Lakeside is on the north side of Inverness on Florida Avenue about an hour from either Orlando or Tampa. The course is part of an old, established residential community with homes along many of the holes, but set back far enough as to not impact play.
It was designed by Bill Campbell in the late 1970's, and is a parkland style of layout with tree lined rolling fairways, and to some is "poor man's Black Diamond" with four holes routed around an abandoned phosphate mine. There's plenty of doglegs, a mix of tight and open holes, and bunkering mostly around the small to mid-sized greens. It's a private club but open for public play, it plays to 6,400+ from the blue tees, the whites play to 6,120 yards, 69.3/121 course and slope ratings.
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