Orlando Golf Courses
Ready to master your golf game in Orlando? Challenge yourself on numerous greens designed by iconic players and renowned course architects, and learn from the best at our high-profile annual golf tournaments.
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You can also tee off with confidence, because our golf courses, sports venues and other businesses are working to protect you with robust health and safety measures. Get out and enjoy our gorgeous skies with open-air adventures on some of the most challenging, beautiful courses you’ve ever seen. Fore!
Please note: Depending on the timing of your visit, some experiences may be temporarily modified or closed. Learn more about healthy travel and what’s open in Orlando, and check with your favorite venues for their current status.
Professionally Designed Golf Courses in Orlando
Many of golf's biggest legends and sought-after designers have created golf courses in Orlando, inviting you to master some of the most gorgeous, challenging greens you'll ever play. One of the most prestigious in that regard can be found in the heart of Orlando, just 10 minutes from Universal Orlando Resort: Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club & Lodge.
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More Palmer designs await at Shingle Creek Golf Club, adjacent to International Drive, and Orange Lake Resort, close to Walt Disney World® Resort. Speaking of Disney, all three exceptional courses at Walt Disney World Golf are operated by Arnold Palmer Golf Management.
You'll find another Palmer-designed course at Reunion Resort, which is also the only club in the world with courses created by Palmer, Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus. Want more Nicklaus? Just 10 minutes from Disney, Grand Cypress Golf Club boasts 45 holes of Jack Nicklaus Signature golf. And that's just the start of pro-designed golf courses in Orlando.
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Golf Tournaments in Orlando
Held at Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club & Lodge, the Arnold Palmer Invitational is Orlando's premier golf event. A key stop on the PGA Tour, it brings some of the game's biggest names to Orlando every March. We host several other professional tournaments, and locals and visitors alike are invited to take their own shot at glory at amateur tournaments throughout the destination.