4 world-renowned golf course architects. 3 internationally acclaimed links-style courses. A golf experience distinguished as once-in-a-lifetime. Streamsong Blue, Streamsong Red, and Streamsong Black celebrate the legacy of traditional Scottish links. Undulating fairways navigating through wild grasses and deep-water ponds, huge bunkers rolling from towering sand dunes and deep greenside pot bunkers define the unexpected experience of playing golf at Streamsong.
Streamsong Resort is the only location in the world where players can experience three distinct golf courses designed by four legendary architects – Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, Tom Doak and Gil Hanse. Streamsong Red, Streamsong Blue and Streamsong Black – three of the most highly acclaimed and widely pursued golf courses in the game today. Revered as a bucket-list destination, Streamsong Resort rivals the greatest golf venues in the world.
With its multiple elevation changes, fairways navigating wild grasses and deep-water ponds, and huge bunkers that roll off of towering sand dunes, Streamsong Blue seems designed by discovery rather than by intention. Created by Renaissance Golf Design’s renowned architect Tom Doak—who already has four designs ranked among the top 100 in the world—Streamsong Blue is equally destined for golfing greatness. It features spectacular terrain, with rises and falls in elevation, and contours that undulate.
“This is such a good piece of land for golf. The variety of contours created by the mining process is unique for a project in Florida—or anywhere in the Southeast.”— Tom Doak, Renaissance Golf Design
Tom Doak, known for his design philosophy of routing around the natural features of the land, created Streamsong Blue to be both strategic and playable. Doak’s philosophy behind his minimalist approach to some of the greatest courses in the world was forged at historic St. Andrews in Scotland and continues to awe golfers around the world.
The practice facilities at Streamsong are world-class. They feature a two-acre putting course, named the Gauntlet, and a free-flowing 7-hole practice area, as well as a separate practice area outside the Clubhouse with the accommodation.
After spending the day on Streamsong® Blue and Streamsong® Red, the Clubhouse at Streamsong® is the ultimate 19th hole. Designed by Alberto Alfonso of Alfonso Architects, it features 12 guest rooms, 4,500 square feet of conference space, a golf shop, and an outdoor terrace overlooking a lake and the dramatic golf course terrain. The Clubhouse’s picture-perfect location sits gently in the saddle of the dunes, so instead of dominating, it accentuates the brilliant setting.
The Clubhouse at Streamsong also features the elegant steak and seafood-themed Restaurant Fifty-Nine™. Named after the holy grail of golf—a score that breaks 60 and has only been accomplished four times in the history of the PGA Tour—Restaurant Fifty-Nine offers an array of delicious options for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and has one of the top selections of wine available in Central Florida.
The believe the best way to experience the game of golf at Streamsong is to walk with a caddie. Caddies come to Streamsong Resort with a range of skills honed at some of the country’s most exclusive private clubs and resorts.