Golf

Celebration Golf Club

The last course co-designed by the renowned masters of golf course architecture, Robert Trent Jones Senior and Junior. A terrific course in excellent condition whenever you play.

The Celebration website www.celebrationfolf.com offers you an opportunity to view all the holes from above and gives you a great introduction to the magic of Celebration

Guideline Prices per player (including cart) are typically $95-110 high season (Feb-April) $65-95 low season

Southern Dunes Golf Club

Southern Dunes, located at Haines City, just off the US27, has won many awards and is one of the finest golf courses in the Orlando Area.

Steve Smyer’s creation at Southern Dunes may be the most unique. This dramatic hillside layout stretches to over 7,200 yards and features 100 ft. of elevation change, large undulating greens, massive high lipped bunkers, Dunes that are covered with high grasses and ornamentals, which form borders that tumble with the terrain.

Guideline Prices per player (including cart) are typically $110-125 high season (Feb-April) $75-110 low season

Disney Palms & Magnolia Courses

Magnolia and Palm championship golf courses were the first to open at Walt Disney World back in 1970.Both courses have been voted on an all-comers US top 100 list.

The Palms and Magnolia hosted the Disney Classic PGA tour event from 1971-1973.These 2 courses are still used for the PGA tour event.

The courses are in excellent condition all year round and are very challenging. The Palms is shorter than the Magnolia and for the holiday golfer provides more opportunities to make par.

Guideline Prices per player (including cart) are typically $119-129 high season (Feb-April) $75-85 low season

Orange Lakes Legends

The best of four courses at the Orange Lake Resort adjacent to the US192.

The course was built in 1998 and designed by Arnold Palmer, a tough but fair challenge. Golf Now website states that 85% of visitors recommended this course.

The Links’ wide-open nine, reminiscent of old Scottish-style courses, 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 championship golf holes at 610 yards, The Links hole #4 is a good warm-up before venturing into The Pines. The Pines’ towering pines, majestic oaks, winding fairways and flowing water create a serene setting complementing each hole on the back nine. Tee shots are fired between strategic openings cut through the trees. A wayward shot here could result in a ball pushed deep in the woods. Much like the classic courses of North Carolina, proper club selection and accuracy are required to successfully navigate through The Pines. The Island Oak, hole #13, is the feature hole at The Legends course.

Guideline Prices per player (including cart) are typically $75-95 high season (Feb-April) and $40-75 low season

Ridgewood Lakes Golf Club

Ridgewood Lakes first opened in 1994 with both nines sporting strategically-placed hazards and fairways framed by sparkling white sand bunkers. There are also multiple tee boxes that are certain to make visitors of all ages and skill levels feel both challenged and competitive.

Not for the faint hearted with water hazards in play on all holes. A friendly & welcoming club

Guideline Prices per player (including cart) are typically $40-50 high season (Feb-April) $20-30 low season.