How much does it cost to play golf at Streamsong?
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How much does it cost to play golf at Streamsong?


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Streamsong Resort sits just a bit outside of Tampa, Fla., and it sits on a reclaimed quarry which has been transformed into a remarkable destination with three courses -- Red, Blue and Black -- as well other outdoor sports that make it a must-visit for golf and outdoors fans.

If you're thinking about taking a trip to Streamsong to play some golf, then you're probably wondering how much it costs. Turns out, it's affordable by most measures.



Streamsong, like most modern destination golf resorts, is open to the public, even those golfers who choose not to stay at the on-property hotel. However, if you do choose to stay at the hotel, you'll get a nice discount on your green fees, which are the same for all three courses. The fees also vary depending on the time of year you visit and play.

In Florida, the hottest summer months are when green fees are the lowest, running at $85 for a resort guest and $125 for the public from Memorial Day through Labor Day. The peak rates are from January 1 through April 30, with the resort guest paying $200 per round and the public golfer paying $255 per round. The replay rate is 50 percent off the rack rate.

You can rent a cart with a forecaddie for each round. However, carts are only available from April 15 - Dec. 31, after 11 a.m. The courses are walking only from Jan. 1 - April 15. The cart is $30 and the forecaddie is another $30-$40 per player per round. Walking caddies are available for $90 per round per player.

Hotel rates vary based on time of year, occupancy and the type of room you want.


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