Fairway stakes at 100/150/200 yards measured to the center of the green.
Color coded flags indicate the day's front, middle or back hole locations.
Designed by world famous golf architect Donald Ross in 1925, the Belleview Biltmore Golf Club has a reputation for its challenging design which harmonizes with
the surrounding environment. Lushly lined fairways, artistically positioned bunkers and challenging water hazards amid a constantly changing panorama of
beauty makes this championship course both challenging and exciting for all levels of golfers.
Clubhouse features a fully stocked, professionally staffed pro shop along with a restaurant/lounge and banquet area for groups of up to 160 persons. For a
pictorial review of this course click on the review link near the top of this page.
From Tampa Airport: Proceed West on State Road 60, over the Courtney Campbell Causeway to Clearwater. Continue approx 17.5 miles West on S.R. 60, also known as
Gulf-to-Bay Blvd.(Court St). Turn left on US 19 Alt (S. Missouri Ave.) and travel 3.2 miles to Wyatt St. At the end of Wyatt turn left on Indian
Rocks Road and travel to the course on the left.