This 18-hole championship course has wide oak and
pine tree-lined fairways and large undulating greens guarded by 51 sand
traps. LakeSide Country Club has four holes playing around an abandoned
phosphate mine with long par 5's and numerous doglegs, making unusual
layouts not typical of most Florida courses.
Club was open to the public on January 1st, 1979. It was designed by
Bill Campbell and Louis Connell. The two story pro-shop and restaurant
overlooking the first tee was completed two years later.
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