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Deer Island Country Club, Tavares

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We have played here before and like the last time, the course is in prestine conditon.or should I say it's in Great shape even with the extreme drought we're having here in Florida. Fairways were in g...  more »
  • The drive in was lovely with lots of open countryside and lake as well as some impressive homes. The course was in great shape and super layout. We saw a eagle on the first hole a a gator on the secon...  more »
  • Beautiful Golf Course with water on every hole! The course is well maintained with perfect greens. The club house has excellent food. Try the crab cake po' boy!  more »
Google
  • The course is nice but the greens has been recently punched and very sandy. There was no previous warning through golf now or at the course. Also a gator ate my ball...
  • Played for the first time 12/3/16. Amazing course in an amazing scenic area. Would highly recommend the course. In perfect condition, playable for skilled golfers and a good day for an occasional golfer as well. Ladies tees could be more generous but that's the only comment. Will certainly play again.
  • Every year I play Deer Island. They have gone through a couple of name changes. It was called "The International Golf Club" for a while. It's the same place. This course is easily the hardest course I've ever played. Every year when I come to Florida, I make sure I play it at least once. It's probably a pushover if you can hit it straight. Plenty of wide landing areas. But if you're crooked, bring a lot of balls. If you push it, it's a penalty. If you pull it, it's a penalty. If you hook it, it's a penalty. If you slice it, it's a penalty. The layout is awesome. I've seen a gator or two every time I've played here. Lots of wildlife and ZERO cookie-cutter holes. I can't wait to go back. Don't bring an extra sleeve of balls, bring a box. Also, leave the gators alone while they sun themselves.
  • Not bad, still a good track, biggest complaint, the group in front of us, moved slower than a dead horse. They would play around on tee box , putting, hitting three tee shots and wouldnt allow us or anyone thru. Basically they were people who play there alot and said they were members and can do as they pleased. Would be nice , if the course had a ranger and he could tell them to allow faster players to play thru. Made for a bit of frustration for our group and everyone behind us, we met the group behind us and them a few times waiting on the first group. The course isn't what it use to be, and not really worth the trip up there.
  • I moved here because of this golf course. It has come a long way from the last ownership. Since Jan. of 2016 this course has come a long way. Started playing again in Nov.2016 and the course and the property have come a long way. New owner has sunk a lot of money into housing and beach ,marina and so on. Still want to see golf course in a little better shape for a sizable price increase for the winter. The staff is very friendly and will help with any of your needs. Restaurant has very good food and is great to sit after a round and relax.