Orange County National in Orlando

Orlando GolfTwo championship courses, onsite instruction schools, and America’s largest practice facility and driving range are among the many things that the Orange County National offers. Perfectly nestled on a vast unspoiled rolling terrain of Orlando, golfers of all ability levels can take the challenging rounds that allow 7,493 yards of play. Guests can also choose from any of the five sets of tees in order to come up with the desired golfing experience that is surely worth remembering. The golf resort also provides an on-site lodge for guests who opt to stay longer. Before taking the challenging swings at the courses that challenged even the professional players, golfers can take advantage of the Orange County’s wide-spaced practice facility. The Panther Lake and The Crooked Cat are the two well-designed layouts that the resort boasts about.

The Panther Lake features the variety of design that would require a shot making Orlando Golfrepertoire and that no 2 holes are played the same way. To add up to the challenge, golfers will have an encounter with the layout’s strategically placed bunkers, gently sloping fairways, elevated greens, and water hazards. There will also be intimidating carries as well as the risk-reward approaches that are open for birdies or bogeys. The Crooked Cat on the other hand offers the large contoured greens with significant elevation changes, and large rolling fairways. The course also features the wider landing areas, the mounding and native heather that frame the fairways, and lesser trees. But with the wind that comes from almost any direction, golfers can expect the routing turns and twists.

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