Sarasota National Golf Club’s eighteen hole championship course provides an exhilarating test for golfers of any skill level. Sarasota National Golf Course has been designed by Gordon Lewis, multi award winning golf course designer.

Golf Course Architecture – Gordon Lewis

“Our goal is to enhance the natural beauty, minimize construction and maintenance costs and give personal attention to the project. I insist on being involved at all stages of the design process and keep all the planning, such as construction drawings and documents, in-house and personally attend all meetings and on-site inspections. My record of repeat business suggest this plan works.

The perfect course is our ultimate objective with each project. I want to challenge not only the low handicap golfer and Tour professional but allow the beginner an enjoyable and memorable round of golf.”

Not only is this course notable by its remarkable designer, this course is also an Audubon International Certified Signature Sanctuary. The Sarasota National Course surrounds itself with native wetlands and preserves, which provides a dramatic backdrop that is beautiful while the course remains challenging.



Scramble formats are probably the most enjoyable type of tournament play because only the best shots are played at each hole. All players tee off and from that drive, the best ball is selected. All players hit their next shots from that point and the best ball is again selected.

The process is repeated until the ball is “holed out” with a 2-putt limit. In each foursome, they must select at least two drives from each player for the eighteen hole tournament

Courses will be played on during the Tournament. Players handicaps, provided on the registration form, will determine which course your foursome will play. Course of play is assigned by I.U.P.A. and course officials.