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Central Florida's Hole in OneFall/Winter 15-16
It’s no secret that Orlando boasts some of the most beautiful and challenging premier golf courses in the world. Many people from different countries and all over the U.S., visit Orlando year round to enjoy the lovely scenery and the great weather which is perfect to golf in. Golfing allows you to experience another great way to see Orlando. It’s very clear what makes these courses a "Hole in One".
The Grand Cypress Golf Club offers 45 holes of Jack Nicklaus Signature-designed golf that is truly a diverse selection of Orlando golf. The North, South and East Nines offer a variety of mental and physical stimuli that, unlike other Orlando golf courses, test accuracy rather than strength and distance. The 18-hole new course adds another dimension of play to the Orlando golf scene with steeper and more challenging bunkers and slopes. Set in the midst of an open meadow, the new course is Jack Nicklaus’ tribute and homage to the famed Old Course at St. Andrews, Scotland. No need to worry about anything other than the bunkers. We offer PING G30 rental clubs and complimentary valet and locker room facilities. There is truly something for everyone at the Grand Cypress Golf Club.
The South course is the ideal Florida golf course at Grenelefe Golf & Tennis Resort. It also was a former host site of the final stage of the PGA qualifying school. Ron Garl and Andy Bean designed the South course to be challenging, but playable for golfers of all skill levels. The South course trademark features consist of its winding terrain around the serenity of several lakes, this visually stunning par 71 features ample landing areas and large greens.
The East course was intended by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay to be a shot makers dream. The East course is made to be played with precision and not power. This fair but challenging test of golf with its tight fairways and small green traits will require players to bring their "A" game. The rolling terrain, Par 72 East course, will require a premium on accuracy.
As you can see, Orlando is full of “Hole in One” golf courses. Why not challenge yourself to a "Hole in One" course near you? Make it a great day, go out and golf Orlando!