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24 February 2012 13:21
A remote part of Florida is to become the setting for a luxury golf course
A luxurious golf course is to be unveiled in one of the most remote parts of Florida.
Boasting a rooftop bar, shops and restaurants, the Streamsong Resort will ooze elegance.
The resort will be established in Polk County, one of the most secluded areas of Central Florida. There golfers will be able to enjoy a 36-hole course, on par with some of the best in the country.
Armed with comprehensive
sports travel insurance , golf fanatics will be able to lose themselves in the game they love, amid stunning surroundings.
Mosaic, the brains behind the 216-room resort, said it is due to open in December.
Rich Mack of Mosaic said: "Serenity, tranquility, peacefulness. That's what Streamsong is going to be about."
Reflecting on the far-flung location, he said: "If you take a look at the world's best destination resorts, you're going to find that every one has a remoteness to it. And that's actually a great benefit to have."
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