Belleview Biltmore Golf Club (727-581-5498)
Florida Golf Course Review
The Belleview Biltmore is an 18-hole Donald Ross championship design that has been an American favorite since 1926. Featuring lush fairways, challenging water hazards,
strategically placed sand bunkers, and true rolling TifEagle Bermuda putting surfaces, The Biltmore presents a picturesque golf experience that can be enjoyed by the expert and novice alike.
Four sets of tees play to distances and slopes measuring 6614 yards/124 slope, 6137 yards/120 slope, 5706 yards/118 slope, 5143 yards/115 slope. Water comes into play on 14
holes, with just a few forced carries and there are 75 sand traps situated along the fairways and greenside.
The course is well marked with sprinkler heads measured to the center of the green from 250 yards in, and with 150 yard stakes situated in the middle of the fairways. Pin
placement sheets are provided for the 6 rotating hole locations. A golf academy is on property, providing practice facilities that include a range, putting green and short game area
with practice bunker.
The clubhouse features a pro shop, plus dining at Golf Club Bar & Grille. Other dining options are available on the resort property, including the Palm Grill and Terrace, an ice
cream parlor, coffee bar and more. Belleview Biltmore is a full service resort, with 224 rooms providing a variety of accommodations including standard hotel rooms and luxurious
suites. Meeting and banquet facilities (40,000 square feet) are also on property, as well as the Eclips Spa, workout center, swimming pools and a variety of recreational opportunities. Click here for a direct link to the Belleview Biltmore website for more info on the resort.
The Biltmore is a very traditional and well respected golf course in the Tampa area. Though built in 1925, the course is keeping up with the times, as evidenced by the fact that all
the greens are now are outfitted with some of the latest surfaces in turf technology - TifEagle. The property is easily accessible from the Tampa area.
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