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ORLANDO - "Golf Capital" of the world...

 Golfers paradise!

Orlando is one of the places in the world where you find the most amazing golf courses. With more than 150 golf courses very close to the resort, and a climate that ensures sunshine every month of the year ,Orlando can be described as the world capital of golf!

Temperature, climate and the beautiful terrains have been a natural place to develop new and exciting golf courses. Therefore, designers have almost "flooded" the state with brillant tracks to the delight of golfers. The whole area around Orlando offers an abundance of good tracks. Price per. person depends on track and season, but is typically between $ 50-150 per. day.

 
C elebration Golf Club, located in the immediate vicinity of the resort, has been named one of Golf Digest Best Places to Play for 2006-2007 season. It is a 6792-yard, par-72 course with 5 tee locations. Runway designers Robert Trent Jones Sr. and his son, Robert Trent Jones Jr. is the most famous in golf history. They created runway based on unspoiled natural wetlands, to provide a highly challenging golf game for even the most experienced golfers. Like all Robert Trent Jones courses, holds this strategically placed bunkers, undulating terrain and fast greens. The extra tee locations helps to make it an enjoyable experience for players of all levels. Also this is among the 25 best rated golf courses in the world for women!

Highlands Reserve Golf Club is very different from most of Orlando golf courses. Devoid of the lush vegetation, in contrast to most other courses because it is situated on a natural sandy area. The course is 6,673 yards long and goes down 120 feet at the first tee. It can be a bit of a challenge to get out of the bunker, which is 90 feet deep. That makes the track different than other lanes - and also very exciting. 

At Kissimmee Oaks Golf Club you find lots of fantastic old moss-covered oak trees from which the track of course got its name. You are surrounded by nature and will be guaranteed a glimpse of eagles, ospreys, beavers and turtles. Here, golfers of all levels will certainly be challenged.

Orange County National is an 45-hole course eith two championship courses: Panther Lake and Crooked Cat lane, and a 9-hole course called the Tooth Short Course. Both are PGA Q-Schools, with a distance of 7350-yard and 7493-yards. The Lane has received 4 stars from Golf Digest for 1999-2007 as one of "the best places to play." The course offers multiple tee placements with rolling terrain, strategically placed bunkers and large greens. Crooked Cat is more of a links course with fewer trees than the Panther Lake Course, but both provide an incredible golf experience. 
 

 

Falcon's Fire Golf Club is recognized both regionally and nationally as one of the finest Orlando golf courses. This Rees Jones Signature Designed championship golf course and the spacious clubhouse, offering the highest quality of service and facilities - from meals at Falcon's Nest to the latest technology, equipment and clothing in the award-winning Golf Shop.
 
These are just a few of the golf courses there are in Orlando, Florida. For further inspiration, you can visit Golf Florida