Orlando – A Golfer’s Paradise


The sporty kind living in Central Florida find Orlando a golfer’s paradise. Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando and Sea World serve as a great draw for tourists who keep the resorts busy. A lot of the best golf clubs are located near these resorts or are a part of the many luxury resorts you may want to explore.

Near the Universal Orlando resort you can pot holes at the Metro West Golf Club, located a short two miles away. This beautiful golf course was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. If you take your golf cart around to explore, you will find native trees and spring-fed lakes both giving a visual harmony to the otherwise dull landscape. After swinging around when you get thirsty and feel it’s time for refreshments just hop on your golf cart and swing by the refreshment cart. Rich with amenities this golf course is a preferred spot for a Tee Time.

Matching in scenic beauty Hunter’s Creek, should be your next spot. Drive your golf cart to the spacious fairways confined by tall pine trees. Discover all the 13 lakes at The Hunter’s Creek which has been home to US Open Qualifier rounds in late 1980’s until mid 1994. This golf course offers five sets of tees ranging from 5,225 to 7,268 yards.

Golfers who like something more modern will like Greg Norman’s Champions Gate located 10 miles southwest of Disney World. This 36 holes golf course was built in 2000 and is a place where the champions play. It features spunky greens and modern sand dunes where you can add another dozen strokes to your game. In case you want to play here, first take your golf cart around and get familiar with the course.

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