What Makes Lakeland So Special?
Lakeland Golf Club originally opened in 1964, and in 2002 was expanded to an 18 hole championship course by current owners Ron + Ana Burns. With the insight and expertise of known course designer Barry Serafin, the traditional design of the original layout was re-worked into a challenging course with 5 sets of tees, playable for golfers of all skill levels. Generous fairways are deceptively arrayed with strategically positioned bunkers, and natural water hazards come into play on several holes. The versatility of our world-class golf course makes Lakeland an excellent venue for Tournaments + Outings, while the clubhouse and surrounding amenities make for a beautiful Wedding or Banquet setting. Our staff is known for providing friendly + professional customer service, with the thoughtfulness in mind to ensure your special day is the given the proper care + attention to yield the success it deserves.
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