Home to two of Florida's Sports Coast's most picturesque and playable courses, Saddlebrook is a well-known destination for world-class golf. Both courses were designed by golf legend Arnold Palmer and feature rolling fairways, well-maintained greens and wilderness areas full of cypress, pine and palm trees.
Contoured to resemble a rolling New England course, the 6,641-yard Palmer Golf Course is a Par-71 masterpiece without equal. Here, you'll find generous driving areas and Tif-eagle greens that are firm, fast and undulating. Facing the green from the slanting fairways, the small elevated emerald islands are framed by white-face bunkers, azure ponds and gently swaying palm trees. On this course, some holes require strength, but all reward finesse.
The Saddlebrook Golf Course is 6,480 yards of unparalleled golf courses by cypress and oak trees. On this beautiful Par-70 course, you'll find emerald-ribbon fairways, white-faced bunkers, lush greens and low hanging Spanish moss. Don't miss out on this amazing course, the 425-yard signature hole (the 18th hole) is famously tricky, and you'll want to tell this golfing story for years to come.