One of Innisbrook’s five championship courses, the Island Course, was the first to open for play in December of 1970, and still offers Innisbrook’s most diverse golfing challenge. With less than a hundred yard difference from the championship tee of the famed Copperhead, the Island unfolds into 18 truly unique holes. The varying terrain, coupled with a variety of tee placements, can challenge both the professional player as well as the weekend golfer. Which course promises a greater test of your skills? You’ll find there’s a different strategy required on all three of Innisbrook’s championship courses. We hope your round is a truly memorable one.

Island’s first six holes are dominated by lateral water hazards and fairly level terrain which require pin point accuracy on both tee shots and approaches. The middle six holes feature rolling hills dominated by cypress and pine trees. The final third of our course boasts a mixture of holes designed to reward the bold yet penalize the errant golf shot. The golf course winds down to an 18th hole that will test the nerves of even the most steady.

Course Ratings

Tournament 72 7100 74.1
Championship 72 6625 72.4
Middle 72 6150 70.7
Forward 72 5578 73.0


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