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.
Orange County National Golf Course topped the list of Best Orlando Golf Courses in 2013. With Golf Orlando Florida, it is quick and convenient to book tee times at Orange County National Crooked Cat.
With wide fairways and native heather grass in the rough, this 7493-yard championship layout offers tournament playing conditions daily and features a distinct Scottish "links" flavor.
With no housing developments bordering Orange County National, golfers will experience a serene golf experience surrounded by Florida's nature and wildlife. For golfers that want to play 36 holes, the Orange County National Panther Lake Golf Course offers another fun golfing experience. OCN (as the locals call it) provides an exceptional Orlando golf experience that is a must play for all Orlando golfers.