Mills Rd
Bowling Green, FL 33834
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Streamsong Golf Resort

Streamsong® is a remote golf resort with three 18 hole layouts located 1.5 hours from the international airports of Tampa, Sarasota, or Orlando in in an isolated Polk County setting between Bowling Green and Fort Meade.

The golf courses tour through a former phosphate mine in south central Florida owned by The Mosaic Company, the world's largest phosphate mining company. The mining of the land and the recovery process created a dunes-like landscape with significant elevation change, at least for Florida topography. The routings provide for notable contrasts, not only with the contours of the land, but also the natural vegetation which remain.

The Red, a Coore/Crenshaw design, has stunning views with more elevation change, jagged edged bunkers, water carries on only the par 3s, and is more playable save for the first three holes. The Blue, by Tom Doak, is much the same type of routing, yet less dramatic and a bit flatter but providing more undulation and character to the larger greens along with forced carries over water hazards. The Black course, a Gil Hanse and Jim Wagner design, is located off on its own with a separate clubhouse overlooking the sandy waste areas framing the layout. It's seemingly less intuitive than the other courses requiring more precise shot making once the layout's nuances have been discerned and is generally forgiving off the tee, although in some cases, not readily apparent. There's tiered green complexes which tend to be over-sized and blend seamlessly into the sand bunkers with an endless variety of playing options just off the greens. There's four sets of tees on each course, the Blue's Silver tees play to 6,285 yards, 69.7/123, course/slope ratings, the Red's Silver tees are 6,094 yards, 69.4/119, the Black's Silvers are 6,240 yards, 69.5/125.