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.
Known for his design philosophy of routing around the natural features of the land, Doak noted, “Now we get to use these dramatic changes as the centerpiece to our golf holes.” All together, they combine to offer some of the most stimulating holes in golf.
No. 18 – Golf Advisor’s Best of 2018: Florida
No. 19 – Golfweek’s Best Resort Courses
No. 4 in Florida – Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play in Each State
No. 22 – Golf Digest America's 100 Greatest Public Courses (2017-2018 Edition)
No. 18 – Golfweek Magazine Top 100 Resort Courses
No. 22 – Golf Digest’s America 100 Greatest Courses You Can Play
No. 55 – Golfweek Magazine Best: Top 100 Modern Courses
No. 5 in Florida – Golf Digest The Best Courses in Every State
No. 64 – GOLF Magazine Top 100 Courses in the U.S.
No. 3 in Florida – Golfweek Best Courses You Can Play in Each State (2017)
No. 14 – GOLF Magazine Top 100 Courses You Can Play (2016-17 Edition); No. 3 in Florida – GOLF Magazine The Best Coruses You Can Play in Every State (2016-17 Edition)
No. 124 - Golf Digest America’s Second 100 Greatest Golf Courses
Year Built: 2012
Architect: Tom Doak
Course Length: 7,176 yards