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There is no better place to golf at than at a Tampa golf course. Tampa golf courses provide not only the most variety, but the most beautiful golf courses ever made giving you a challenge like you never expected. Go out and enjoy the scenery while enjoying the challenge of a Tampa golf course.

Heritage Isleswww.heritageislesgolf.com
Heritage Isles
10630 Plantation Bay Drive
Tampa, FL 33647
Local: (813) 907-7388

Beautifully carved from Florida's rich landscape, Heritage Isles is everything Florida golf was meant to be. The course sets itself apart as it maintains an untouched glory. through the preservation of 15 acres of natural wetlands and a thriving animal population.

Northdale Golf & Tennis Clubwww.northdalegolf.com
Northdale Golf & Tennis Club
4417 Northdale Boulevard
Tampa, FL 33624
Local: (813) 962-0428 | Fax: (813) 962-0417

Northdale's classic 18-hole, par-72 Ron Garl design stands firmly above the rest of Tampa Bay's favorite golf courses. Outstanding customer service, first-rate course conditions and excellent amenities complement this scenic golf course.

Rogers Park Golf Coursewww.rogersparkgc.com
Rogers Park Golf Course
7911 N. 30th Street
Tampa, FL 33610
Local: (813) 356-1670

The Hillsborough River insulates Rogers Park from the hustle and bustle of Tampa. Only 20 minutes from downtown, there are no city streets or homes running through this golf course, which was originally built in 1952 and renovated in the summer of 2000.

Tampa Palms Golf & Country Clubwww.tampa-palmscc.com
Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club
5811 Tampa Palms Blvd
Tampa, FL 33647
Local: (813) 972-1991 | Fax: (813) 971-3265

Nestled among majestic pines and Queen palms in the heart of New Tampa. A step away from the workaday, a step above the ordinary.

Westchase Golf Clubwww.westchasegc.com
Westchase Golf Club
11602 Westchase Golf Drive
Tampa, FL 33626
Local: (813) 854-2331 | Fax: (813) 854-5156

Westchase Golf Club has established itself as one of Tampa Bay's upscale golf facilities. The 6,710 yard, Par-72 Westchase course was designed by nationally known architect Lloyd Clifton.