Copperhead Course - Par 71 • 7,209 yards
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A favorite among PGA TOUR professionals, our Copperhead Course is the most recognizable of Innisbrook’s four Tampa, Florida courses. After all, it plays host to the world’s greatest golfers during the PGA TOUR’s annual visit to the resort for the Valspar Championship Presented by BB&T. Tree-lined fairways and rolling terrain define the course – a lengthy challenge for even the longest hitters at more than 7,200 yards. Striking in beauty and challenge, the surrounding lakes and ponds are home to abundant wildlife, including fox squirrels, bald eagles, alligators, blue herons, and many other types of water fowl. With the fairways and greens mostly free of residences, Copperhead provides the opportunity to enjoy golf the way nature intended.
'Innisbrook's View' is Par 5, dogleg right, requiring three calculated shots to reach the green.
'Second Thoughts' is a Par 4 dogleg left that requires a decisive shot off the tee.
On the Par 4 'Narrow Neck,' there is no room for error, with a landing area off the tee just 30 yards wide.
'Bunkered' is the first Par 3 at Copperhead, and requires pin point accuracy while playing into a heavily protected green.
Playing at 600 yards from the tips, the towering Par 5, 'Longview' lives up to its name.
A high fade off the tee of 'Sidewinder' is the player's only chance of keeping their drive in the fairway of this winding Par 4.
The mid-length Par 4 'Hidden Gem' provides the player with their first reprieve since the opening hole and an opportunity for birdie...
Club selection is key on 'Drop Off' - a Par 3 that plays into an 8000 square foot green.
The approach on the Par 4 'Hide Away' plays into a well protected green; and the player will want to make sure they have enough club to get there.
Starting the back nine at Copperhead is 'The Descent' - a downhill Par 4 playing back up into an elevated green.
Favor the right side off the tee on the Par 5 'O's Alley,' as the fairway opens up more than it appears from the box.
The Par 4 'Bridge Hole' will challenge the player's distance control, require two well thought out shots in order to reach the green.
The tightly mown areas around the green make the Par 3 'Forced Carry, a hole to be reckoned with...
Follow the contours of 'Packard's Double Dogleg' if you want any chance of scoring well on the last of Copperhead's Par 5s.
With the latest restoration at Copperhead, the bunkering on the Par 3, 'Snake Bite' became even more venomous.
One of the toughest scoring holes on the PGA Tour, the Par 4 'Moccasin' will test the player's ability to hit a controlled fade into a very tight fairway.
Beware of 'The Rattler' - this long Par 3 has plenty of bite for the player that misses the green.
With an all uphill approach, 'The Copperhead' is the ultimate finishing hole for a championship course...