There is one word why the Belleview Biltmore Golf Club has been one of the most popular places to play in the Tampa Bay area for many years: Tradition!
The Belleview Biltmore Golf Club, known for most of its life as the Pelican Golf Club, is a 1925 Donald Ross masterpiece and a true favorite golf course in the Tampa Bay area. In fact, the golf course was fully restored to Mr. Ross’ original design – 6614-yards, par-71 – which has been applauded by all who love this course.
Imagine hitting into greens at Belleview Biltmore Golf Club – virtually the same backdrops of over 80-years ago. However, there are a few subtle upgrades to meet demands of the times – especially the greens. Belleview Biltmore’s greens are now rolling on famous Tiff Eagle Bermuda grass mowed to run smooth and true.
Our fully equipped greens maintenance crew has been given full authority to turn out the best conditioned golf course anywhere in Florida. You’ll see sharp cut cups, properly aligned tee blocks, and bunkers groomed every day.
New Golf Course Ownership 2013
The Belleview Biltmore Golf Club came under new ownership at the beginning of 2013 and the management has a ‘new’ approach to presenting the golf course: Make it the best conditioned golf course anywhere – period. You will continue to see improvements in some places because we are on a large mission to make it the best conditioned golf course.
The Belleview Biltmore Golf Club continues to make renovations to the Belleview Biltmore clubhouse. There are new Club Car golf carts. Reservations for tee times and lessons can now be completely done online to provide you with better and faster service. We have also spruced up the Men’s and Ladies Locker Rooms. You are also invited to sign up for the Belleview Biltmore Golf Club’s eClub to take advantage of special offerings sent directly to your email address.
So, prepare yourself for a round of golf tradition. The course is known to be a pleasure for men, women, seniors, and youngsters no matter what your skill level. Golf’s purists know Donald Ross didn’t always beat you up with pure distance in his designs. He preferred to test your accuracy with slightly tighter fairways, water hazards, strategic bunkers, and well-placed trees. The result: players tell us Belleview Biltmore Golf Club has the variety to keep their rounds interesting from the first tee to the eighteenth green.
Come see why the Belleview Biltmore Golf Club has stood the test of time since 1925.