Experience all the luxury that comes with a private club membership - without the yearly fees. Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club & Lodge is a daily fee club with amazing amenities: World-class golf, spa, salon, fitness club, pool and tennis courts, and so much more.
Bay Hill Club & Lodge is one of those courses made extra special for two reasons. It's one of the most popular courses on the PGA tour, and it's where legendary golfer Arnold Palmer lives and plays.
The golf club is open only to club members and guests of the Bay Hill Club & Lodge. The course occupies 270 acres along the banks of the Butler Chain of Lakes.
Both courses feature 27 holds of championship golf and are home to the nationally televised Arnold Palmer Invitational Presented by MasterCard.
The 18-hole "Challenger/Champion" course boasts 7,381 yards from the longest tee for a par of 72. The course was designed by Dick Wilson and Arnold Palmer himself and opened in 2009.
The 9-hole "Charger" course offers a links-style challenge and features 3,409 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. The course was designed by Robert Simmons and opened in 1963
The popular Country Club of Orlando began with just a 9-hole executive course, but the layout proved to be so popular, that the club quickly expanded. Now, the 18-hole course spans 6,591 yards from the longest tee. Choose from 3 sets of tees to challenge your game.
The Country Club of Orlando features an 18-hole course with 6,591 yards of golf from the longest tee for a par of 72. Designed by Donald J. Ross, the course opened in 1911.
Originally, the course was a 9-hole affair, but the club proved so popular that a few years later the course was expanded to 18 holes.
Since then, the Country Club of Orlando has managed to expand and flourish through the Great Depression, World War II and beyond. All the while it has expanded, grown, completed major capital improvements and renovations - a testament to the capable leadership throughout the years.
Today it enjoys a stellar reputation as one of the leading clubs in the country.
Disney’s Lake Buena Golf Course winds through pastel villas, pine forests, palmettos and sparkling lakes and has hosted the PGA Tour, the LPGA Tour and USGA events. The course is rated 4 stars by Golf Digest, the 18-hole course was conceived by Joe Lee and features elevated bunkered greens that put a premium on accurate approach shots. Test your skills and fortitude at the demanding 7th hole with its challenging island green.
Take in the scent of gorgeous magnolia trees and play an incredible round of golf at the Disney's Magnolia Golf Course. Wide fairways, 97 bunkers and sparkling water hazards have earned this course a 4-star rating by Golf Digest magazine.
Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course is a beautiful 9-hole course with rolling greens and exciting challenges and lets you test your skills with holes ranging from 132 to 517 yards from the white tees; holes 5, 6 and 7 are routed around a deep canal and a picturesque pond.
Play a round of golf at the gorgeous Disney’s Palm Golf Course, where shimmering lakes and tropical sands will dazzle your senses. The aptly-named course features palm trees strategically placed to challenge your game.
Why bother playing a municipal golf course in Orlando? Because the city is the king of golf, and DubsDread Golf Course is the crown jewel among dozens of excellent courses. The 18-hole course is lined with mossy oaks, dog-legged fairways and short greens to keep things interesting.
The widely acclaimed Dubsdread Golf Course is an area-favorite municipal golf course, with 18-holes of golf and offering 6,173 yards of play from the longest tee for a par of 72.
Known as Orlando's most historic course, Dubsdread opened in 1924.
The course is located just north of downtown and feels like it's a part of Orlando's living history. Mossy oaks are dotted throughout the course, and it played host to golf greats like Ben Hogan, Sam Snead and Claude Harmon.
The city of Orlando made major renovations to the course, designed by Thomas Bendelow, and reopened it in 2008.
The relatively short course remains a challenge with its small greens and narrow dog leg fairways. Small ponds here and there help keep golfers on their toes.
Facilities at Dubsdread Golf Course include a pro shop, halfway house and driving range that is home to a golf academy, plus a couple of short-game greens.
Get a taste of what it's like to play golf in Scotland without leaving the country. At the Eagle Creek Golf Course, you'll find a links-style layout that harnesses the wind to challenge your game every step of the way. More than 90 bunkers and plenty of par-5's will keep you from getting bored.
The Eagle Creek Golf Course is a challenging links-style course in the tradition of Scotland golf, with intimidating bunkers, a firm and fast course and blowing winds.
At this 4.5-star rated course designed by Ron Garl and Howard Swan, you'll get the best of both worlds. Par 5's, five sets of tees and more than 90 bunkers make this a course like no other. Golf pros often advise players to come prepared: You will likely use all the clubs in your bag, and you've got to tap into your creativity to make the most of each shot, while taking the least among of swings. Fun and challenging, this will be a golf outing like you've never experienced before!
To top off your golfing experience, relax at the club's majestic 14,000-square-foot clubhouse designed in the style of a vintage, New England manor.
Public courses are celebrated in Orlando, the land of golf. In fact, the Hunters Creek Golf Course is one of those dynamic, 18-hole courses that plays at the championship level and is recognized as one of the "Top 75 Public Courses to Play" by Golf Digest.
The Hunters Creek Golf Course is an 18-hole course, featuring 7,432 yards of golf from the longest tee for a par of 72.
The golf course has earned a large share of accolades and awards since it opened in 1986. Designed by Lloyd Clifton, Hunter's Creek Golf Club was noted by Golf Digest as one of the "Top 75 Public Courses to Play."
The championship course features five sets of tees, and spacious, rolling fairways that meander around 13 lakes for a relaxing yet challenging round of golf. Bunkers and expansive greens demand a strong shot selection.
If you're up for a challenge, then get over to the Orange Tree Golf Club. The 18-hole course is considered to be one of the most challenging in the Orlando area. It has not just one, but three spectacular finishing holes, known as "The Loop."
Orange Tree Golf Club is home to one of the most challenging 18-hole courses in central Florida. The premier course offers five sets of tees, with 7,036 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71.
Designed by Joe Lee, the course features narrow tree-lined fairways, doglegs and several water hazards. The course was built in 1972 and still includes 3 incredible finishing holes known as "The Loop."
The club features a full range of practice facilities including a driving range, putting green, and a short-game facility.