Bad at Golf Great At Real Estate
My Top 6 Golf Courses In Tampa Bay
That Anyone Can Play
A challenging track in Sun City Center / Ruskin characterized by some interesting (and rare) elevation changes and blind approaches. Almost always in very good shape.
A quiet, unassuming course with killer views and great groundskeeping. Currently my best value of the bunch, and perfect for a quiet walk if you can get out there during the week (don't ruin it for me please!)
Used to host a the JCPenny Classic on the PGA Tour from about 1977-1989. Has very few houses and interesting decisions to make off the teebox.
Currently hosts the Valspar Championship on their Copperhead course. It usually requires a resort stay, but it's completely worth it so you can see how you measure up to the pros.
Lakeland, Florida's best kept golf secret. A great course puctuated by elevation changes and risk / reward decisions that will make you a hero.... or looking for your ball retriever.
Brooksville. I'm stretching "Tampa Bay" a bit to include this one. Well worth the trip. 20 Acre circular driving range, 2 acre putting green, and Pine Barrens is out of this world.
I Am Kyle SAsser. I am bad at golf, great at real estate.
Honesty and Integrity is one of the key markers of an Real Estate Agent you can trust.
So how better to illustrate than saying even though I love playing golf, I’m pretty bad at it. If I had to make a living on the links, let’s just say I wouldn’t have to watch my weight.
But hey, I love golf, and I love the constant struggle to improve. And I’d like to share my knowledge of local courses (and the homes on or close to them) with you.