The Preserve Golf Club
Check out a course where the birdies fly with today's feature: $15 for 18 Holes with Cart and a Warm-Up Bucket of Range Balls at The Preserve Golf Club in Bradenton ($37 Value. Includes Tax. Expires October 31, 2012.)
Occupying a serene piece of land conveniently located just minutes from I-75, The Preserve Golf Club melts sublimely into the surrounding landscape. Just miles outside the beautiful gulf coast city of Bradenton, golfers will be greeted with all the traditional beauty of Central Florida, as was the intent of this Ted McAnlis signature championship design.
Originally opened in 2001, the par-72 championship layout of The Preserve Golf Club is home to some 50 lakes that put golfers in touch with Mother Nature — and gives them a run for their money at the same time. The blend of natural elements and superbly crafted and challenging holes creates a quintessential Floridian golfing experience to be savored.
Winding through the lush wetlands dotting the landscape, patrons are guaranteed a relaxing, challenging experience that will be hard to forget. This Golf Digest 3-and-1/2-star venue has much to offer, such as Champion Ultra Dwarf Greens — the very same green surfaces that are used in the No. 1-ranked course in the state, as well as the home of the 2011 PGA Championship.
The Preserve Golf Club has five sets of tees, ranging from over 7,000 yards with a course rating/slope rating of 73/139 to as little as 4,800 yards. The varying degree of difficulty gives every golfer a comfortable yet challenging setting for an enjoyable round.
Perhaps it will be that moment when you are crossing one of the 11 charming bridges or while you're looking over any of the numerous sparkling lakes — whatever gets you, one thing is for sure, a stunningly picturesque round awaits you at The Preserve Golf Club.