Highly recognized, high ranking, and well praised – these are things that would perfectly describe the Westchase Golf Club in Tampa Bay, Florida. This Lloyd Clifton design is recognized by the National Golf Foundation and is a recipient of the CLASP (Customer Loyalty and Satisfaction) Award, raking in the Top Ten, nationally, and 1st in the state of Florida. As to why this is a favorite golf vacation destination, the reasons are quite obvious.
The Westchase Golf Club plays for a length of 6,710 yards from the longest tees, winding through a beautiful, scenic mess of wetlands, water hazards, lakes, and thick growth forests. Golfers have to meander through pines and wood bridges, and battle the tight fairways in theirquest for a low scoring game at the Westchase. The water hazards of this course – a combined natural and man-made spectacle – bring together both a picturesque and challenging layout. Regular customers and guests spending their golf vacations here sure find it very satisfying, that even big publications are recognizing it as well.
Golf Digest, for one, has given the Westchase Golf Club a high ranking and the Great Value award to boot. Very satisfied clients, too, have hailed this golf trip haven as “one of the most beautiful public access courses in Tampa Bay”. This is one golf course that has truly captured the hearts of the golfers from the player to the critic level – and that is standout in a state of over 2000 golf courses.