Palmer Course, Saddlebrook Golf Resort
Palmer Course overview
Designed by and named after legendary golfer Arnold Palmer, the par 71 course plays a little longer than its yardage would suggest and with water hazards on 17 of the holes you will need to plot your way round in order to produce a good score. The par 5, 4th hole is one to watch out for. The tee shot will require your best effort as water guards the right-hand side of the fairway and there is no rest bite to the left as the out of bounds fence awaits a wayward shot. Your second shot is played to a narrow, tree-lined fairway with the third to an elevated well-guarded green. A tough hole from start to finish. The Palmer course is a great test and one you will enjoy playing several times during your stay at Saddlebrook.
Accommodation near Palmer Course
Saddlebrook Golf Resort
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.