These 18 holes of championship golf are set amongst native Florida landscaping and have scenic views of Long Bayou… Seminole Lake Country Club will make you feel like you’re back in “old Florida”. The Seminole is only 30 minutes from Tampa. Formerly known as Cunningham Point, the club has been around since the 1930s.
Teeing off on the first hole, you’ll have a view of a rustic log cabin built in the 1930’s by the original owners of the area, formerly known as Cunningham Point. As you approach the green, you’re treated to the views and gentle breezes of Long Bayou.
Throughout your round you’ll be amazed at the unrivalled natural habitat and abundance of Florida wildlife that Seminole Lake has to offer, including a family of American Bald Eagles.
Playing 6501 yards from the back tees for a Par 71, it offers five tee stations, ensuring an enjoyable experience for golfers of all abilities. Greens are Sea Dwarf Paspalum, offering excellent playability with a smooth and true surface.
Seminole Lake Country Club is a truly fine and challenging course that has played host to golfing legends such as Arnold Palmer.