The Venice Golf and Country Club
Venice, Florida Golf Community
Welcome to The Venice Golf and Country Club
Enter the gates of The Venice Golf and Country Club, and be surrounded by the natural beauty of mature trees, shimmering lakes, subtropical woodlands, nature preserves and abundant wildlife. Beautiful landscaping frames the 587 single family homes in this private community with 24/7 gate attendants.
Meet the heart of The Venice Golf and Country Club – its members. Because of its size, the Club has developed an intimate sense of community. Neighbors welcome newcomers, and every activity provides potential new friends.
Socially active, the members are engaged in activities inside and outside the gates. Golf games, tennis matches, fitness sessions, swimming and biking are all part of the Club lifestyle. The members participate in book clubs, art groups, bridge games, mahjongg, dancing, wine clubs, social networking and volunteerism.
Home ownership requires a membership; either Club or Golf, but non-resident Golf Memberships are also available, and afford all the privileges of resident golf members.
The Venice Golf and Country Club is one of the few clubs in the area where residents may own their own golf cart.
Facilities at The Venice Golf and Country Club are well-maintained and target its members’ needs and expectations. The Clubhouse hosts casual and formal dining, as well as offering meeting rooms and social events. Poolside dining is available on the sun terraces surrounding the heated, Junior Olympic sized pool and outdoor jacuzzi. A premier, 18-hole golf course, golf practice facility, Har-Tru tennis courts and a fitness center with personal training and fitness classes offer physical activities for every level.
Located in historic Venice, Florida, just west of I-75, The Venice Golf and Country Club is minutes from beautiful Gulf beaches and the picturesque Venice downtown shopping district, known for its interesting shops and dining.
The Club is a short drive from Sarasota, and convenient to Tampa to the north, and Ft. Myers and Naples to the south, but without the traffic found in those cities.