Golf Courses

Central Florida is a haven of golf courses and resorts. Orlando is a perfect hub for year-round golf, attracting retirees from around the country and snow-bound golfers during the winter months. It also happens to include some of the most popular vacation destinations in the entire world. Below are a few of the multitude of the Orlando golf courses that you can play.

Remington Golf Club

Swing into action at Kissimmee Bay Century-old oaks, towering cypress trees, a dozen unique water hazards and friendly sand hill cranes provide the backdrop for a first-class golf experience at Kissimmee Bay Country Club. Lauded by the media and golfers alike, Kissimmee Bay offers some of the finest facilities and services in Central Florida, including exceptional catering and special event coordination for corporate outings, tournaments and receptions. The spacious clubhouse features the landmark Langley Golf Museum, exhibiting an interesting variety of antique balls, clubs and golf memorabilia.

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Kissimmee Bay Country Club

Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge is charming, inviting and all about being the best of the best. You’ll find the kind of golf that is only available where Arnold Palmer lives and plays.

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Bay Hill Club

Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge is charming, inviting and all about being the best of the best. You’ll find the kind of golf that is only available where Arnold Palmer lives and plays.

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Orange Lake Country Club

Experience the spectacular golf at Orange Lake. Their four challenging courses will take your game to a whole new level. Rolling greens, gorgeous fairways and more—all waiting for you.

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Falcon's Fire Golf Club

Falcon’s Fire Golf Club winds through trees and lakes with glimpses of abundant wildlife. It’s hard not to enjoy yourself when playing this majestic beauty. This 27-hole masterpiece has wide fairways and some of Sarasota’s best maintained greens. Whichever 18 you play, you will love the unique natural design to your liking. Awarded a 3 1/2 star rating by Golf Digest and no housing developments crowding the fairways you’re more likely to see wildlife than automobiles during your visit.

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