Streamsong Resort

ROOMS
228
Courses
Three
Amenities
Four restaurants / spa / bass fishing / clay shooting
Golf Top 100 Courses in the World
Streamsong Resort boasts three courses designed by several of the world's top architects.
Address
1000 Streamsong Dr. , FL 33834
Phone
888-294-6322
URL
https://www.streamsongresort.com/

Travelogue

You would be hard pressed to find a greater assembly of elite course designers all working at the same property — let alone one that was built on a former mining site. Streamsong pulled it off. The jig about its Hanse (Black course), Coore & Crenshaw (Blue course) and Doak (Red course) trio is that most guests can’t bring themselves to choose a fave. Each course is that good, and different in its own way. With a top-shelf practice facility, this is a golf resort in every sense of the term. Be sure to maximize your HPT (holes per trip) by jumping out for six-hole loops on the three offerings: the courses were designed to include a six-hole stretch that runs outward and back to the clubhouse. This means when you’ve finished first 18 (or 36) of the day, you can still squeeze in at least another half-dozen holes. Golfed out? Try your hand at bass fishing, clay shooting or even archery. The tres-modern guest rooms, designed by famed architect Alberto Alfonso, feature artwork from Alfonso that honor Streamsong’s dunes, lakes and woody surrounds.
Streamsong Resort's Blue Course is designed by Tom Doak.
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Streamsong Resort's Blue Course is designed by Tom Doak.

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Streamsong's Red Course is designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw.
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Streamsong's Red Course is designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw.

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Streamsong's Black Course is designed by Gil Hanse.
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Streamsong's Black Course is designed by Gil Hanse.

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The Blue course at Streamsong Resort
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Streamsong Resort's Blue Course is designed by Tom Doak.

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6 things you need to know

  • 1. Best time to go:

    Fall and spring (summer temperatures reach the 90s consistently).
  • 2. Daily stay-and-plays start at:

    $500
  • 3. Golf experience:

    Three Top-100 rated courses, designed by Tom Doak (the Blue), Coore/Crenshaw (the Red) and Gil Hanse (the Black).
  • 4. Best non-golf amenity:

    Guided bass fishing.
  • 5. While you're there:

    Try your hand at archery, a sport you just don’t find everywhere.
  • 6. Insider tip:

    Order the grouper sandwich from Restaurant Fifty-Nine.

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