Kevin Streelman wins PGA TOUR’s Tampa Bay Championship and delivers a 20% discount at Grand Golf Resorts of Florida

Sheila Johnson & Kevin Streelman
Sheila Johnson & Kevin Streelman

Sheila Johnson & Kevin Streelman

Winning 10-under par total, plus an additional 10 percent savings to match the 10-under Copperhead Course record, means substantial savings
 
INNISBROOK, FL – Kevin Streelman’s winning total of 10-under par at the PGA TOUR’s Tampa Bay Championship – played at Innisbrook, a Salamander Golf & Spa Resort – has delivered a 20 percent discount for future guests of the Grand Golf Resorts of Florida who book a Preferred Golf Package starting on the Tuesday after the tournament – March 19.
 
The 20 percent savings matches Streelman’s winning total to par on the famed Copperhead Course, plus an additional 10 percent to match Padraig Harrington’s 10-under course record, shot at last year’s tournament.
 
Ranked as one of the top 10 courses on the PGA TOUR by the professional themselves, players consistently raved about the quality and conditioning of the Copperhead Course and its challenging nature. But, Streelman persevered and did not bogey any of his last 37 holes to win his first PGA TOUR event after 153 attempts.
 
The Grand Golf Resorts of Florida collection is the most powerful new collection of golf resorts in the Sunshine State. It includes Innisbrook Resort in Tampa Bay, Reunion Resort in Orlando and Hammock Beach Resort in Palm Coast, and was created and is managed by Salamander Hotels & Resorts. Its nine golf courses were designed by Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, Arnold Palmer and Larry Packard, while six of the layouts have hosted professional tournaments, including those on the PGA TOUR, LPGA Tour, Champions Tour and Legends Tour.
 
The Preferred Golf Package includes:
  • Spacious deluxe accommodations
  • One round of golf per night of stay from check-in until check-out PLUS an extra bonus round, based on availability
  • Full breakfast daily
  • $20 Retail credit to be used in any pro shop
  • Advanced starting times at time of reservation
  • Unlimited use of practice facilities
  • Daily one-hour golf clinic
  • Club storage and locker room service
  • Welcome gift
  • Unlimited fitness center access
 
Reservations must be made via phone by calling 855-808-9203 for Innisbrook, or 855-803-4603 for Reunion or Hammock Beach. Bookings must be made by April 15, 2013, and the discount is valid for stays until August 31, 2013. This offer is not applicable to groups or previously booked reservations. For additional information, visit www.grandgolfresorts.com and choose Innisbrook, Reunion or Hammock Beach resorts.
 
About Grand Golf Resorts of Florida
Three of Florida’s grandest golf resorts have united under the management of Salamander Hotels & Resorts. Grand Golf Resorts of Florida features Innisbrook Resort near Tampa, Reunion Resort in Orlando, and Hammock Beach Resort in Palm Coast. The collection includes 1,200 luxurious villa-style accommodations, and 162 holes of golf designed by Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson and Larry Packard that form the Legends of Golf Trail, which traverses 200 miles between the resorts and across the Sunshine State. For more information, visit www.grandgolfresorts.com or call (888) 770-6501.
 
About Salamander Hotels & Resorts
Salamander Hotels & Resorts is a privately owned and operated company based in Middleburg, VA, just outside Washington, D.C. Founded by entrepreneur Sheila C. Johnson in 2005, the company has a portfolio that features the Grand Golf Resorts of Florida, a collection of three stellar golf resorts including the recently renovated Innisbrook Resort near Tampa, Reunion Resort in Orlando and the oceanfront Hammock Beach Resort in Palm Coast; and the eagerly anticipated  Salamander Resort & Spa in Middleburg, a 340-acre equestrian-inspired, luxury resort opening in 2013 and located near Washington, D.C. For additional information, call (540) 687-3710 or visit www.salamanderhotels.com.

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Sheila Johnson & Kevin Streelman

Sheila Johnson & Kevin Streelman