“Golf As It Should Be.”
Charlotte Harbor National Golf Club, the shared vision of course architect Lee Singletary and 1986 PGA Championship winner Bob Tway, represents one of the South’s most unique year-round experiences — in terms of being a fun, rewarding challenge for golfers of various skill levels, while remaining a stern test for professionals accessing the full impact of its grand design.
What makes this newly refurbished course, covering more than 7,100 yards of pristine Florida real estate, such a big hit with the masses? Each hole has a distinctive risk-reward feel to it, placing a high premium on proper angles, strategic iron play, crisp shot-making and leveraging the most optimum spots along the greens.
‘The National’ shall also provide touchstone memories that won’t soon be forgotten, factoring in the expansive greens, bunker renovations, innovative water placements and unique, natural topography which can affect certain approach shots. Simply put, our esteemed guests might never reach a consensus on the course’s true signature hole, since every challenge leads to something new and potentially wonderful .
As such, The National offers an experience with few peers in Florida (and the southern region of the United States), the perfect union of a majestic layout and the dedicated team who proudly bring passion and precision to every hole.
The world-class amenities don’t stop there. Under new management since 2017 “The National”’ has received a complete and total overall renovation, including ultra-modern design changes to the clubhouse, practice facilities, along with the golf shop and restaurant. Golfers will also be pleased with the major upgrades to the golf cars, Yamaha vehicles with state-of-the-art GPS capabilities.
Rich Smith, PGA