Monday, August 25, 2014

Everything You Need to Know About Playing Golf in Orlando, Florida

10th Hole at Waldorf-Astoria Golf Club


Overshadowed by a mouse named Mickey and a whale named Shamu, Orlando is nonetheless a bonafide golf destination with major resorts like Grand Cypress, Renuion, ChampionsGate, Shingle Creek and Mission Inn and more than 125 courses within a 45 mile radius of downtown.

Check out the Guru's various articles and course reviews to discover the best places to tee it up in O-Town:

Top 10 Golf Courses to Play in Central Florida

Top 5 Golf Courses I Recommend in Central Florida 

Which Orlando Golf Resort is Right For You?

Diversity of Land and Design Dominates Orlando Golf Scene 

10 Reasons for a Golf Trip to Kissimmee

10 Reasons for a Golf Trip to Lake County

Review: Orange County Golf Center and Lodge

Review: Bella Collina Golf Club

Review: MetroWest Golf Club 

Review: Ritz-Carlton Golf Club/Grande Lakes Orlando 

Review: Mission Inn Resort

Review: Alaqua Country Club

Review: Sweetwater Country Club

Review: Eagle Dunes Golf Club 

Review: Rio Pinar Golf Club 

Review: Ventura Country Club 

Review: Providence Golf Club



















2 comments:

  1. I know Orlando is very famous for golf courses. I visited it last year during orlando city tour I stayed there for five days. I am fond of golf so played it in its many courses. I visited Eagle Creek Golf Club, The Villas Of Grand Cypress Orlando, Walt Disney World Resort Golf, Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club & Lodge, Stoneybrook East Golf Club and Dubsdread Golf Course. I found them gorgeous and full of all facilities. I would love to go there again.

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  2. Alliha, Wow. You played a great selection of golf courses on your visit to Orlando. Great to hear.

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