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Golf Courses

Top Golf Courses in Orlando

Orlando has two standout aspects that provide for a great golf experience: great weather and even better golf. Orlando golf courses provides great ocean views with warm temperatures year-round to create the best golfing environment possible. Many course designers have chosen to work in the Orlando area and create some truly wonderful golf courses in Orlando. Listed are the best golf courses in Orlando you should check out on your next vacation.

Bay Hill Club and Lodge

The Bay Hill Club and Lodge was rated the third best public course in all of Florida by Golf Magazine. This Orlando golf course was the winter home of Arnold Palmer and has Challenger/Champion nines that make up the layout. Hosting the PGA tour since 1979, the golf course in Orlando is full of long, flat, no-nonsense, boldly bunkered holes that play over and around seven massive lakes. There is no drop dead scenery here, just one challenging and open field hole after hole that make you shoot fundamental shots extremely well.

Reunion Resort

Reunion Resort has three layouts that are designed by golf legend royalty: the first is the Tom Watson Independence, eighth best public course in Florida by Golf Magazine; the second, the Arnold Palmer designed Legacy; and finally, the Jack Nicklaus designed Tradition. Each Orlando golf course features its own challenges and provides golfers an exciting way to improve their game.

Waldorf Astoria Club

This golf course in Orlando is not owned by the Disney Resort, but it is surrounded on three sides by the resort. The Orlando golf course was designed by Rees Jones and has water in play on more than half of the holes. The Waldorf Astoria Orlando and the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek are on the property and provide for some great views. This is a challenging, but fun course to play.

Grand Cypress Resort

This new Orlando golf course is a must play. The course was designed as a homage to the Old Course at St. Andrews and designed by Jack Nicklaus. The golf course in Orlando features no trees, minimal water and semi blind shots that house more than 140 bunkers across the course. This golf course will make you shoot fundamentally well and reward you if you can stay out of the sand.

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