top of page


November 7-10, 2022


Situated amid 16,000 acres of stunning scenery and hushed seclusion in Central Florida, Streamsong is a one-of-a-kind golf destination created in complete harmony with its natural surroundings. The uniqueness is immediately unveiled from the very moment you arrive and the memories you make here will surely last a lifetime. A quiet place far from the concrete, crowds, and chaos. Here you will experience the only place in the world with Coore/Crenshaw, Doak, and Hanse/Wagner designed courses in the same location and all in the Top 50 in the U.S. along with a modern lakeside lodge offering spacious, luxurious accommodations, outstanding dining, a relaxing spa, and an array of exhilarating outdoor adventures unmatched in Florida.  It’s just you, your friends, and the game you love.


Monday, November 7th

DL 2783 Depart SLC 10:00 AM - Arrive MCO 04:17 PM


Thursday, November 10th

DL 304 Depart MCO 6:00 PM - Arrive SLC 09:02 PM


Monday, November 7th
4:15 PM: Arrive in Orlando 
4:45 PM: Transfer to Streamsong 
6:45 PM: Arrive at Streamsong Resort
7:30 PM: Welcome Dinner and Intros

Tuesday, November 8th
6-8 AM: Breakfast at Fin & Feather
7:33 AM: Starting Tee Times at Streamsong Black
1:00 PM: Lunch at Bone Valley Tavern
2:30 PM: 12 hole loop Re-Round on Streamsong Black
7:30 PM: Dinner at Bone Valley Tavern

Wednesday, November 9th
6-8 AM: Breakfast at Fin & Feather
7:30 AM: Starting Tee Times at Streamsong Red
12:00 PM: Lunch at Restaurant 59
3:30  PM: Sporting Clays
7:30 PM: Dinner at Sotto Terra

Thursday, November 10th
6-8 AM: Breakfast at Fin & Feather
7:35 AM: Starting Tee Times at Streamsong Blue
1:00 PM: Lunch at Restaurant 59
2:30 PM: Depart for Airport


The weather while we are in Streamsong will be beautiful. The daytime high is 80°F and nighttime low is 55°F. Please bring your golf attire for three rounds of golf & your clubs. We will also be doing clay pigeon shooting, so pack something that you will feel comfortable in for shooting in the afternoon. Mealtimes will be casual/golf wear for the most part. Two of the evenings we will eat at Sotto Terra where the dress code is resort wear - golf attire is fine. However, the following clothing items are not allowed at Sotto Terra: t-shirts, shorts, jeans & flip flops.


Charlie Alexander - Alexander's Print Advantage

Nick Alexander - Alexander's Print Advantage

Steve Anderson - Elevate Promo

Rob Anderson - Superior Water & Air

Chris Arambula - C-Level Strategy

Shawn Barber - Qkly

Chris Bean - Private Advisory Group

Paul Belcher - Mountain Crane Service

Parker Bennett - Solida Ground General Contractor

Brett Belliston - Andina Family Offices

Alan Bott - ALCO Construction

Chris Cahoon - Mecca

Josh Chafin - Mountain Crane Service

Isaac Childs - Rustico

Scott Cook - Caselle

Randy Christensen - Now CFO

Rick Fielding - GBS Benefits

Brandon Hatch - Big Rock Industries

Josh Martin - Mountain Crane Service

Jesse Mecham - You Need a Budget

Blake Murdock - Murdock Auto Team

Mark Nelson - Tyfoom

Drew Peterson - FirstDigital

Jeff Rust - Truss 

Todd Smith - Moreton & Company

Russ Westergard - B10 Capital

Logan Wilkes - Truss

Drew Yergensen - Key Bank




Streamsong Lodge


A stay at Streamsong Golf Resort & Spa brings you the relaxation and tranquility of a quiet tropical oasis, as well as the opportunity to explore the excitement of the Streamsong Blue, Red, and Black courses. From its delightful restaurants to its range of area golf courses, Streamsong Golf Resort & Spa is the destination of choice for visitors looking to escape the fast-paced, busy life of living in a city. Streamsong Golf Resort & Spa offers picturesque views and unforgettable moments with a tranquil, lush backdrop and a sense of relaxing seclusion.


Modern, stylish, and meticulous in detail, the Streamsong Lodge and Streamsong Red and Blue Clubhouse are architectural masterpieces featuring 228 spacious guestrooms and suites, all thoughtfully appointed with rich linens, plush furnishings, and modern amenities to help ensure no element of your stay is overlooked.


The landscape is different than anything we’ve ever worked with. Some of the most unusual, interesting and dramatic land forms we have ever encountered, from its towering dunes, sandy fields, and pristine lakes. 
— Bill Coore

bottom of page