The Don Veller Seminole Golf Course and Club is located in Tallahassee, Florida and is the home of the Florida State Seminoles men’s golf and Florida State Seminoles women’s golf teams. It was constructed in 1962 by the architect Bill Amick. In 2015 James Hancock renovated the facility to a 7,147-yard (6,535 m) par 73 course.
The course averages 55,000 rounds per year. The Don Veller Seminole Golf Club on the Florida State University campus in Tallahassee and the Don Middleton Golf Complex is home to the school’s Professional Golf Management program and is a learning laboratory. The two-story brick building has two wings that houses offices, classrooms, clubhouse, pro shop and the new Renegade Grill.
In 2007 a new 21,000-square-foot (2,000 m2) chipping green was added in the southeast corner near the 29 driving range boxes. A 10-acre (40,000 m2) practice facility is used by the FSU golf team and students in the PGM program.
Enjoy 18 holes of championship golf set amongst native Florida landscaping and scenic views of Long Bayou … Seminole Lake Country Club will make you feel like you’re back in “old Florida”. Throughout your round you’ll be amazed at the unrivaled natural habitat and abundance of Florida wildlife that Seminole Lake has to offer, including our own family of American Bald Eagles.
But we’re not just another pretty face! Playing 6501 yards from the back tees, we offer five tee stations, ensuring an enjoyable experience for golfers of all abilities. Our greens are Sea Dwarf Paspalum, offering excellent playability with a smooth and true surface. Seminole Lake Country Club is a truly fine and challenging course that has played host to golfing legends such as Arnold Palmer. Come walk in the footsteps of a great legend and make a few legendary shots of your own!