Golf at the Innisbrook Resort, Tampa

In golf, it’s not whether you win or lose, it’s where you play the game. And at Innisbrook, you’ll play 90 holes of the country’s very best.

GolfatInnisbrookCopperhead – site of the JCPenney Classic (pairing LPGA and PGA players) in a one-of-its-kind, annual event with proceeds designated for area charities. Copperhead enjoys an international reputation for excellence and is on everybody’s list of favorites. It is one of America’s top resort courses as rated by Golf Digest.

Island – an equal contender among those who enjoy golf at Innisbrook. Tight fairways, intimidating hazards, abundant bunkers – all designed to test the skills of the most accomplished golfer. The Island is ranked among the country’s top 50 resort courses. Yes! As the name implies, water abounds!

South Course – opened January 1998, includes nine completely new, magnificent golf holes. Among its many challenges is the 210 yard par 3, 9th hole, featuring an island green. The 6,513 yard course offers abundant water and other hazards of differing forms including well-bunkered greens and beautification / waste areas reminiscent of Pinehurst. The course’s name derives from the occupied, carefully constructed eagle’s nest sitting high atop a tall pine, just right of the green on the unbelievable 545 yard par 5, eighth hole. An equally appropriate name for this course might be Eagle’s Talon, as its strike is as sharp and masterful as its long revered namesake, the American Eagle, resident on this site for over 30 years.

North course – formerly part of the Sandpiper Course. This beautiful 18-hole layout promises tight fairways and well-bunkered greens, placing a costly premium on accuracy from tee to green. Course improvements for 1998 include longer, more challenging par 4’s and 5’s with added bunkers and waste areas to create greater penalties throughout for those errant approach shots.

Wildlife abounds here, as it does on all of Innisbrook’s courses, and includes several families of Red-Tail Hawks on the back nine, many Ospreys on the lakes around holes 3 through 7, and several alligators!

Lost Oaks of Innisbrook – Added to the Resort mix in October 1997, Lost Oaks is another championship course worthy of the Innisbrook name. It, too, consists of tight, tree-lined fairways and well-placed bunkers on its nearly 6,500 yard layout.

Golf at Innisbrook promises rolling terrains, immaculate fairways, fast greens and reserved tee times – as many as 36 holes a day – up to a year in advance.

Great courses, exceptional service and a variety of plans designed to allow you to experience golf as it was truly intended.

To find out more about the exceptional variety of golf options at Innisbrook, simply click on a link below. Whether you’re interested in our selection of golfing packages, the finest in golf instruction, or you just want to explore each of our fantastic courses, all of the information can be found right here!