Innisbrook is a massive golf course complex with 4-18 hole courses, tennis club, resort hotel, and villas. It's located north of Clearwater on US 19, its Copperhead course is the venue for the annual PGA Tour stop in Tampa. If you're here for a day, play the Copperhead, just for the experience, it's overpriced, given the other courses here, but it's the best by far. The terrain of Copperhead is not what you'd expect in Florida, starting with the first tee...quite a lot of undulations and rolling hills, and fairways bordered by huge, oak trees. The terrain gives you many uphill and downhill tee shots, elevation changes, and approaches over and around considerable water hazards. It's bordered with lakes, ponds and swamp lands which come into play regularly. It measures 7,340, 134 slope from the tips. The Island Course is the second course to play here, at 7,310 yards from the tips with tight tree lined fairways, water hazards, and bunkers. It is less demanding than the Copperhead, and is also a U.S. Open qualifier site as well as the site for the NCAA Championships. Highlands North Course plays to 6,325 yards, and is similar in design to the Copperhead Course, just shorter, but extremely tough with tricky par 3's, tight fairways, trees, and water, and is more of a shotmakers course. Highlands South Course is par 71, 6,620 yards, and is a more open and links style course with rolling and undulating fairways and a lot of fairway bunkers...100 or more, and water on 10 holes. Innisbrook is a good place just to plop for a few days and play great golf courses, all well conditioned, excellent customer service, the only critique is that the whole place just feels a bit dated.