Play golf on 82 courses in Orlando – but we are not sure if that means the area is number one in Florida.
It is possible Naples has more.
Anyway, links to all 82 further down.
Here we present 10 well-known and popular public golf courses in the Orlando area.

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Play golf in Orlando – 10 popular public courses

Orange County National

Two 18-hole courses in Winter Garden: Panther Lake and Crooked Cat, plus Tooth, which is a 9-hole walking course.

Championsgate Golf Club

Close to Disney World with two courses designed by Greg Norman. Although in the same landscape a big difference in style between the National Course and the International Course. Luxury and world class golf is promised.

Harmony Golf Preserve

Play golf in a wildlife preserve 45 kilometers south of Orlando International Airport. A beautiful golf course in the little town Harmony.

Highlands Reserve Golf Club

This club in Davenport invites the golfer to an environment not typical for Florida. Highlands Reserve sits atop one of the highest areas of Florida and has pine tree-lined fairways reminiscent of the Carolinas, spacious fairways like in Scotland and some “Old Florida” with citrus trees.

Hunters Creek Golf Club

The course winds around 13 lakes and offers, with its five tees, a challenge for beginners as well as for the more experienced golfer. Golf Digest appointed it to one of the 75 best courses in the US.

Southern Dunes Golf and Country Club

An award winning golf & country club in Haines City. “The Dunes” was ranked as sixth best golf course in Florida by Golf Digest.

Celebration Golf Club

Do not miss the opportunity to have a look at “the perfect town”, Celebration was the result of the Disney theme park Epcot going in another direction than what Walt Disney had in mind. 1996 the inhabitants got their own golf course.

Royal St Cloud Golf Links

A typical links course with rolling hills, designed to reflect a typical Scottish golf course with stone bridges, wood-clad bunkers and even an old English phone booth to further emphasize the origin of golf.

Metro West Golf Club

In the middle of the city, not far from Universal Orlando Resort. The par-72 course features thousands of trees, well-positioned sand bunkers, and a few water hazards that protect lush fairways and manicured greens.

Eagle Creek Golf Club

According to Golf Digest “a unique European design with state-of-the-art American technology”. Par 73, which is rare in Orlando. The club has a strict dress code for those who wants to play golf here.


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