Winter Haven's Willowbrook Golf Course is a premier municipal facility that offers a challenging, yet forgiving layout that is a pleasure for golfers of all ability levels to play. Amenities are available to enhance your day, from The Grille to the driving range, practice putting green and chipping & bunker areas.
This course has a variety of fairways ranging from open to narrow, and the greens are medium-sized. There are water hazards that come into play several times. Rates fluctuate between seasons for non-members and non-residents of Florida.
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 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.
Reminiscent of old Scottish-style courses, this 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 Resort's challenging golf holes at 610 yards, The Links hole #4 is a good warm-up before venturing into The Pines.
This course has plenty of trees lining the fairways. Some holes are tight and some are open. Nine holes are fairly flat and the other nine is rolling. The greens are small and rolling with some tiered. There are fourteen ponds that come into play on seven holes.
If you are vacationing in Orlando and want to play golf, you cannot pass up the opportunity to play one of the best golf courses in Orlando, FL. This dramatic hillside layout stretches over 7,200 yards and features 100 feet of elevation changes which offers spectacular views of the expansive fairways that are flanked by over 180 bunkers. The topographical features include high grasses and ornamentals that form the borders for holes that tumble with the terrain.
This is a genuine playing experience...and we're rated the #1 links course in the Orlando area by BUICK STYLE & REVIEW Magazine...where every hole transports you to the historic links courses of the British Isles.
The Ridgewood Lakes course opened in 1994 with both nines featuring strategically placed hazards and fairways framed by sparkling white sand bunkers. Par-4 and par-5 holes have generous tee shot landing areas, all of which are plainly visible form the tee. Ridgewood is not one of those courses with "gimmicks" or hidden trouble; just a great layout made for an enjoyable golfing experience.
This visually striking course offers abundant water, generous landing areas, and a contemporary design that is fair and challenging. Remington Golf club is a prime example of the artistry of course designers, Clifton, Ezell & Clifton Golf Design Group nominated as Best New Course by Golf Digest magazine in 1996.
The 18-hole championship course, designed by renowned architect Mike Dasher, will test your game and soothe your senses as it winds its way through land featuring fresh water creeks, ancient hardwoods and wetlands. It is not unusual to get a glimpse of otters, deer or a wild turkey during your round.
Polo Park Golf Course is a 9-hole executive golf course in Davenport. The golf course was designed by Joe Ortega and opened in 1985. The Polo Park Golf Course fairways are open, and the greens are medium in size and speed.
Polo Park East Golf Course is a well manicured 9 hole executive golf course. It measures 1235 yards from the women's or red tees. It is 1521 yards from the white tees and 1850 from the blue tees. The par is 29. The course is open to the public and we do not take tee time reservations so a person can play nearly any time.
The golf course includes abundant water, which comes into play on 13 of the 18 holes. Fairways meander through a forest of Cypress trees, and there are a number of doglegs. Poinciana Golf & Racquet Resort's signature hole is No. 7, a 374-yard par 4, requiring a tee shot over water, then an approach shot to a sloped green.
This course has fairways that are tight and bordered by houses. The greens are undulating and medium in size and speed. There are ponds and canals that come into play on eleven holes.
Old Town Shopping, Dining, & Entertainment Attraction! Big-time thrill rides, family rides and kiddie rides - FUN FOR EVERYONE - all within a family's budget at Old Town, 365-days of the year. The largest weekly car cruise in the United States, with over 300 classic cars, hot rods, street rods and antiques from 1974 (and older) began in 1990!
Designed by Ron Garl, The Oaks Course is bordered by hundred-year-old oak hammocks, lush colorful greenery and abundant streams and lakes. Meticulously created to blend in beautifully with the 4,300 acres of natural wetlands and mature hardwoods, this 18-hole, 7,000 yard masterpiece rewards you with exquisite views and an unmatched golfing experience.
Mystic Dunes. The name sounds peaceful enough with the veneer of a tranquil, safe harbor, but lying in wait, ready to pounce, there is that not so serene side to this 18 hole journey. A side that keeps you on the edge, at the verge of surrender, but not willing to forgo the emotional peaks and valleys of the challenge that lies ahead.
The scenic, rolling hills of the Lake Wales Ridge provide the setting for the beautiful links of the LekaricA. With elevation changes of more than 110' from top to bottom, there are interesting features to challenge any golfers' game.
Legends Walk takes golfers back to the early days of the game as they walk their way around the links. Winding throughout the North Village, this spectacular 1,581-yard walking course is no ordinary pitch and putt, with holes ranging in length from 85 to 222 yards. The course is as beautiful as it is challenging with rolling fairways, rustic water features and pristine tee boxes and greens.
This course is highlighted by the water hazards coming into play on four holes. Hole #8, a 266-yard, par 4, requires a tee shot to a dogleg right fairway with water along the left side of the landing area.
The 18-hole "East" course at the Lake Ashton Golf Club facility in Winter Haven, Florida features 6,306 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71 .
Moss-draped majestic oaks line the gently sloping fairways. These hardwood trees and surrounding 135 acres of land provide a virtual sanctuary for all types of wildlife - eagles, osprey, turtles, beaver and sand cranes. The course is speckled with crystal lakes that provide glistening challenges as water comes into play on all but three holes. Kissimmee Oaks provides a natural backdrop for players of all levels.
The Kissimmee Golf Club has been a golfing landmark since it opened its first nine holes in the 1940s. Since that time, the golf club has flourished, adding another nine holes in the early 1960s, and re-designing many of the tees and greens in 1998. As a result, Kissimmee Golf Club is one of the most favored 18-hole golf courses in Central Florida, bringing golfers from the area and abroad back time and time again for a remarkable golfing experience.
Nominated as one of America's "Best New Courses" by Golf Digest, Kissimmee Bay Country Club offers a first-class golf experience. This 6,846 yard par 71 championship course is lined with century old oaks and offers pristine playing conditions. This course is known as the locals favorite.
Grenelefe features two spectacular courses, along with practice facilities. Golf packages, group rates, and golf instruction are available. The South Course is the ideal Florida golf course, it also was a former host site of the final stage of the PGA qualifying school. Ron Garl and Andy Bean designed the South course to be challenging, but playable for golfers of all skill levels. The East course was intended by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay to be a shot makers dream. The East Course is made to be played with precision and not power.
Highlighted by fast, firm and wide rolling fairways, a variety of strategically placed bunkers and large greens, the 7,257 yard, par 72 Independence Course is as much about strategy as it is about length. Demanding a well thought out approach from every player regardless of skill level, this course puts a premium on a solid short game with spacious green complexes where club selection can vary from putter to lob wedge to three-wood.
This Parkland-style layout is smooth and flowing with long horizon lines and elevated tee boxes and greens. As deceptive as it is beautiful, the Tradition Course is designed to tempt golfers into hitting risky shots with potentially big payoffs. The course challenges the golfer to step up to the ball with a carefully organized series of shots in mind.
nnovatively routed on hilly, roller coaster-like terrain, Palmer's 6,916 yard, par 72 Legacy Course boasts dramatic elevation changes - up to 50 feet in some places - creating a unique variety of risk/reward shots. That varied menu of shot-making opportunities is further ensured by six tee locations on each hole, a variety of natural preserve areas, generously wide fairways and strategically placed bunkers across all 18 holes.
The 18-hole "Four Lakes" course at the Four Lakes Golf Club facility in Winter Haven, Florida features 6,021 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71 .
Falcon's Fire Golf Club is recognized both regionally and nationally as one of the finest public golf courses in Orlando. This Rees Jones designed championship golf course and the spacious Clubhouse offer guests a spectacular venue for any occasion. From an immaculate golf course featuring the highest level of service and amenities, to the exquisite dining at the Falcon's Nest Restaurant, to the latest technology, equipment, and apparel at the award-winning Golf Shop.
Designed by world-renowned golf course architect, Joe Lee, the Par 72 championship course was carved out of 240 acres of virgin Florida forest. Diamondback's rolling tree-lined fairways, undulating greens and preserved wetlands create the ultimate atmosphere for all golf enthusiasts.
This course's length provides the main challenge. The fairways are wide, but they are lined by houses. The terrain is mostly level, but there are some mounds that can cause uneven lies. The large greens are slightly undulating. There is at least one greenside sand bunker on each hole. Water hazards come into play on most of the fairways.
This challenging nine-hole, regulation course is the answer to every golfer's dream. Now you can play every day! A pro shop and putting green complete the picture.
Native plants and exotic species combine in a magnificent display creating a horticultural masterpiece across more than 30 acres. Standing sentinel in the historic gardens is the giant Banyan tree, which was planted in 1939 from a seedling during the Gardens' early years.
Semi-private Stonegate Golf Club with two championship 18-hole golf courses, The Oaks, designed by Ron Garl, and The Cypress, an original Joe Lee layout redesigned in 2006 by George Clifton. The golf club includes the Grille at Stonegate, a casual restaurant and watering hole; a well-stocked pro shop; and men's and women's locker facilities. Outside is a deck overlooking the course, an aquatic driving range, practice chipping and putting greens.
Come and play Crane's Bend, Orange Lake Resort's newest golf course. This 9-hole, Par 30 course features 1,901 yards that wind around the resort's picturesque fountain lake, while paying tribute to the beautiful wildlife found here at the resort. Each hole spotlights a different species of bird, and pristine landscaping with bridges, ponds and other water features inspire you as you play.
The National Course at ChampionsGate is a classic layout of America's finest destinations. A pleasure to play, the ChampionsGate National Course is a cut above the rest with its majestic greens and long ranges.
The International offers a golf experience unlike any other in the Orlando area, but one that will be familiar to those who have played the links courses of Scotland and Ireland.
We believe there is a difference between "playing" a golf course and "experiencing" the game of golf on a course that was inspired by its Old World legacy. Welcome to Celebration Golf Club! It's here that you'll do more than play a course-you'll feel what it's like to play the final course co-designed by the renowned masters of golf course architecture, Robert Trent Jones Senior and Junior. In designing Celebration Golf Club, their combined talents created a course unlike any other in the nation. It's lush, almost like a natural park with undulating swells and topography, a course reflective of the very best of every course they have created around the world.
This challenging course has many trees to avoid. The fairways have dogleg configurations and are well bunkered. The layout is undulating, including the greens. "Orlando Vacation Club" magazine has rated recently the greens as, "the best greens in Central Florida." The signature hole is #8, a 165-yard, par 3, which offers a beautiful, scenic view. Hole #8 has an original bull pen to the side of the fairway; hence the name of the club.
The 18-hole Baytree Golf Club in Winter Haven, Florida is a semi-private golf course that opened in 1990. Designed by Dean Refram, Baytree Golf Club measures 6644 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 120 and a 70.9 USGA rating. The course features 4 sets of tees for different skill levels.
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