A feast for the senses, a haven for the soul. Welcome to Streamsong, a new kind of resort that takes the everyday ordinary to the absolutely extraordinary. A resort where golf is both a quest for perfection and an art form. A retreat that is the ultimate escape for relaxation, enrichment and rejuvenation. A place where the surrounding ecosystems are as deeply valued as the time you’ll spend in Streamsong.
Forget about any shot you’ve ever played, any course you’ve ever visited.
When it comes to golf at Streamsong, there is no comparison.
Because for the first time in their considerable careers, renowned golf architects Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw of Coore & Crenshaw, and Tom Doak of Renaissance Golf Design, worked side by side simultaneously to create two extraordinary 18-hole golf masterpieces—both of which were specifically designed to be walked and offer the ultimate golfing experience, the likes of which Florida has never seen.
Golf at Streamsong
The crowning jewels of the resort are Streamsong Blue and Streamsong Red, skillfully designed by Tom Doak and Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, respectively.
The courses’ 19th hole would be the Clubhouse, with its 12 private guest rooms, a veranda overlooking the lake, 4,500 square feet of meeting space, a lounge, golf shop and a three-meal/steak restaurant.
The driving force behind Streamsong is The Mosaic Company and its visionary use of land recovered from a former phosphate mine. Through the land recovery process, sand dunes were created throughout the property, which made for dramatic rises in elevation and the perfect base for fairways and greens with a stunning variety in contour.
This inspired combination of indigenous and man-made terrain—coupled with the imaginations of three of the finest golf course architects in the world—set the stage for two of the best links-style golf courses ever to be played.
Only twice have two of the world’s top golf architect teams shared a vision, space and philosophy to create courses that have garnered universal praise from players and peers alike: Bandon Trails and Pacific Dunes in Bandon, Oregon; and Lost Farm and Barnbougle Dunes in Tasmania, Australia.
And only once has there been an active collaboration between these two internationally renowned teams, where they worked side-by-side simultaneously to create two intersecting designs: Streamsong Blue and Streamsong Red in Central Florida.
This is Streamsong… and here are the remarkable men behind these already legendary courses.
“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
With its multiple elevation changes, fairways navigating wild grasses and deep-water ponds, and huge bunkers that roll off of...
“…some of the most unusual, interesting and dramatic land forms we have ever encountered…the landscape is different than anything we’ve ever worked with. ”
— Bill Coore, Coore & Crenshaw
Simply put, Streamsong Red is like nothing you’ve ever played.
Designed by the legendary team of Bill Coore and...