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Top 5 Golf Courses Around St. Pete Beach

Golf is even more relaxing when you are right next to St. Pete Beach. Just imagine completing a course with your buddies and then hopping over to Sloppy Joe’s for a soul-refreshing mojito.  So, what are the best golf courses around St. Pete Beach?

1.  Seminole Lakes Golf & Country Club

Seminole takes you back to Old Florida, with scenic greens, a family-owned and operated club while maintaining prestigious accolades like hosting the legendary Arnold Palmer on their courses.  They also hold a 4.3 out of 5-star rating on Google with over 193 reviews!  One golfer wrote, “1 of my 2 favorite courses in the area. Not the most difficult but certainly challenging and will force you to hit most shots to compete for par. Turf maintenance is above average and the greens roll well.” (Google Review from Mr. Travee). There’s a great restaurant onsite as well so you can enjoy a drink, just don’t land your ball in the drink!

Location: 6100 Augusta Blvd, Seminole, FL
Hours: 7:00AM – 6:00PM

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2. Bardmoor Golf & Tennis Club

Home to many PGA Tournaments, Bardmoor is renowned for being Southwest Florida’s top spot for professional golfers.  Many big names in the golfing world have relished the opportunity to play on these courses.  Come play where the pros play!

Location: 8001 Cumberland Rd, Seminole, FL
Hours: 6:00AM – 6:00PM

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3. Largo Golf Course

As an executive golf course, Largo sees a huge number of visitors who just can’t get enough of the lovely greens and fairways.  Despite being known as a beginner’s golf course, Largo tends to surprise a lot of golfers who are thoroughly shocked thanks to the number of challenging holes located in a few areas.  Perhaps the most remarkable thing about Largo is that you and your buddies can finish a game in just under 3 hours.

Location: 12500 Vonn Rd, Largo, FL
Hours: 7:00AM – 7:00PM

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4. Treasure Bay Golf & Tennis

For beginners who just want to take a few swings and enjoy the remarkable views, Treasure Bay is just the place for you to be.  The best part is that playing on the par 3 course is quite inexpensive and thus is the perfect option for newbies.  No need to worry about your kids as Treasure Bay also features a pretty playground to keep the little ones busy.

Location: 10315 Paradise Blvd, Treasure Island, FL
Hours: 8:00AM – 9:00PM

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5. Mainlands Golf Course

Mainlands is a very budget-friendly option for beginners and semi pro golfers.  For just $33 you can play up to 18 holes.  In addition to being inexpensive, Mainlands is also popular for being one of the only courts in Florida that has very little sand and is never too wet.  Since the course is family-run, staff members are always very endearing towards us golfers.

Location: 445 Mainlands Blvd W, Pinellas Park, FL
Hours: 6:30AM – 6:30PM

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Hopefully, you now have a perfect idea of what course you’re looking to play in. Now it’s time to share your views.  Which of these 5 golf courses excites you the most? Is it Bardmoor because you just can’t wait to meet a professional golfer?  Or is it Treasure Bay because you are a beginner looking to test your skills on a budget?

Either way, leave a comment down below to tell us what you think.  https://www.resortrentals.us!

 

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