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A championship golf course should capture the beauty of nature, not alter it. Dozens of majestic palms, live oaks and native grasses line our lush fairways.

The genius behind our masterpiece is Arthur Hills, one of the game's premier architects. His talent has never been more evident than the three nines that he has created at the Addison Reserve. Their layouts are even more incredible because there is nothing gimmicky or contrived about them. This is championship golf as it was meant to be played.

Everywhere you look, there are gentle slopes, subtle contours, sparkling lakes and lush, native vegetation. The layout is traditional, yet pure Florida - pleasant to play and pleasing to the eye. All 27 holes look and feel like they have been here for years. A course that handsomely rewards those who rise to the challenge.

Florida, by it's very nature, is beautiful. It's an Eden of towering palms, stately oaks, flowering foliage and exotic subtropical grasses. It's the ideal setting for a golf course, especially one like the Addison Reserve's which captures the very essence of Florida's natural beauty.