Saddlebrook Golf Resort
Saddlebrook Golf Resort overview
Situated just 30-minutes North of Tampa’s International airport this award-winning resort is home to 36-holes of Arnold Palmer designed golf as well as 45 tennis courts, a European style spa, five restaurants, 540 bedrooms and an outdoor Super pool.
The golfing facilities at Saddlebrook are some of the best in Florida, the Palmer and Saddlebrook courses were both designed by Arnold himself. They work their way through the natural landscape incorporating areas full of cypress, pines and palms. Both courses feature numerous water hazards with the Saddlebrook being the tighter of the two with narrow tree-lined fairways.
Saddlebrook Resort has everything you could need when booking a golfing holiday. Accommodation includes well-appointed guestrooms for two as well as one, two and three-bedroom suites for larger groups or those simply requiring greater space. The Golf Academy is home to some exceptional practice facilities - the ideal place to sharpen up your swing before a big round of golf.
Spa & Leisure
If you prefer something a little more relaxing then head to The Spa where the staff are skilled in all the latest treatments including traditional Ashiatsu, and massage therapies such as deep tissue, sports recovery, reflexology, hot stone, couples' massage, and more.
Saddlebrook Resort is situated just 30-minutes North of Tampa’s International airport and is close to Tampa City centre.
On Site Activities
Away from the golf course you can test yourself at the tennis academy where you will find every Grand Slam surface.
Golf courses at Saddlebrook Golf Resort
Don’t fall into the trap of thinking that the Palmer Course at Saddlebrook will be a breeze. Although the course measures in at only 6,641-yards par-71, it plays much longer and trickier than many golfers first expect. With slanting fairways, tough elevated greens, trees everywhere, and capped off by strategic bunker placement all make the Palmer Course a supreme test of a golfer's shot-making abilities as well as course management.
Longer and tighter than the Palmer, the Saddlebrook course is tree-lined throughout and with water featuring on all but one hole which creates a fun challenge for all. The 18th hole is a tough par 4 that demands accuracy with your approach over a large water hazard to a very undulating putting surface so finish with a par and you will be very happy.
Book your break at Saddlebrook Golf Resort
With two Arnold Palmer designed golf courses intertwined through the natural landscape of cypress, pines and palms - Saddlebrook is both a picturesque and relaxing place to play golf. With an exceptional golf academy onsite and first class tuition available this golf resort has it all.