Golf in Orlando
Take some time off from the vast amount of Florida attractions and indulge yourself in your guilty pleasure—golf. Don't worry, no one will blame you for escaping for some golf in Orlando when the city is home to some of the most famous courses in the world.
For the avid golfer, Golf in Orlando is as close as you can get to paradise. Frequently voted as a top golf destination, the city is home to more pro golfers than any other city in the world. With a reputation like that, you can be sure that the over 170 courses in the city are worthy of the best in the sport.
Don't let the prestigious credentials get to you though; golf in Orlando is very accommodating, even for the beginner. Wherever your skill level, you'll love the exclusive experience you find at each of the stunning golf clubs and courses, the memories you take home.
4 Golf Courses in Orlando
Rosen Shingle Creek Golf Course
Rosen Shingle Creek 9939 Universal Blvd., Orlando (Florida), FL 32819
Take an afternoon off from all of the fun at Orlando theme parks, and play a round at the Rosen Shingle Creek Golf Course. This beautiful par 72 course will keep you entertained all day.
ChampionsGate Golf Club
ChampionsGate Golf Club 1400 Masters Blvd., Championsgate, Florida
Choose between two beautiful courses at the ChampionsGate Golf Club. The Greg Norman designed National and International courses are built into the natural landscape giving way to beautiful views and an abundance of wildlife.
Bay Hill Club & Lodge
Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club & Lodge 9000 Bay Hill Boulevard, Orlando (Florida), FL 32837
Golf where Arnold Palmer lives and plays, the Bay Hill Club & Lodge. This course plays host to the PGA tour every year, so you will feel like a pro as soon as you get to the tee box. Bay Hill is a must play for golf enthusiasts.
MetroWest Golf Club
MetroWest Golf Club 2100 S. Hiawassee Road, Orlando, Florida
Challenge yourself and your friends at the award winning MetroWest Golf Club in Orlando. The course is beautifully designed with natural lakes, and major elevation changes making it difficult, but fun course.