Constructed on wetlands, Providence Golf Club utilized the native hardwoods to line the fairways and the fresh water creeks invite you into the world of otters, deer and wild turkey that can occasionally be seen during your round.
Technically challenging and esthetically pleasing, Providence Golf Club is a masterpiece. The 18-hole championship course, designed by renowned architect Mike Dasher, will test your game and soothe your senses as it winds its way through land featuring fresh water creeks, ancient hardwoods and wetlands.
The golf course is flat and wide open for the most part with small undulating greens. Easy accessibility and a great price point make this a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Providence Golf Club has recently been selected as one of the top 50 new golf course layouts in the United States by Golfweek in 2008.
Dasher has an affection for European style golf courses, and it is evident on some of his unique, undulated greens at Providence. Reviews of the new facility indicate he has surpassed his objective. Dasher describes the golf course as a combination of classic Florida and parkland style.
In addition to managing Providence Golf Club, Kemper Sports also manages Windermere Country Club in Central Florida.