About Our Course
One of the thrills of being an avid golfer is playing a course for the first time. Lexington Oaks Golf Club, an 18-hole championship layout, located in Wesley Chapel, provides plenty of thrills. In fact, once you’ve experienced Lexington Oaks, you’ll want to come back to play this exceptional layout again and again. Lexington Oaks Golf Club has several exciting features, including a multitude of lakes and wetlands that add challenge and character to the playability of the course. The golf course provides a unique blend of holes due to varying landscape. Located on State Road 54, one mile west of I-75, Lexington Oaks Golf Club is just a 20-minute drive from downtown Tampa.
Opened in January 2000, this 6,748-yard course was designed by Gordon Lewis, a Naples-based architect, known for producing outstanding designs for both public and private courses throughout the world. Four sets of tees make the course challenging for all skill levels.
Aside from its convenient location and easy access via interstate highways there is little doubt that 40,000 golfers each year and growing are primarily attracted by Lexington Oaks championship golf and affordable rates. We invite you to consider Lexington Oaks for your next round of golf.
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