Are you looking to play golf in orlando? Our guide to Orlando golf courses provides detailed course information, golf course reviews and a place to book Orlando tee times. Golf in Orlando offers golf courses designed by numerous world-class architects including: Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones, Sr., Robert Trent Jones, Jr, Rees Jones, Tom Watson, Pete Dye, Greg Norman, Ben Crenshaw, and Steve Smyers to name a few.
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Opened in December 2003, Shingle Creek Golf Club is an Orlando Florida Golf Course where the past meets the present. Located just one mile from the Orange County Convention Center, Shingle Creek Golf Club and Resort merges the modern resort experience with the natural feel of the historic "Shingle Creek". Shingle Creek winds throughout the golf course and flows 140 miles south into the headwaters of the Florida everglades. The course conditions are impeccable with fabulous greens.
Designed by architect David Harman, Shingle Creek Golf Club in Orlando features undulating fairways, interconnecting waterways, tournament playing conditions daily, and large, rolling greens. A feeling of nature abounds as dense oaks and pines provide a backdrop along historic Shingle Creek; all in the heart of Orlando minutes from the Orange County Convention Center and Orlando International Airport.
The International golf course at ChampionsGate Golf Club offers a golf experience unlike any other in the Orlando area. The golf course follows a classical pattern of an outward nine and an inward nine returning to the clubhouse. With the exception of native Florida water hazards, Champions Gate Golf International course, has the look and feel of a links-style layout in the British Isles.
Featuring grassy dunes bordering the firm, fast fairway surfaces, the International course challenges golfers of all skill levels to navigate thru the numerous pot bunkers scattered randomly to create an authentic Scottish golf experience. The International course's common area rough has been allowed to grow natural and long. However, there’s also plenty of room to drive the ball with wide, reachable fairways.
The Links and The Pines. The Arnold Palmer designed Legends Course at Orange Lake Resort features two distinctly different nines. Orange Lake Resort Orlando features 36 holes of championship golf, including the Legends Golf Course. Reminiscent of old Scottish-style courses, "The Links" wide-open nine will bring windy conditions into play that can make club selection challenging. Strategically contoured greens require well-placed approach shots and precision putting. The longest of Orange Lake's challenging golf holes at 610 yards, The Links hole #4 is a good warm-up before venturing into "The Pines".
Orlando County National in Orlando has played host to the 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2010 PGA TOUR Qualifying School Finals and was awarded 4.5 stars by Golf Digest's "Places to Play." The Panther Lake Golf Course is a 7350-yard masterpiece incorporating rolling hills and dramatic elevation changes as it winds through natural oak hammocks, pine trees and freshwater lakes.
A complete greens renovation was completed during the summer of 2011 on the Panther Lake Course at Orange County National. To mirror bent grass greens from the northern states, Orange County National installed Champion Dwarf Bermudagrass. Champion Bermuda provides an exceptional ball roll for optimal putting conditions.
Designed by the father & son team of Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and Jr., Celebration Golf Club in Kissimmee, Florida is an upscale Orlando golf course that exudes an atmosphere of beautiful tranquility and fun, challenging golf. Meticulously maintained with tournament quality playing conditions daily, Celebration Golf Club was honored as one the top 10 Orlando golf courses in 2013.
Opened in 1996, the course is protectively framed by borders of native trees and natural wetlands and speckled with clusters of native oaks, pine and magnolia trees - a pristine, scenic wonder. With impeccable playing conditions, exceptional guest service and a natural setting, Celebration is widely recognized as one of the top Orlando golf courses annually.
This challenging, meticulously-maintained 7198-yard Eagle Creek Golf Club is the only par 73 in Central Florida and the state's first to sport Mini-Verde greens for fast, smooth putting surfaces. The greens roll fast and true and are widely considered some of the best greens in Orlando.
Awarded 4.5 stars by Golf Digest's "Best Places To Play", Eagle Creek Golf Club in Orlando features more than 90 white sand, Scottish-style bunkers strategically placed within the splendid layout. The fairways are wide to offer forgiveness for the errant shot, but the frequent windy conditions of Orlando make hitting the fairways a challenge.
The Crooked Cat course at Orange County National Golf Club is a tremendous complement to its more highly acclaimed sister course, Panther Lake. Both courses are considered among the top public golf courses in Orlando. Similar to Panther Lake, Crooked Cat features significant elevation changes, rolling fairways and large, contoured greens. With fewer trees, wider landing areas and native heather and mounding framing the fairways, Crooked Cat presents golfers more of a links-style look. It provides a natural feel for an Orlando Florida golf course.
Both courses played host to the 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2010 PGA TOUR Qualifying School Finals and have been awarded 4.5 stars by Golf Digest's "Places to Play" every year since 1999. With no course in the state earning five stars, Panther Lake and Crooked Cat top the rankings of courses in the entire state of Florida.
The National Course at Champions Gate Golf Club is a classic layout of America's finest destinations. A pleasure to play, the Champions Gate National Course is a cut above the rest with its majestic greens and long ranges. Champions Gate Golf is home to both the National and International Courses. Greg Norman designed the 36 holes of golf at Champions Gate Golf Club in Orlando to offer golfers a blend of tradition and modern elements and to create a unique golf experience.
The classic American parkland course design has 18 contiguous holes that meander through 200 acres of secluded woodlands, wetlands, and former orange groves. With lush fairways and greens, and the stunning natural beauty, playing the National Golf Course is truly an Orlando golf adventure.
Architect Mike Dasher transformed the former Resort Course, designed by Joe Lee in 1982, into this all-new, exciting golf experience. Orange Lake Resort Orlando features 36 holes of championship golf, including the Reserve Golf Course. The Reserve at Orange Lake Resort is now an 18-hole, par 71 course winding through a myriad of water, sand and rolling greens. It was named The Reserve at Orange Lake to highlight the harmony between the perfectly manicured greens of the course and the carefully preserved surrounding wetlands, home to a variety of native plants and wildlife.
Nestled along the Butler Chain of Lakes, Windermere Counrty Club features plush tree lined fairways, quick Tif-Eagle greens, scenic lake vistas, and tournament playing conditions year-round.
Windermere Country Club is a great test of golf for players of all handicaps, one of Central Florida's best layouts located just minutes from Orlando area attractions!
The North, South, and East Nines at Grand Cypress Golf Club offer a variety of mental and physical stimuli that test accuracy rather than strength and distance. Grand Cypress features 45 championship holes of Orlando golf. The original North-South combination, marked by sharply ledged fairways, tall shaggy mounds, and plateau greens perched above water or sand, is a demanding, target-style test. The sportier, more wooded East Nine is more generous, with less bunkering (particularly in front of the greens) allowing for more run-up shots.
Set in the midst of an open meadow, the New Course at Grand Cypress is Jack Nicklaus' tribute and homage to the famed Old Course at St. Andrews, Scotland. The New Course at Grand Cypress adds another dimension of play to the Orlando golf scene with steeper and more challenging bunkers and slopes. This Scottish links masterpiece is complete with double greens, stone bridges and walls, gorse mounds, burns, and pot bunkers as deep as 12 feet... all in the spirit of the true Scottish original.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars by Golf Digest's "Best Places to Play". Disney Golf features 81 holes of Orlando golf, including Disney's Lake Buena Vista Golf Course. Enjoy a meandering course that winds its way through pine forests, palmettos, wildlife and sparkling lakes. Experience the pleasures of a classic country-club course with a distinctive atmosphere. Tee off next to boats and canals and enjoy views of an enchanting lighthouse. Golfing here is, in the words of course architect Joe Lee, "exciting, challenging, yet fun to play."
Rated 4 out of 5 stars by Golf Digest's "Best Places to Play". Disney Golf features 81 holes of Orlando golf, including Disney's Osprey Ridge Golf Course. Explore dramatic fairways that cut through forests of scrub oak, pine, palmetto, cypress and bay trees. The serene splendor of an elegant wilderness envelops a superb Tom Fazio-designed Florida landscape. Osprey Ridge Golf Course has been recognized by Golf Digest as one of the best Florida golf courses.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars by Golf Digest's "Best Places to Play". Disney Golf features 81 holes of Orlando golf, including Disney's Magnolia Golf Course. Step onto the first tee and into the shoes of champions. Home to Saturday and Sunday play for Disney's PGA TOUR event for over 35 years, it's the longest of the WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort golf courses.
Power your way down the fairways at this home to the final rounds of the Children's Miracle Network Classic presented by Wal-Mart. These beautifully manicured links, designed by Joe Lee, are named for an abundance of fragrant Magnolias. The layout carves through more than 1,500 Magnolia trees.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars by Golf Digest's "Best Places to Play". Disney Golf features 81 holes of Orlando golf, including Disney's Palm Golf Course. Experience the natural beauty of the Florida woodlands that makes this majestic course one of America's premier resort destinations. Both a pleasure to play and one of Disney's toughest courses, this Joe Lee masterpiece features sparkling lakes and 94 sand bunkers, all in a gorgeous golf landscape populated with strategically placed palms. Played each year as part of the Children's Miracle Network Classic presented by Wal-Mart, Disney's Palm Golf Course offers plenty of challenges for the novice and seasoned pro alike.
Mystic Dunes Golf Club was designed by PGA Tour Professional and NBC golf analyst Gary Koch. Opened in 2001, Mystic Dunes is a par 71, 7012-yard course layout, unique to Orlando golf courses. Mystic Dunes Orlando golf course consists of two distinctly different layouts that take advantage of the unique topography, offering the golfer a fantastic and memorable experience. The "low country-style" eastern, front nine is reminiscent of classic Carolina-style courses, meandering through native wetlands and marsh areas, bordering oak and cypress forests.
Rated 3.5 stars by Golf Digest's "Places of Play", Highlands Reserve Golf Club is located atop one of the highest areas in Central Florida. This championship Mike Dasher design gives you pine tree-lined fairways providing a Carolina feel, open spacious fairways likened to the great Scottish courses, and a bit of old Florida with citrus trees lining the countryside.
Rated 4 stars by Golf Digest, this award winning Florida golf course has been ranked among the "Top 100 Courses in America" by Golfweek magazine. Southern Dunes Golf Club is a 7,227 yard championship Steve Smyers' designed golf course features rolling fairways that carve through large sandy scrub areas to create a "Dunes" atmosphere. The large greens are creatively surrounded by imaginative bunkering to hold the golfer accountable for accurate approach shots. Southern Dunes Golf Club was ranked as one of the Top 10 Orlando Golf Courses in 2013.
Unlike most Florida golf courses, Southern Dunes features elevation changes up to 100 feet. Five sets of tees welcome golfers of all skill levels to enjoy risk/reward opportunities through extensive mounding and 180 strategically placed bunkers.
Open since 1987, MetroWest Golf Club in Orlando features spring-fed lakes and mature native trees bordering expansive, rolling fairways. With large, undulating greens strategically surrounded by sculpted bunkers a fair yet demanding test of golf faces you with every shot.
Rated 4 stars by Golf Digest, MetroWest is the only Orlando golf course designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and is widely considered one of the top golf courses in Orlando, Florida. Measuring 7,051 yards from the championship tees, offers forgiveness off the tee, but challenges the golfer with accurate approach shots to narrow greens bordered by Trent Jones, Sr. signature bunkers. Unique to Orlando golf courses, MetroWest Golf Club challenges golfers with elevation changes up to 100 feet.
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