Perhaps best known for its membership that includes numerous professional golfers, Isleworth is an exclusive private club in the Orlando area. Tiger Woods lived adjacent to the driving range and spent much of his practice time at Isleworth in the mid-2000s. The course was originally designed by Arnold Palmer in the mid-1980s, but Steve Smyers led a significant redesign in 2004 that lengthened the course and made it more challenging. The course traverses rolling terrain and has a challenging set of green complexes with plenty of movement. Trees line most holes, most notably at the long par-3 second, where overhanging limbs on both sides creates a claustrophobic corridor playing to a long narrow green. The 2014 Hero World Challenge was played at Isleworth, where Jordan Spieth lapped the field just months before his historic 2015 campaign.
Best in State: Ranked 13th, 2013-'14. Ranked 14th, 2011-'12, 2015-'16. Ranked 20th, 2017-'18. Ranked 21st, 2021-'24. Ranked 22nd, 2019-'20. Ranked inside the top 25, 2009.
Current ranking: 21st.