Proudly established as one of the top cities in the US for attractions, and notably, Orlando holds the crown as the most visited city in the state. Home to multiple theme parks, including the world-famous Walt Disney World, there is definitely no shortage of things to do in Orlando. Around 55-60 million people visit this Floridian paradise every year, enticed by its warm climate and abundance of activities.
Golf in Orlando is among the best in the state. It’s home to a variety of prestigious courses, from the Jack Nicklaus designed Grand Cypress (host of the LPGA and the Golf World Cup in the 90s) to the 18-hole Falcons Fire course.
Orlando is home to Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Golf Club, which hosts the Arnold Palmer Invitational annually.
Of course, Orlando is host to numerous theme parks, including Disney World, Universal Studios and Magic Kingdom park. You’ll find the famous Lake Buena Vista course located at Disney World – and The Walt Disney World Golf Classic is played at the Magnolia and Palm courses situated near the park.
In the South East of the city you’ll find Orange County, home to two famed championship golf courses, the 18-hole Crooked Cat course and the Panther Lake course, which features beautiful scenic views and lakes lining its sloping fairways.
On the South West side of Orlando is The Reunion Resort, home to several golf courses designed by golfing legends Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tom Watson.
Orlando is a vibrant and cultural hub of Florida, showcasing not just the best golf courses, but also excellent nightlife, with an abundance of bars and restaurants and attractions to visit while on your Orlando Golf Tour. Why not visit the almost 5-star reviewed Kres Chophouse, a high quality steakhouse, during your trip? Premier Golf representatives can liaise with you and discuss every aspect of your trip in order to tailor it to your preferences. We can also recommend the best courses and attractions to visit to make your trip the very best it can be.