Central Florida is famous for its amusement parks and entertainment, but it also has award winning and famous golf resorts. Get the best of both worlds, play at Disney and Universal then hit a few at some of the best golf courses around the world. Golf Advisor created a list that features Orlando’s top ten resort courses.
Coming in first place is Tranquilo Golf Club at Four Seasons Resort. This once Disney owned resort has made a big splash with its renovation and rebranding. It now has Pro-V1s on the driving range as well as complimentary valet parking. These additions and more have guests smitten! But this is only the beginning of Orlando’s impressive list of Golf Courses.
Second place goes to the Waldorf Astoria Golf Club, located in Bonnet Creek this is one of Orlando’s newest courses. It gets great reviews in customer service as well as conditions. Located 30 minutes northwest of Orlando is the third-place winner, El Campeon at Mission Inn Resort and Club. Shady fairways and a historic design that dates back nearly 100 years make this resort a low-key gateway and one of the area’s top contenders. The Ritz Carlton Golf Club Grande Lakes follows in fourth place and is one lavish experience. The course is a Greg Norman design with caddies available to provide private club worthy service and amenities. Guests have called the course “beautiful and in great shape the staff were fabulous”.
A Scottish inspired New Course at Grand Cypress Resort comes in fifth. It features updated and spacious villa accommodations for golfers. Nothing gets much better than Golf Advisor’s six picks the Crooked Cat at Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge. It has a forty-eight room on site lodge and has a family friendly Tooth Course makes this an extra special must play golf resort.
The seventh-place club is a little older in comparison but still luxurious. Hawk’s Landing Golf Club is part of the enormous Marriott World Center. It’s fun design and great service ratings keep it among the top ten. North-South-East Grand Cypress Resort comes in eighth place, it’s 27-hole Jack Nicklaus design dates to 1984. The course has a more traditional Florida layout.
The Shingle Creek Golf Club is the ninth pick for Golf Advisor. It is an all-time favorite for Orange County Convention Center goers who are looking for a quick round. It is the perfect design for both low and high handicappers with five sets of tees. The fairways are generous and the greens are receptive.
Finally, is Legends Course at Orange Lake Resort. This top-rated course earns high marks for its conditions and service. The golf scene in Orlando is booming come play a few holes or course with a wide range of exceptional resorts. From amusement parks to relaxation, entertainment, golf and more Orlando is just the right place for your next vacation.
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