you're looking for sun and sand, you'll find plenty of
both on the 28 miles of slim barrier islands that skirt
the Gulf shore of the Pinellas Peninsula. One million
visitors coming here every year. But you'll also
discover some of the nation's finest beaches, some of
which are protected from development by parks and nature
preserves. Clearwater Beach has silky sands that attract
active families and couples.
Sand Key Park, looking at Clearwater Beach from the
southern shores of Little Pass, which separates
Clearwater Beach from Belleair Beach, is one of
Florida's finest local beach parks.
Golf Club Clearwater
Belleview Biltmore Golf Club
Belleview Biltmore Golf Club is part of Belleview
Biltmore Resort & Spa, known as the Queen of American
Resorts. Together, visiting these two facilities is like
taking a trip back in time.
Belleview Biltmore Resort & Spa has been serving
vacationing Americans since 1897. Meanwhile, the Golf
Club at Belleview Biltmore has been a local favorite of
Tampa residents beginning in 1927.
Victorian accommodations, 19th century charm and award
winning cuisine has placed Belleview Biltmore Resort &
Spa on the National Registry of Historic Places.
Southern hospitality, nearby Clearwater Beach and world
class amenities have kept bringing guests back for over
While the Golf Club at Belleview Biltmore is not as old,
this layout and clubhouse is filled with its own
history. As the resort grew, plans were made to create
an 18 hole championship golf course in nearby Bellaire,
Florida, a few minutes from the Belleview Biltmore
These plans resulted in an original Donald Ross design
which broke ground in 1925. Two years later, on January
1st, 1927, this course was revealed to the world.
At 6,695 yards from the championship tees, this par 72
remains a challenging layout for any caliber of player.
Located within a half mile of the Gulf of Mexico, the
wind howls at Belleview Biltmore like an ocean course.
While the winds may discourage some from playing,
Belleview Biltmore is conveniently located closer to the
Gulf Coast than any 18 hole upscale facility in the
Tampa Bay region.
Today, the Golf Club at Belleview Biltmore has continued
to be recognized nationally. Teaching professionals Jim
Linkin and Patrick Livingston oversee the National Golf
School at Belleview Biltmore, an American Express Top 25
1501 Indian Rocks Road
Clearwater, Florida 33756