You’ll love what they've done with their rooms and suites at PGA National Resort & Spa. Aesthetically, they've made every accommodation new with stylish bedding, furnishings, wall and floor coverings. Technologically-speaking, they've recently installed 55-inch flat-screen Samsung smart televisions, and iPod docking stations in every room.

Relax on your private, furnished balcony or terrace and enjoy views of the resort gardens, golf courses or spa. Rooms feature one king bed or two full-size beds, 55-inch LCD HD TV, sitting area, executive desk and a granite- and marble-appointed bathroom with separate vanity area. Amenities include an iPod dock/clock radio, bathrobes, hair dryer, laptop safe, coffee maker and mini refrigerator.


The Lodge features 228 guest rooms and suites, four casual and fine dining restaurants, multiple bars, a grotto-style full-service spa, fitness center and outdoor lakeside pool, as well as a quiet loft/lounge area and even retail stores and outfitters.

Stunningly situated with lakes on its sunrise and sunset sides to take full advantage of its unique setting, Streamsong has scenic observation areas without city lights to hinder the starlight views, especially from the rooftop lounge.

Streamsong’s guestrooms and suites feature floor-to-ceiling glass with custom louvers and hardware to control light, and the majority of rooms have spectacular water views that extend to the natural Florida horizon. Queen- and king-size beds with sumptuous linens, plush robes, and boutique amenities ensures that no detail is overlooked.


Innisbrook has completely transformed the interiors of its spacious guest accommodations to feature an appealing and modern look.

Each Executive Suite offers 750 square feet of space and has been completely refreshed with all new furniture, flooring, furnishings, stainless-steel appliances, quartz countertops, cabinets, lighting, draperies, and all other decor.

All executive suites include a kitchenette large living area, private balcony or patio and plenty of room to relax and enjoy the fabulous views.

Here is a 3D of the interior of an Executive Suite.


Recently renovated and brimming with amenities, the Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa features refreshed rooms and suites showcasing floor-to-ceiling windows, deluxe bedding and ergonomic workspaces. The Premium Service Wing offers enhanced accommodations and access to the exclusive Living Room.

Elsewhere at the resort, you can make a splash in one of four pools, pamper yourself at the on-site spa or enjoy a meal at one of the outstanding restaurants. You may catch a free shuttle to TPC Sawgrass, or to the recently renovated private Cabana Beach Club.


Marvel at stunning panoramic views and vast landscapes of impressive elevation rolls, tumbles and ridges. Streamsong Black, brought to life by renowned designer Gil Hanse, offers golfers the opportunity to play a premium course that rivals the greatest golf venues in the world.

The Black is nationally ranked and was named Golf Digest’s Best New Public Course of 2018. It sits a mile south of the resort’s Red and Blue Courses, with its own clubhouse and its own personality.

Reshaped from a decades-old phosphate strip mine that lacked tall spoil mounds, Hanse provided strategic character by building a hidden punchbowl green at nine, dual putting surfaces at 13, incorporating a meandering creek on the par-5 fourth and a lagoon cove to guard the 18th green.

Both the putting surfaces and the chipping areas surrounding them were grassed in MiniVerde, and today both are mowed at a single height, resulting in the biggest, most complex greens found on the national ranking. One Streamsong insider calls the Black greens “polarizing;” we call them tremendous fun.


Originally designed by Tom and George Fazio for major tournament play, The Champion course was redesigned by Jack Nicklaus in 2014 and hosts the Honda Classic each spring on the PGA TOUR. Although The Champion has generous landing areas and spacious greens, golfers are presented with course management challenges throughout the round. A must-play on any avid golfer's list.


A favorite among PGA TOUR professionals, the Copperhead Course is the most recognizable of Innisbrook’s four Tampa, Florida courses. Each Spring it plays host to the world’s greatest golfers during the PGA TOUR’s annual visit to the resort for the Valspar Championship.

Copperhead was the second of four courses to be built at Innisbrook, as the Island Course was first constructed in 1970. Copperhead was originally a 27-hole track before nine of the holes were used for the development of the Highlands North Course, the third course to be built at Innisbrook. The fourth and final course to be built was the Highlands South Course.

Designed by Larry Packard, the 18-hole par-71 Copperhead Course features five tee boxes for golfers to choose from and runs nearly 7,300 yards during the Valspar Championship. Both the fairways and greens at Copperhead are made from Bermuda grass. The fairways are lined with pine trees and the course is described as having a rolling terrain. The course also has no shortage of lakes and ponds that come into play as water hazards.


The world renowned Players Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass is the first course of its kind. Built with the intention of being home to THE PLAYERS, it was created for spectators. It was designed as the first stadium-style golf course, offering fans clear and stunning views. The challenging layout is routed so that no two consecutive holes ever play in the same direction.

Traditional Scottish links-style bunkers, sandy waste areas, and water hazards that come into play on every hole make the Stadium Course exciting and interesting to play. There are also hundreds of oaks, pines, and palms throughout the course. One of the most widely known, and feared, holes in golf is No. 17, the island green par three. Clearly one of your "bucket list" courses.