Pristine Greens and Formidable Fairways

Sanlan Golf Course has received Recognition in Environmental Planning by Audubon International and is in the process of certification to become an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Golf Course.

For a truly unique golfing experience, visit Sanlan Golf Course and enjoy 9, 18, or 27 holes of golf in a pristine setting surrounded by ridges, moss draped oak trees, and lakes. With natural borders including the Sanlan Bird & Wildlife Sanctuary to the east and Banana Lake to the south, our three nine-hole courses are protected from outside development of houses, condominiums and buildings typically found crowding the boundary lines of other Florida golf courses. This protection invites the wildlife that calls Sanlan home to live more freely, so while you’re challenging yourself on our finely manicured courses, you’re likely to take in the sites of a variety of species in their natural habitat as well.

Along with a driving range and practice putting green on site, each of our three courses offer a variety of challenges to test your skill including:

  • Narrow and wide fairways
  • Doglegs
  • Water hazards
  • Sand traps
  • Elevation changes
  • Wetlands
  • Wooded boundaries

Leave the crowded and overdeveloped courses behind and enjoy a tranquil setting for your next golf outing. For more information visit the Sanlan Golf Course website at