Palm Harbor Golf Course Homes

Are you interested in Palm Harbor golf course homes? Does a 55+ community with unlimited golf interest you? Then Highland Lakes is for your, with 3 nine-hole executive golf courses. Residents of Highland Lakes pay a $90 association fee, which includes the clubhouse, access to the private boat ramp on Lake Tarpon and boat storage on a first come basis, and unlimited golf on the three courses.

Then there is the challenging Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club, with the renowned Copperhead Course, home to numerous PGA events, the Fox Squirrel, Island, North and South courses, all are ready for the best you have to offer.  Players must call for playing privileges.

Or try Lansbrook Golf Club, over 6800 yards and a par 72 course.  It is a daily fee course and guests must be accompanied by a member.

Lost Oaks on Tarpon Woods Blvd. in Palm Harbor offers good golfers a challenge, and has wonderful wildlife throughout the course. This is yet another pleasant and challenging Palm Harbor golf course.

Naturally, there is more to Palm Harbor than just golf. There is the Gulf of Mexico and its beautiful sunsets.Caladesi Sunset

 

Along the Gulf Coast are beaches, the Pinellas Bike Trail, good restaurants, and plenty of good water for fishing, kayaking, boating, and catching glimpses of manatees. Check out Palm Harbor. Historic downtown Palm Harbor with restaurants like Thirsty Marlin or Peggy O’Neils. Go a bit away from Old Palm Harbor and you’ll find Ozona Blue for open air dining on the water, or head to Molly Goodheads, which is actually in Ozona, for gator bites appetizers.

Come to find a Palm Harbor golf course home, stay for the Florida lifestyle. You’ll be glad you did. While you’re at it, sample the fun Palm Harbor has to offer, try some of the Florida seafood, and get to know the people.

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