We are proud to announce that the golf course at Temple Terrace Golf & Country Club is officially listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service, Department of the Interior in Washington D.C. on October 13, 2012. Our golf course is the only 18 hole golf course in the state of Florida with this distinction!
Designed and built in 1921, by renowned golf architect Tom Bendelow, Temple Terrace Golf and Country Club opened in 1922. During the early part of the 1900s Mr. Bendelow built over four hundred courses including Palma Ceia C.C. in Tampa and Medinah C.C. in Chicago. The unique design featured no parallel fairways and roads on both sides of most holes to allow galleries to follow play in automobiles. The figure eight pattern, of the course, meandered through orange groves and housing lots in a new development being built in the Florida land boom.
Providing an exceptional golf and country club experience as well as an inviting social atmosphere while creating and preserving rich family traditions since 1922.