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Innisbrook Golf Resort

Guest accommodations include spacious one, two or three-bedroom suites with full kitchens, oversized living and dining areas, and relaxing patios or balconies. The suites are ideal for a spirited evening card game or relaxing cocktail after a long day on the course.

To ease aching muscles, retreat to Indaba, SM Innisbrook’s new 20,000-square-foot spa, salon and fitness centre. With tranquil scenery as a soothing backdrop, the spa features a meditation labyrinth, relaxation courtyard, and treatment terraces and steam rooms. Indaba’s therapists offer a wide range of massage bodywork, water and bath therapies, facials, wraps, and scrubs to deliver anti-aging, cleansing, detoxifying, energizing, and relaxing results. Golfers will appreciate the deep tissue and sports massages to relax fatigued muscles, readying them for the next day’s round.

The resort features five outstanding dining venues, including a steakhouse, sports bar, and a casual American grille, which offers fully prepared meals to take back to your suite. The sports-themed Osprey Bar, which overlooks golf greens, enjoys a spectacular sunset and provides a relaxing indoor and outdoor environment with open fire pits and live entertainment.


Copperhead Course

Innisbrook’s outstanding collection of four distinct golfing experiences – all designed by E. Lawrence Packard – has long made it a favorite of professionals, weekend warriors, golfing groups, and players who are just learning the game. Considered among America’s finest golf courses and woven into the natural fabric of the resort’s landscape, the Copperhead Course is home to the annual PGA TOUR’s Transitions Championship and offers Innisbrook’s most challenging golf experience.

Defined by tree-lined fairways and rolling terrain, Copperhead tests players with its many uphill and downhill shots, significant elevation changes and a variety of water-protected approach shots. The surrounding lakes, ponds, and swamplands are home to abundant wildlife, including bald eagles, alligators, blue herons, fox squirrels and many other types of waterfowl. With the fairways and greens mostly free of traditional course-lined residences, Copperhead provides the opportunity to enjoy golf the way nature intended.

Island Course

With tight fairways, intimidating water hazards, and abundant bunkers, the newly renovated and lengthened Island Course is considered by many to be as equally demanding as Copperhead. The extraordinarily picturesque Island has played host to numerous U.S. Open qualifiers and NCAA Championships and has also been ranked among the country’s top 50 resort courses by Golf Digest.

Highlands North Course

In addition to its tournament venues, Innisbrook® offers two equally beautiful championship courses with less complex designs. Similar in terrain to Copperhead, the North Course is known for its beautiful par threes, tight fairways, and an abundance of trees and well-bunkered greens.

It has long been popular with players who enjoy a more forgiving golf course. Recent course enhancements include additional yardage to selected par 4s and 5s, along with strategically placed bunkers and “waste bunkers.”

Highlands South Course

The South Course features a links-style approach, both in terms of rolling terrain and numerous fairway bunkering. The breezes from the Gulf of Mexico usually come sweeping across the wide-open fairways, helping to round out a perfect foursome of golf courses. This is a comfortable course for the casual player or one just beginning to learn the game. Play from the back tees and it is as challenging as the North Course.

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