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PGA Tour - The Westin Innisbrook Golf Resort Course
Home of the 2005 Chrysler Championship
Address: 36750 US Hwy 19 N Palm Harbor, FL 34684 Opened: 1974
Course Par: 71
Male Yardage: 7295
Course Designer: Larry & Roger Packard
The par-71 Westin Innisbrook Golf Resort is 7,295 yards from the championship tees. With its unusual elevation changes, the natural setting of the Copperhead course will probably remind you of a Carolina layout rather than Florida's West Coast. The Copperhead, of course, is ranked in "America's Top Resort Courses" by Golf Digest and No. 4 in the state by Travel & Leisure Golf's Florida's 50 Finest. This award-winning resort was named to "GOLF Magazine's" 1998 list of "Silver Medal Resorts." The Copperhead Course, which is the site of the JC Penny Classic, has an international reputation for excellence and is high on the list of many golfers' favorites. As rated by "Golf Digest," it is one of America's top courses. The course is long, has undulating hills, extremely narrow fairways, and very tall pine trees that can alter your shot selection. The signature hole on the Copperhead Course is #16, a 458-yard, par 4, requiring a tee shot up a dogleg fairway and around a lake.
Previous winners include, Vijay Singh, Retief Goosen, K.J. Choi, John Huston and more.
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