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Tampa Bay Entertainment, Dining, Beaches, Golf, Etc. => Golf Courses and Discounts => Topic started by: TBTourist on February 27, 2010, 12:33:07 PM

Title: Lansbrook Golf Club
Post by: TBTourist on February 27, 2010, 12:33:07 PM
We have played Lansbrook Golf Club several times a year for the last few years.  It's a great test of golf with some tight holes with trees on both sides, some wide open holes where a slice won't kill you, some short par 4s and some long ones too.  The greens putt true and they're usually fast.  Find more information on their website below.

http://www.lansbrook-golf.com
Title: Re: Lansbrook Golf Club
Post by: leahluis09 on March 16, 2010, 01:36:18 AM
My brother has been working to that golf club almost three years and he told us that he really loves working there. Lansbrook Golf Club is a daily fee facility where, so they say, golfers are its primary responsibility. They don’t do weddings, and they don't have a lot of the frills that you find at other golf facilities. Rather, they focus their attention on golf: the course, the practice range, golf shop and those things that go into offering a memorable round. So if you are agolf-lover, take it from us. Lansbrook Golf Club is the perfect place for you.
Title: Re: Lansbrook Golf Club (photos)
Post by: TBTourist on March 20, 2010, 09:21:25 PM
We went to Lansbrook today and we had a great afternoon!  It was the first day of Spring and the course is finally starting to green up with a little warm weather.  I didn't play very well, but we had fun!

Below are some photos from today's round.  Their logo is an alligator and we saw 3 of them.  One was huge, but it was floating in the middle of the pond on number 17, so we couldn't get a picture of that one.  But, we got photos of the other two.  Click on the photos to make them larger. 
Title: Lansbrook Golf Club
Post by: KamNone on August 06, 2019, 04:54:05 AM
Oh man, Wendigo... Its a lot like the DRI plant up there, all promises no results.  Bad timing.  I had hoped to make it there in the past but missed out.  What do you sell that you have golf courses as clients?