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Innisbrook Golf Resort and Spa has been described as a picture perfect Western Florida setting. Sometimes a photo is all you need to inspire your next journey, vacation or business meeting. Let’s pull back the curtain on Innisbrook with seven vivid photos capturing all you need to know about this resort, located 30 minutes from the Tampa International Airport.
Over the years, Florida golf developed a reputation as being somewhat one-dimensional, full of courses strewn through housing developments and wrapped around ponds and palm trees
Florida, the Sunshine State, has much to offer visitors from breathtaking beaches to enchanting amusement parks. But, if you’re a golf enthusiast, Florida is truly a paradise. With over a thousand golf courses, you are spoiled for choice. There’s also golf tourneys being hosted every other week. However, a select few stand head and shoulders above the rest. In this article, we’ll guide you through the top five best golf courses in Florida that every golf lover must visit.
Chain options abound, but those looking for an exception to the corporate-bland rule should consider the 1910 Inn, a Victorian-home turned bed-and-breakfast a short walk from the Sponge Docks. Private rentals include waterfront bungalows and modern villas — look for one, like this Airbnb, with easy access to Sunset Beach. And if you don’t mind the drive, the Innisbrook Golf Resort in Palm Harbor has onsite links where you can tee off like the pros, who come every year for the PGA Tour’s Valspar Championship. You’ll also find luxurious rooms, a spa and multiple restaurants, including a steakhouse and a pub.
Golfweek ranks Florida's best 30 public access golf courses in 2023
Fresh for 2023, we present the Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play list for the top public-access layouts in each state, as judged by our nationwide network of raters.
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When golf became hot to younger generations, many golf resorts evolved into family golf resorts. They began by focusing on the parent and grandparent players they already had. Coaches added youth golf and one-on-one instruction to their programs. In combination with kid-friendly policies and discounts, family golf resorts now bring everyone together for the love of the sport.