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Valspar Championship

Congratulations to 2023 Valspar Champion Taylor moore

"I think this place is a ball-striker's kind of's been a fantastic week. Staying out here at Innisbrook has been awesome and convenient, and the staff here has been really good to me and my team. So definitely thankful for that and excited to come back here in the future."
- Taylor Moore, Champion, 2023 Valspar Championship told to Assembled Media

Innisbrook’s Copperhead Course is the proud host of the PGA TOUR’s Valspar Championship, an official 72-hole event, with proceeds from ticket sales benefiting area charities through the Championship’s Birdies for Tampa Bay Charities program.

This event has generated over $41 million for charities, primarily in the Tampa Bay Area. More than 2,000 volunteers will contribute their time and efforts during tournament week, along with community-minded sponsors, and the support of tens of thousands of golf fans. The tournament has consistently raised substantial sums both through its Birdies for Tampa Bay Charities program and other targeted donations to groups like Tampa General Hospital, Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County, The First Tee, the Chi Chi Rodriguez Youth Foundation, Birdies for the Brave, and others.

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Experience first-hand what the world’s greatest golfers enjoy during championship week, from spectacular golf to incredible Salamander hospitality. 

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What do the pros say about Valspar and Copperhead?

"I love this course. It's one of my favorite layouts and favorite tracks of the year." - Justin Thomas

"It's a tougher golf course. I think it's one of those ones where you got to put it in the fairway. 
You got to be a good ball-striker around this place to play well. I think that's suiting me." - Brooks Koepka

"It definitely fits my eye. It's kind of similar to courses that I grew up on, kind of through the trees.
You got to work the golf ball both ways. You got to be in position off the tee, otherwise, you get blocked out on certain holes." - Adam Hadwin