at Innisbrook Golf Resort
Island Course overview
The Island Course opened in 1970 and is considered by many to be as demanding as the Copperhead Course, one of the PGA TOUR’s annual stops. It has played host to numerous U.S. Open qualifiers and has featured as a top 50 resort course by Golf Digest on several occasions.
Picturesque, diverse, and challenging perfectly sum up the par-72, 7194 yard Island Course. Holes one through six on the Island Course are bordered by the beautiful Lake Innisbrook, while lateral water hazards and well-guarded greens demand precisely placed shots. The middle third of the round features rolling hills lined with pine and cypress trees and the final six holes are designed to reward the bold and penalize the wayward.
The par 4 18th hole is one of the most pictured in Florida and will test the nerves of the most experienced golfer. The Island Course is a fantastic layout from start to finish and surely one to include on a trip to Innisbrook Golf Resort.
Did You Know?
The Island Course was originally billed to be the PGA TOUR course instead of the Copperhead Course but a concern over the lack of areas for fan seating, among other factors, led to the decision to play TOUR events on the Copperhead Course.
Accommodation near Island Course
Innisbrook Golf Resort
Innisbrook Golf Resort situated just outside of Tampa, is a popular choice thanks to the four onsite courses, multiple dining options, modern and spacious accommodations, and location.