Streamsong Resort

Streamsong Resort

Streamsong, Fla. • qualifying: Jun 03, 2019

The recently opened Black Course at Streamsong (Fla.) Resort is hosting U.S. Open sectional qualifying for the first time. (Streamsong Resort)

Opened in 2017 and designed by Gil Hanse, the Black Course is the third 18-hole venue at Streamsong (Fla.) Resort. The resort's Blue Course, designed by Tom Doak, hosted the 2nd U.S. Women's  Amateur Four-Ball Championship in 2016, won by Kaitlyn Papp and Hailee Cooper. The adjacent Red Course was designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. The Red and Blue courses opened in 2014.

This will be the first time Streamsong has hosted a U.S. Open sectional qualifier. It will be conducted by the Florida State Golf Association, one of 59 Allied Golf Associations supported by the USGA.

The Black Course sits on a separate part of the 16,000-acre property, which once was the home of the The Mosaic Company, which mined phosphorus. Eleven acres of the Black Course have been devoted to the putting surfaces and their tightly mown surrounds.