Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club
|Location||Palm Harbor, Florida, U.S.|
|Elevation||25 feet (7.5 m)|
|Established||1970, 50 years ago|
|Owned by||Salamander Hotels & Resorts|
|Tournaments hosted||Valspar Championship|
|Length||7,310 yards (6,684 m)|
|Length||7,340 yards (6,712 m)|
|Course record||61 – Pádraig Harrington (2012)|
|Highlands North Course|
|Length||6,325 yards (5,784 m)|
|Highlands South Course|
|Length||6,620 yards (6,053 m)|
Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club is a hotel and country club resort in the southeastern United States, located in Palm Harbor, Florida, northwest of Tampa. The complex consists of a 620-room hotel, four golf courses, spa, three restaurants, and conference facilities.
The Innisbrook Resort has been owned and operated by Salamander Hotels & Resorts since July 2007, having previously been owned by the Golf Trust investment group since 2004, and run by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide under their Westin brand.
There are four golf courses at Innisbrook, all designed by Larry Packard, the oldest of which is the Island Course, which was completed in 1970. The Copperhead Course, venue for the PGA Tour's Valspar Championship, came next in 1974, and originally had 27 holes before nine were used as the basis of the Highlands North Course. The final addition was the Highlands South Course.
|Black||76.8 / 144||560||435||455||195||605||465||420||235||430||3800||445||575||380||200||590||215||475||215||445||3540||7340|
|Green||73.7 / 136||535||380||435||165||570||440||360||195||400||3480||420||530||355||175||550||185||430||180||420||3245||6725|
|White||70.8 / 130||500||360||400||135||530||400||330||170||370||3195||380||495||345||145||525||165||385||160||385||2985||6180|
|Red||73.6 / 130||450||335||375||130||465||365||315||145||355||2935||350||430||320||105||510||150||340||140||325||2670||5605|
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- "Innisbrook's new Island Course". St. Petersburg Times. November 29, 2007. Retrieved 2009-03-24.