Palmer Course overview
Designed by and named after legendary golfer Arnold Palmer, this par-71 course plays a little longer than its yardage of 6243 yards would suggest. With water hazards on the majority of holes, golfers will need to plot their way around to produce a good score.
Fairways are generally wide and generous, but feature rolling hills that resemble courses in New England. The elevated greens are small, undulating, and surrounded by white bunkers, while the rough is thick and troublesome. With common uneven lies and a constant Florida breeze, the course remains a challenge despite its shorter length.
Accommodation near Palmer Course
Situated just 30 minutes north of Tampa, Saddlebrook Resort offers 36 holes of golf designed by Arnold Palmer as well as a spa and multiple onsite dining options.