Best Golf Courses In Tampa, Florida
 

Best Tampa Golf Courses

 
Much like the numerous lightning storms during the summer months, the golf scene in Tampa, Florida, has been described by golfers as “electric” and “captivating” because of the excitement and allure that it produces. Home to beautiful beaches and immaculate cypress heads, Tampa’s natural landscape begged to be transformed into a hub for professional-quality courses, and that’s exactly what Doak, Palmer, Crenshaw, Hanse, Dye and virtually every other world-renowned designer accomplished. So when the area isn’t experiencing a sudden lightning storm, golfers can enjoy the best of what Southwest Florida has to offer at the best golf courses in Tampa.
 
Streamsong Resort
 
  • Streamsong, Florida
  • Home to Three 18-Hole Courses: Red, Blue and Black
  • Designed by World-Renowned Architects Tom Doak (Blue), Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw (Red) and Gil Hanse (Black)
  • All Voted as Top Public Courses in the United States
  • Black Course Already Featured as One of the Best Courses in Florida Since Opening in 2017
TPC Tampa Bay
 
  • Lutz, Florida
  • Bobby Weed Design
  • Named One of the Top Five Golf Courses in Florida
  • Home of 21 Consecutive Champions Tour Events
  • Winds Through Impressive Natural Wetlands, Cypress Heads and Lagoons
Southern Hills Plantation Golf Club
 
  • Brooksville, Florida
  • Pete Dye Design
  • Classic Southern Resort-Style Golf with Superb Practice Facilities
  • Elevations Between 60 and 250 Feet!
  • Stunning Veranda with Views for 20 Miles
Innisbrook Golf Resort
 
Saddlebrook Resort
 
  • Wesley Chapel, Florida
  • Home to the Par 71 Palmer Course and Par 70 Saddlebrook Course
  • Arnold Palmer Designs
  • Contoured Fairways Resemble New England Style Golf
  • TifEagle Greens and Bermuda Rough for TOUR-Quality Conditions
Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club
 
  • Dade City, Florida
  • Two 18-Hole Tracks: North Course and South Course
  • Tom Lehman and Kurt Sandness Designs
  • Site for PGA Qualifying and University of South Florida Tournaments
  • South Course Contains the Largest Natural Elevation Change in Florida with a 94-Foot Drop on the 11th Hole