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Orlando is extremely popular with golfers due to the favourable climate and excellent courses. Everyone is catered for from the complete novice to those competing on the PGA tour! As there are so many golfers that book with us we thought it might me useful to give you some information on some of the courses that you can play. If you would like more information about a Florida golf holiday please call us on 0800 389 0582 or send and email to [email protected]
Q. Highland Reserve - Davenport, Florida | 18 holes | Par: 72 | 6647 yards
Highland Reserve is located at one of the highest points in Florida and features an open layout with large fairways that may remind you of some of the well known courses in Scotland. There are lots of bunkers but luckily no water hazards to avoid but you will need to be careful on the fast greens! Your round at Highlands Reserve is complimented with some great views as the elevations change.
Q. Mystic Dunes Gold Club - Celebration, Florida | 18 holes | Par: 71 | 7012 yards
Champions Tour professional and golf analyst Gary Koch designed the course at Mystic Dunes and it opened in 2001. You will experience to different types of golf course in one round with the front nine being a Carolina Style low country affair whilst the back nine has all the hall marks of a classic British links course.
Q. Southern Dunes Golf & Country Club - Haines City, Florida | 18 holes | Par: 72 | 7227 yards
The course at Southern Dunes Golf & Country Club has received acclaim from several golf publications and rightly so. This is a challenging course with dramatic elevation changes and great views. Tall grasses and water hazards are just some of the challenges facing even the best players. There are five different tee options here which make it suitable for players of all abilities.
Q. Champions Gate International - Orlando, Florida | 18 holes | Links | Par: 72 | 7363 yards
There are two 18-hole courses at Champions Gate, the National & the International. The International course boasts a fantastic GPS virtual caddie and PGA style scoring and has a links style layout. This course if different to all the others in the Orlando area in that it done in a European style. The two courses at Champions Gate are close to the other major tourist attractions and is open all year.
Q. Champions Gate National - Orlando, Florida | 18 holes | Traditional/Parkland | Par: 72 | 7128 yards
This is the 2nd of the two courses at Champions Gate and is done in a typical American style with great greens and long fairways. Located just 10 minutes from Disney and 15 minutes from Universal this is a great choice for those who are in Orlando to visit all the other attractions on offer. As with the International courses you still have the option of the GPS virtual caddie.
Q. Disney’s Lake Buena Vista Golf Course - Lake Buena Vista, Florida | 18 holes | Par: 72 | 6745 yards
Disney's Lake Buena Vista Golf Course at Walt Disney World ® has a country club feel and course architect Joe Lee describes it as "exciting, challenging, yet fun to play." The greens are set on small elevations and are well protected by bunkers. The fairways are wide and open and surrounded by dense pine forests and lakes.
Q. Celebration Golf Club - Celebration, Florida | 18 holes | Par: 72 | 6786 yards
Celebration Golf Club is a challenging course featuring narrow & tight fairways and the greens are all different in size. All but one of the holes boasts a water hazard so you’ll need to be careful with your club selection! The practice range is also great where the greens on the driving range are islands, good job with the hazards on the course!
Q. Falcons Fire Golf Club - Kissimmee, Florida | 18 holes | Par: 72 | 7000 yards
This fantastic course is located just three miles east of the main gate of Walt Disney World, Falcon's Fire Golf Club offers its visitors a challenging, yet playable layout with four sets of tees. Stretching nearly 7,000 yards from the tips, the par-72 course has received multiple awards, including a Four Star rating from Golf Digest, as well as the distinction as one of the top rated public facilities in Florida. It is a challenging course with greens that hold the ball, and gentle rolling terrain. This is a Rees Jones designed championship golf course that opened in 1993 and boasts a spacious clubhouse where post round drinks and food is served to players or spectators alike.