New Streamsong Resort in Florida Announces Travel Agent Commission Policy

streamsong resort lodgeThe new Streamsong Resort in Florida is now offering commission to travel agents. 

IATA-certified retail travel agents can receive 10 percent commission on BAR and package pricing. The commission policy follow's the recent public opening of the resort's luxury Lodge. 

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Streamsong Resort's lodge is a 216-room property that is the centerpiece of the 16,000 acre resort, which also offers two well-regarded golf courses: Streamsong Red, designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, and Streamsong Blue, designed by Renaissance Golf Design (Tom Doak). In their first year of operation, Streamsong Red and Blue topped GOLF magazine's list of the "Best New Courses You Can Play" and were recently ranked as the 12th and 14th best resort courses in the United States by Golfweek.com, among other accolades.

Other resort activities include excursions on the property's bass fishing lakes, bird-watching and wildlife viewing on the resort's nature trails, clay shooting, European spa treatments and a lakeside infinity pool. 

RELATED: New Streamsong Resort Targets a Different Florida Niche

For questions or booking, agents can contact:

Golf contact: Sally Livingston at [email protected]
Leisure contact: Martha English at [email protected]

Visit www.streamsongresort.com 

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