks, Magnolias, and Pines line the fairways. Most importantly, you will LOVE our new Greens and Tees, now amongst the absolute best in the Bay area!
From the spectacular fairways and luscious greens to the tennis courts and marina, Cove Cay Country Club offers a wide range of activities for all its members. Located on Tampa Bay within the beautiful, gated community of Cove Cay, this semi-private country club offers amenities to its members that include an 18-hole championship course, a dining room overlooking the bay, dancing, full-liquor bar, parties, tournaments, and more.
Silver Dollar Golf Club offers a truly great golfing experience for every skill level, with 27 holes of championship golf that can be played individually or consecutively. This scenic golf club, located just northwest of Tampa, Florida, offers a complete pro shop, extensive practice area, restaurant, and a fun, friendly staff. Enjoy the perfect blend of challenge and relaxation on 3 courses with a wide variety of fairways, bunkers, and water features designed to test and entertain you. Flanked by stately trees and sparkling waters, nature enhances the beauty of Silver Dollar Golf Club and adds to your enjoyment.
The Chi Chi Rodriguez Golf Club, centrally located on McMullen Booth Road in Clearwater Florida, is the current home of the Chi Chi Rodriguez Youth Foundation. This well-manicured par-69 course featuring more than 70 sand traps, water hazards on 12 holes, grass bunkers, two-tiered greens, and fairways covered with Bermuda grass will challenge golfers of all playing abilities. Check out our Junior Golf Programs at www.thefirstteeclearwater.org.
From the back tees, Heritage Islaes par-72 course plays at 6,976 yards - so it’s going to prove a real test for long hitters. But they have five sets of tees here, so every level of player can feel comfortable at Heritage Isles. From the forward tees, the course measures 4,832 yards, very manageable for golfers with a shorter, straighter drive.
Beautifully carved from Florida's rich landscape, Heritage Isles is everything Florida golf was meant to be. Architects, Gordon G. Lewis and Jed Azinger, dedicated themselves to preserving the land's rustic beauty to combine a course that is not only challenging but extremely enjoyable. The course sets itself apart as it maintains an untouched glory through the preservation of 15 acres of natural wetlands and a thriving animal population. Heritage Isles captures the true essence of Florida. The course is surrounded by native wildlife, tranquil ponds, and a cascading backdrop of Cypress trees.
Plantation Palms Golf Club, designed by David Harman, provides every Tampa golfer with a challenging and rewarding golf experience. The links-style design starts with a welcoming par-5, and then slowly steps it up with a mixture of strong par-3s. The Tampa Bay Area golf course has many elevation changes with attractive framing of greens by the use of pine trees, water and large snow-white sand traps, The true-rolling elevated greens have good movement and are challenging to every skill level of golfer.
Plantation Palms offers Tampa Golfers a practice facility where you can work on every phase of the game, a fully stocked golf shop, and a full-service dining room.
Sandpiper Golf Club is a Silver-level Member Club with daily fee play and part of the ClubLink family of Clubs.
You will find the Oaks, the Palms and the Lakes nines at Sandpiper Golf Club. This 27-hole facility originally opened in 1968 with 18 holes designed by Mark Mahanna. Ron Garl, who designed all 27 holes at neighboring Falcon Watch, added the third nine, the Lakes, in 1985. All three nines are par 36 and play from four sets of tees ranging from 2,717 to 3,258 yards. The golf course is fun yet challenging for all skill levels. Amenities include a practice range and putting green and a fully stocked golf shop. Enjoy a snack or cold beverage at the turn or before or after your round at the Sandpiper Grille. The Palms, the original nine at Sandpiper, is noted for having small, mostly elevated greens. The Lakes features a winding and hilly routing that plays into a valley and out. It’s certainly the most challenging off the tee, requiring golfers to shape their shots and hit fairways. It also has the most spacious greens, but that’s not always a good thing. Many people consider the Oaks the friendliest of the three courses at Sandpiper with accessible green sites that generally have narrow openings at the front of every green for bump-and-run shots. If you’re looking for the toughest hole, No. 3 on the Lakes jumps to the front of the line as a 389-yard par-4. There’s water off the tee and a very narrow landing area, followed by an uphill, blind second shot into the green. No. 2 on the Palms is a terrific par-3. It’s solid at 187 yards and features an elevated green, with water on the right side and bunkers on both sides. If you’re looking for length on a par-3, then No. 8 on the Oaks tops out at 212 yards. The best hole for birdie is probably No. 9 on the Oaks, a 488-yard par-5 with a welcoming landing area and a green that is accessible for those going for it in two.
Lansbrook Golf Club offers a great challenge, great conditions and service. Established in 1975 and located in Tampa's North Pinellas. Lansbrook's greens are Tifdwarf Bermuda and are in excellent condition. Lansbrook prides itself on constant improvements. Recently, the clubhouse was renovated, a new irrigation system was installed and greens #10 and #14 were rebuilt. Water come into play on many of the holes but do not worry, there are four sets of tees to accommodate players. There are no parallel holes at Lansbrook and many are nestled within forest areas. Hole #11 is a replica of the famous 26th at Augusta North Golf Club. Lansbrook is challenging for the good player and fun to average or beginning golfers. Friendly courteous staff, a complete practice facility (including driving range), chipping and putting green, bag pickup at your car, are all great reasons to make your next tee time at Lansbrook Golf Club.
Golf club offers a variety of activities for its members including an array of golf packages as well as banquet hall with a dance floor
The Landings Golf Club of Clearwater (formerly Clearwater Executive Golf Course) was established in 1970. The land was originally used as an Airpark in the early 1930's which was owned by the Fugazzi family who gave portions of the land to the City of Clearwater. The golf course was designed by Ron Garl, whose mission is to design and build memorable courses that challenge players to excel and that everyone can enjoy. The course is currently owned and operated by PGA Tour golf professional John Huston's family Located behind the Clearwater Airpark off of Hercules Avenue, is a Par-63, 18-hole facility open to the public with nine Par-4s and nine Par-3s. Located in the heart of Clearwater, this course is a true test of golf for all types of players.
Florida golf doesn't get any better than Bardmoor. Broad, generous fairways that invite you to hit away; glistening water features that add some sparkle to your round; and, of course, abundant sunshine. Arnold Palmer, Payne Stewart, Fred Couples, and Tom Kite have played here. These tour members competed here annually in PGA/LPGA JCPenney Classic. Our course was a good test for the stars, and after the 2003 renovation by Gary Koch, it's better than ever, even if you don't quite match up to the likes of the big names in the game. You'll find our overall conditions are consistently excellent. We have Tif-Eagle greens that rival tour status. State-of-the-art practice facilities, an award-winning golf shop, and outstanding service complete your experience. Located minutes from some of the best beaches in Florida, Bardmoor is consistently rated as one of Florida's premier golf courses.
Club Renaissance is a Platinum-level Member Club with daily fee play and part of the ClubLink family of Clubs.
Since opening in 2002, the par-72 design, which stretches from 4,651 to 6,701 yards, has established itself as “the” place to play in Sun City Center. There are a lot of outstanding aspects to Chip Powell’s 18-hole layout of Club Renaissance. Despite having significant water on nearly every hole, playability is perhaps its biggest virtue. Members and visitors can choose from six sets of tee decks to make the game truly enjoyable without taking any of the challenge out of it. ClubLink has dramatically improved the look and toughened up the course by revamping all the fairway and greenside bunkers with new white sand that really stands out, especially when you’re standing on the tee. The front nine has an open links feel with welcoming fairways and greens that accept bump-and-run approach shots. The back nine requires more accuracy as it meanders through a large conservation area and most fairways are lined with tall pines and mature oaks. Powell, a Florida-based golf course architect, creates drama on a relatively flat, yet rolling property, with strategic tee shots over and around ponds, especially on No. 3, 8, 10 and 12, which is a fun island-like par-3 with little room for error. It also features a testing finish over four solid closing holes. Club Renaissance is the jewel of the Sun City Center courses. The other ClubLink courses here include Sandpiper Golf Course (27 holes), Scepter Golf Club (18 holes), Falcon Watch Golf Club (27 holes). Completed in 2002, the Chip Powell-designed Club Renaissance course is complemented by a magnificent Mediterranean-style clubhouse. The full-service facility includes an expansive golf shop, swimming pool, spa, fitness center, and an outstanding restaurant.
Clearwater Country Club offers a demanding par 72 golf course designed by Herbert Strong. Originally built in 1920, the course features new Tiftdwarf Bermuda greens, lush 419 Bermuda tees, and beautifully manicured fairways carpeted in Ormond Bermuda.Numerous large oak trees, covered with Spanish moss, enhance the beauty and add to the challenge of the course. And if trees don`t make it a challenge for you, Stevenson Creek winds through the course coming into play on six different holes!There are also forty-eight sand traps for the beach lover in you. Come and find peace and relaxation conveniently located right in the heart of Clearwater. Golfers of all skill levels can enjoy the course from one of four different sets of tees, with the Championship tees playing at 6,400 yards.Full practice facilities are available as well as a fully stocked pro shop and restaurant.
An exhibit of European grandeur, Wentworth Golf Club offers its members and guests acres of nature’s finest woodlands. The front nine meanders through stately cypress heads, majestic pines and old oak trees, the back nine presents a Scottish links style layout to test your shot making ability. Designed by Steven Smyers in 1990, this 18-hole golf course captures the architect’s personal sentiments and casts a different character onto each hole. Enjoy formal and casual dining in the New Mulligans Irish Pub located in the English style clubhouse, which is fully equipped to handle weddings or business functions. There is also a full stocked pro-shop with professionals to assist you with your golfing needs.
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