This place is a dog track. In the middle of nowhere. The golf course looks nothing like the pictures. There’s bugs everywhere. The greens are the size of a state county. The caddies are below average. The food on property is horrible. The front desk staff had a major attitude. The drinks are very expensive. Save your money and go somewhere else like Sawgrass or Pinehurst or Sea Island
Just spent 3 days at the Streamsong Resort. Played the Black Course twice and the Blue Course once. For whatever reason I have never played such highly rated golf courses that were in such ragged and substandard condition. The tournament we played even had to play "lift and clean" even though it hasn't rained in weeks. i won't be back anytime soon until I am assured the quality of the golf matches the very expensive fees they charge for stay and play.
I stayed at Streamsong April 7,8 and 9. Let me say that the staff and accommodations were excellent and let me also say this is the first review I have ever done. The golf courses were visually attractive but the greens were horrible. They have a disease and this was not communicated prior to our visit. We paid full greens fees and sent an e-mail to the general manager letting him know our disappointment. He acknowledged that the red course has significant issues and apologized for the lack of communication. In addition the short game area was closed for the red and blue course. The general manager offered to send me a voucher for a future visit clearly missing the mark. Will not be going back.
My wife and I joined 3 other golfing couples at this absolutely beautiful resort. No need to review the hotel, food, and service staff. All were exceptional. But, take a caddie at your own risk (mainly financial). Normally, my wife and I really enjoy caddies, but the guys we had over three days did more trolling for $$$ than they did caddying. We had a couple of guys who started the day by telling us how they expected to be paid and tipped, and then they spent the remainder of the day telling us stories of the great tips they've received. It's all they talked about, meanwhile, I learned very little about the golf courses from them. I am normally a generous tipper, but I resented having to pay our caddies at all. Total BS artists. We love Streamsong, but I would never, ever hire a caddie there again. I'm sure there are some good caddies at the resort, but we were weary from the 4 hour shakedown. When I mentioned our disappointment to the pro in the Pro Shop, he just chuckled and said, "Yeah they can be like that." Enough said.…
We had the pleasure of spending 4 days/3 nights at Streamsong resort. We played all 3 courses and ate is 2 of their restaurants, along with attending several events that included food and beverage service by the resort. I can say that in EVERY area their customer service excelled. Every employee went out of their way to be pleasant, be helpful, and anticipate what you might need. we never waited more than 5 minutes for a shuttle to the various aspects of the resort. Our clubs always appeared when and where they were expected. They accommodated every request immediately even those that didn't have a "cookie cutter" answer. The food t the events was excellent.. the food in the restaurants very good but slightly short of that at the events. Such an interesting place to visit... though literally in the middle of nowhere, the architecture reminds me of Frank Lloyd Wright.. rooms amazingly spacious, quiet and well thought out. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay, most especially because of the employees' devotion to customer service.…
I have been going to Steamsong almost since it opened. The golf is by far the best in Florida. 3 great courses, all different. You will hear complaints about the Black course, because for amateurs it can be hard. But fair. Record score is below 60, so if you are good enough, it can be beat. Rooms are very good, at a reasonable price for a high end golf resort, which this surely is. Clean and modern. My previous complaint would have been that the restaurant food was only average. After a makeover, this is not true. Food this trip (March 2022) was no less than excellent, and very reasonably priced for this quality. One of the top golf resort destinations in the country. Don't miss it.
Pros-beautiful clean resort, beautiful courses, extremely nice, attentive employees, knowledgeable caddies, clubs where they were supposed to be when we arrived at the different courses, massages were wonderful. Cons-noise level in all restaurants was so loud you couldn’t hear the person next to you, water had a sulphuric taste, same smell in the showers, infinity pool was nice but lounge chairs were uncomfortable, food was not great, spa was ok, in the middle of no where. The 8 women had fun golfing but this is a guys resort.
Is this place expensive? Yes. Is is worth it? Absolutely!! My wife and I stayed here for 4 nights last week and were delighted we had chosen Streamsong. Sure, there's really not much else in the area and we didn't leave the resort, but the hotel was excellent and the golf was fantastic. Our room was very spacious and comfortable and had a scenic view over the pond at the rear. Staff were always very friendly and attentive. My only gripe was that at check in we weren't given any kind of rundown of the hotel facilities, advised locations of things like the pool and spa and opening times, options for breakfast etc. We returned to reception after we had settled in and got a verbal guide of sorts. The golf at Streamsong, obviously the main reason to go, is fantastic. We played all three courses (my wife plays 2 and I play 9 handicap) and I would find it difficult to choose between the Red, Blue and Black courses, all high quality, waaay more inspiring than anything else I've played in Florida (more akin to the type of links golf we play in Scotland, minus the big alligators!) and would happily play any of them again (I think the Blue course shaded it, but tomorrow I might decide Black or Red!). The Black course felt like it was still settling in. We had a double caddy for each round as a holiday treat and it was good to get the same looper each day as he worked out ability levels. The restaurants on site were great, but the Bone Valley Tavern and Bar at the Black course definitely wins the all around prize on food, location and price. The Gauntlet putting course was a great way to spend some spare time in the afternoon as the sun was going down too. Will definitely be looking to go back.…
This resort was amazing. The rooms were big with amazing views, very clean, and comfortable sleeping and seating options. The staff was friendly, helpful, and engaging. The food was excellent! Every place we ate was so good, the service was great each restaurant was different but equally good. We did some of the onsite activities, archery and shooting which were both super fun and our guide was awesome. We can't wait to come back!
Yes, we were on a guys trip to an outstanding golf destination. The three courses were awesome, especially the red. The room was huge, super clean, and comfy. The food on course (lobster roll, tacos, and BBQ) and at the clubhouses was so good, we didn't make a reservation at one of the high end spots. Maybe next time. The place is a well oiled machine. What amazed me the most were the amenities for non-golfers. There is a full service spa, infinity pool with pool side bar, tennis, nature trails, etc. Don't think for a minute that you have to exclude your loved ones from enjoying a beautiful resort where they could relax while you are golfing. There were plenty of families there as well. Enjoy!!