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Serenoa Golf Club

Serenoa Golf Club architect Mark Alden set out to design a course unlike typical Sarasota, Florida golf courses. He combined existing wetlands and natural lay-of-the-land to create a course that plays longer than the modest 6,270-yard layout on paper. Water comes into play on every hole to create a shot-maker's course and lots of variety.

For more information on Serenoa, please visit their website at or to book a tee time, contact the golf shop at 941-925-2755.

Serenoa Golf Club is located at 6773 Serenoa Drive, Sarasota, FL 34241.

Serenoa Golf Club Hole


On the Course

  • Water carts have been removed. We encourage guests to bring their own pre-filled water bottles
  • We ask you to leave the flagstick in throughout the round
  • Rakes have been removed

Golf Carts

  • We encourage all of our players to walk their round, if possible
  • Only one person will be allowed per cart
  • Golf carts are thoroughly wiped down after each round. This includes the steering wheel, seat, bag strap, and side handles with disinfecting wipes or spray
  • Cart staff are wearing protective gloves and changing them throughout the day


  • The restaurant will solely be operating on a TO GO basis
  • The takeout area is marked with six foot spacing
  • You can order food during our normal business hours by calling us at: (941) 907-7067


  • Customer touch points including bathroom areas, stair rails, doors and doorknobs, and countertops are regularly and diligently cleaned
  • We are ensuring hot water, soap, and disposable paper towels are available in all restrooms
  • All restrooms are kept clean and disinfected throughout the day

Golf Shop

  • The golf shop has been marked with six foot spacing
  • We are card only, no cash will be accepted at this time
  • Customer touch points at the counter are cleaned ever hour including credit card terminal and buttons
  • Computers, keyboards, and phones are wiped down on a regular basis
  • We have eliminated signing for credit card transactions, and therefore the use of shared pens
  • All doors are being wiped with disinfectant each hour


  • All staff is wearing a fabric face mask as part of their uniform. We understand this may look strange, maybe even a little scary. But this is just a precautionary measure so that we may best protect our employees and patrons
  • We have instructed all staff members who feel ill to stay home. We have a paid sick leave policy in place. 
  • We encourage staff to eat well, stay hydrated and well-rested, and quickly report if they are not feeling well
  • We are reading daily CDC and WHO best practices and communicating to all employees