Waterlefe Golf and River Club

  • 995 Fish Hook Cove
    Bradenton, FL 34212

Waterlefe Golf and River Club in Bradenton is unique in its setting and amenities. In addition to weaving its golf links perfectly into a residential community, the Waterlefe community was developed in perfect harmony with the pristine Manatee River adjacent to it. The residential gated community at Waterlefe consists of 621 residences of varying styles and designs, such as condos, townhouses, and estate homes. Condominiums are 1666 square feet in living area while estate homes are about 5000 square feet. Water-based leisure activities are enhanced by the fourteen congregate docks and fifty-nine marina slips in the community’s riverfront. Residents in the neighborhoods enjoy refreshing views of wetland preserves and leisurely strolls on quaint wooden bridges. 

Its outstanding amenities and nature preserve views can be best enjoyed in two separate facilities: the Waterlefe Golf Clubhouse and the Waterlefe River Club. For socials and dining, the place to be is the River Club situated in a rise overlooking the Manatee River. This clubhouse boasts an elegant main dining room with superb appointments complemented by a delightful menu of delectable dishes prepared by culinary experts. A private dining area and The Pointe, an area reserved for family occasions, are likewise accessible. In addition, the River Club has a crystal-clear saline swimming pool, measuring more than 2,400 square feet. It also houses a fitness center fully-equipped with 20 pieces of modern exercise equipment. Fitness programs, such as personalized training, yoga, mat Pilates, and water aerobics are offered to members and guests. Casual dining is offered at the Grille Room of the Waterlefe golf clubhouse near the course’s first tee and the practice range. 

A semi-private club, Waterlefe membership packages are reasonably priced, and membership fees are at par with the other clubs in the area. The club doesn’t charge an initiation fee as part of a recent marketing promotion campaign. Club membership isn’t required for property owners to access golf playing privileges.