Putting for Pets Golf Tournament

Saturday, November 10th @ 8:30 am

Single Golfer $100 • Foursome $400

includes golf, goody bag, contests, lunch, drink tickets and more!

What are you waiting for – sign up today for this doggone good time!

Proceeds benefit the Humane Society of Manatee County

You are invited to the First Annual Manasota Podiatric Medical Association for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Golf Tournament.

Join the fight for Juvenile Diabetes!

Saturday, December 8th • 8:00 am shotgun start • four person scramble

$500 per foursome

includes lunch, silent auction, 50/50 raffle, door prizes, jello shots, hole in one and closest to the pin contests.

REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE ONLINE and Sponsorship Opportunities are Available.



Sunday, November 18th for an evening of Family Fun at Heritage Harbour

Something for everyone at our GLOW GOLF event!

Golf Tournament will be a Two person team with Modified Alternate Shot utilizing holes #1,2,8 and 9.  Maximum score is double bogey.


$5.00 of price will be donated to the Braden River High School Golf Team

Field Open to the First 16 teams that Register and Pay

🦇 It’s going to be a Wicked Good Time!  👻

Saturday, October 27, 2018 at 7:00 pm

Come for the BOOS • Stay for the BOOZE

Please join us for a spooky night of tricks n’ treats at the Eatery at Heritage Harbour.

Costumes Required • Adults Only

There will be plenty of Spooktacular Spirits and Ghoulish Treats for everyone to enjoy.

$20 ++ per person includes tasty appetizers and one cocktail

Make your reservation and pay online

Brooks Koepka is having the kind of year he only imagined in his dreams, and he’s not ready for it to end.

In June, he became the first player in 29 years to win back-to-back in the U.S. Open. In August, he played some his best golf amid ear-splitting cheers for Tiger Woods on the back nine at Bellerive to win the PGA Championship with a record score. In a span of 19 days in October, he was voted PGA Tour player of the year and won the CJ Cup in South Korea to reach No. 1 in the world.

The trick now is to stay there.

He makes his debut at No. 1 on Thursday in the HSBC Champions at Sheshan International against a top-heavy field that includes five of the six top players in the world and all the major champions from this year.

“Looking forward to teeing it as No. 1,” Koepka said. “I think that’s something every golfer kind of dreams of and every golfer wants to accomplish. I’m looking to build on that lead, grow it, and that way I can be No. 1 for a while. The goal isn’t just to get here. It’s to stay here.”

It doesn’t figure to be easy.

He replaced his good friend and neighbor, Dustin Johnson, atop the world ranking. Johnson has his own score to settle at this World Golf Championship after tying the wrong kind of record last year when he lost a six-shot lead in the final round. Justin Rose would up coming from eight shots behind to win.

Johnson and Rose each have a chance to return to No. 1 this week.

Also in the field is Rory McIlroy at No. 5 and Francesco Molinari at No. 6.

Molinari is the only player who can make a case for having the best year worldwide. Koepka has the edge with his two majors. Molinari counters with his first major at the British Open to go along with a victory at Wentworth in the European Tour flagship event, the Quicken Loans National on the PGA Tour, and if that wasn’t enough, the first European to go 5-0 in the Ryder Cup.

Koepka and Rose are in the same group in the opening two rounds, along with Tommy Fleetwood. Molinari is playing with Johnson and McIlroy in another feature group.

The only player missing from the top six is Justin Thomas, who played the last two weeks in Asia.

The HSBC Champions is a $10 million event that starts a big end to the European Tour season, where Molinari has a lead over Fleetwood in the Race to Dubai, with McIlroy trying desperately to make up ground.

It also can be a big start for the PGA Tour’s wraparound season, which began three weeks ago.

The HSBC Champions was the centerpiece of a remarkable turnaround last year for Rose, who had a stretch of 10 consecutive finishes in the top 10. That includes his unlikely victory at Sheshan International, along with victories in the Turkish Airlines Open and the Indonesia Masters.

It eventually led Rose to reaching No. 1 in the world after a runner-up finish at the BMW Championship outside Philadelphia, though the ranking lasted only two weeks before Johnson took it back.

Now it’s Koepka’s turn.

This is the first time since 1997 that four players have spent time at No. 1 in the world, and the first time since the world ranking began in 1986 that the top four in the world have all been No. 1 in the same year.


“I’ve only been world No. 1 for three days,” Koepka said Wednesday. “I haven’t found too many challenges in those days.”

Johnson won the HSBC Champions in 2013, and it looked as though he would add another World Golf Championships title a year ago when he had a six-shot lead. Most remarkable about that collapse was that Johnson still had a three-shot lead going to the back nine, didn’t miss a fairway and still lost.

But he got over it quickly, winning his next PGA Tour start at Kapalua by eight shots.

Then again, no one is more equipped at handling mishaps than Johnson, who has a history of having bad things happen at big events.

“A lot of practice,” he said with a smile. “Whether I’m playing at home or out here, you’re going to make mistakes. It just happens. I think it just all depends on how you handle them and if you let it bother you.”

Johnson is playing his only event in the fall. For Koepka, it’s his final event of a year that he hopes has one more trophy.


BUY ONE ROUND for a Special Price of $29.95 + tx includes • lunch n’ one draft beer and receive a special COME BACK OFFER for your next round.

That’s two rounds of golf at Heritage Harbour for less than $50 – just for you!

Receive your Mulligan Voucher upon check-in

Voucher valid for play 10/18/18 thru 11/30/18 for tee times after 12 pm.





🎃 It’s time to get a little Spooky! 🎃

Saturday, October 27, 2018 at 7:00 pm

Come for the BOOS • Stay for the BOOZE

Please join us for a spooky night of tricks n’ treats at the Eatery at Heritage Harbour.

Costumes Required • Adults Only

There will be plenty of Spooktacular Spirits and Ghoulish Treats for everyone to enjoy.

$20 ++ per person includes tasty appetizers and one cocktail

Make your reservation and pay online

🍻 Celebrate! 🍻

American Beer day at Heritage Harbour on Saturday, October 27th


SPECIAL PRICE $29.95 per person

Golf • Lunch • One Draft Beer included with your round


Four for $10

Reserve your tee time today!


The Eatery at Heritage Harbour will be closing at 3:00 pm  on the following days…

Wednesday, October 17th • Private Event

Thursday, October 18th • Ticketed Event

In addition, the restaurant will be closed All Day on the following days…

Friday, October 19th • Ticketed Event

Saturday, October 20th • Private Event

Thank you and we look forward to serving you soon!


Tommy Fleetwood is one of the best iron players in golf, and earlier this week he shared a drill that could improve your ball-striking, too.

Fleetwood’s road to the top of the sport wasn’t smooth sailing. After turning professional in 2010 the 27 year-old steadily improved and finally cracked the top 50 in the Official World Golf Rankings in 2015. A year later, his game imploded, and his OWGR cratered to outside the top 180.

So, Fleetwood made some changes.

He reunited with his former swing coach and employed his best friend as his caddie, and slowly clawed his way back. Today, he ranks 11th in the Official World Golf Ranking, was among the heroes of the victorious 2018 European Ryder Cup team, and is cementing himself as one of the game’s best players.

Fleetwood’s comeback was built largely on the back of his ball-striking — he ranked 14th and 17th in Strokes Gained: Off The Tee and SG: Tee-to-Green on the PGA Tour last season. Speaking to Sky Sports during the British Masters this week, it was the “windmill” drills that eventually proved the difference.

You can hear him talking about it below…

The best thing about this drill is that it’s really simple. As Fleetwood demonstrates, you simply take your golf posture with your arms straight. Then, hit shots focusing on keeping your arms straight.

Tommy Fleetwood demonstrating the windmill drill

You only need to hit half-shots — no swings big enough that it will force your wrists to break. The goal of the drill is to stop your hands from working independently of your body rotation. Everything’s synched up, working together, and the face remains square as a result. It’s something Fleetwood does extremely well in his swing, and it’s an easy way to improve your game, too.