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Innisbrook Resort South Course NEW GREENS!
he already amazing South Course at Innisbrook has been improved with the planting of TifEagle Bermuda Grass, the same lissa e M y putting surface found on Innisbrook’s Copperhead Course. The eb verag o c & Copperhead is, of course, where the Valspar Championship takes place s Photo every year, and where PGA Tour professionals love to play. The South Course renovation takes it back to it’s original size after 35 years of subtle reconfigurations. Using a no-till method of turf replacement results in a firmer, more consistent playing surface. All four courses at Innisbrook now have the same greens. Guest rooms are also undergoing some upgrades, and are expected to be finished in the fall. Each suite is being completely refreshed with new furniture, furnishings, flooring, appliances, quartz counters, cabinets, lighting, draperies and other decor. Dining is always great at Innisbrook. Turnberry Pub is a casual dining experience inside or outside overlooking the Island course. My favorite is Packard’s Steakhouse — worth a trip alone. Innisbrook is offering a 20% savings when you stay for two nights or more now through April 30. Enjoy this resort surrounded by 900 acres of beautiful golf courses and woods, and relax. For more information, visit www.innisbrookgolfresort.com Innisbrook’s Managing Director Mike Williams checks out the new greens.
Innisbrook’s Dawn Mercer, Mike Williams, Bobby Barnes 26
Ribbon cutting for the South Course. www.AccentOnTampaBay.com