Showers: Mens and womens locker rooms with showers
Driving Range: Practice driving range
Putting Greens: Practice putting green
Chipping Range: Practice chipping green
Club Rentals: Mens and womens right and left handed clubs
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About Longboat Key Islandside
Redesigned by Ron Garl in 2014, The Links on Longboat (formerly Islandside) has many characteristics of a seaside links course. Ocean breezes, expansive natural areas and big greens create an incredible golfing experience. Links on Longboat stretches out to 6,748 yards from end to end with five sets of tees to accommodate any level of play. The Par 71 layout demands accuracy off the tee. Most holes feature small waterways that run along one side of the fairway to force you into a decision on placement validating the original "watery challenge" description. Once you have driven your ball in a good fairway position that is where the fun begins. Our new Ron Garl design challenges your iron play but also does not penalize you for an errant shot. Fewer bunkers and more grassed collection areas allow the golfer to have an easy pitch to the hole if you have missed the green. Each green has been completely redesigned with Ron's creative imagination and all 18 holes have been re-grassed with the superior, salt tolerant Platinum Paspalum grass. In addition to the beauty of the natural wildlife seen on a daily basis, over 5,000 Palm trees alongwith pink and white Oleanders line the Links on Longboat.
Longboat Key Islandside Restrictions & Fees
You must be a guest at Resort at Longboat Key to play this course.
Valid 11/1/2014 - 12/31/2018
Resort at Longboat Key will not book singles.
Valid 5/1/2016 - 12/31/2018
In order to play at
Longboat Key Islandside,
you must stay at the resort.
On-site at Sarasota's only four-diamond resort The Resort at Longboat Key ClubKnown as the "watery challenge"Borders the Gulf of Mexico and features water hazards on all 18 holes