Carrollwood Country Club, founded in 1972 as Carrollwood Village Golf & Country Club, is home to 27 holes of Championship Golf; Cypress, Meadow and Pine.
With 3 challenging and uniquely different nines, our members and their guests have the opportunity to play 3 varying course rotations each week. Cypress is the longest of the three courses and is regarded as the most difficult. Meadow, the shortest of the three, features small undulating greens with strategically placed bunkers guarding each green; while Pine features water on seven of the nine holes finishing with the 9th hole, an island green.
Carrollwood Country Club hosted one of the first Senior Tour Events, The Michelob-Egypt Temple Senior Classic, played in 1981 & 1982. Carrollwood had legends such as Arnold Palmer, Sam Snead, Billy Casper and two-time champion Don January roam our fairways. Don January won the first official event on the Senior PGA Tour - The 1980 Atlantic City Senior International - and would go on to win 22 times on the Senior PGA Tour.
Beginning in 2004, Carrollwood Country Club underwent an extensive remodel. This remodel included the redesign of all three nines by Dan Maples. Dan Maples is most widely known for his work in North Carolina, most notably Grandfather Mountain, which is continually ranked as a top 100 classic golf course. Most recently, all three nines were resurfaced with Champion Ultradwarf greens, which is considered one of the best putting surfaces in the world.
No matter your abilities, Carrollwood Country Club is sure to provide a fair yet challenging experience to all golfers placing an emphasis on accuracy and strategy.