Waldorf Astoria Golf Club

Not only is this golf course a bearer of a legendary name known for the best vacations around the world. It also bears the signature of an equally legendary name in golf design. And as if that weren’t yet enough, the course is located in one of America’s most favorite, not to mention, most beautiful places – Orlando, Florida. The Rees Jones-designed Waldorf Astoria Golf Club, though young and in tough competition with the well-known classics in the area, is making waves as one of the fast-rising golf vacation favorites.

The Waldorf Astoria Golf Club measures more than 7,100 yards from the longest tees, par-72. There are five sets of tees to choose from making the course one for everybody. And, yes, one for everybody includes a great golf instruction program that would make even the least skilled of golfers enjoy what this course has to offer. One of the highlighted features of the course are the numerous bunkers that carry a classic design – a true and tested obstacle that will bring the the attitude that will make the golf trip extra unforgettable.

These bunkers look nice but they aren’t exactly as nice when the game begins. Thus is the case, too, of the many pines and ancient cypresses lining the wide fairways of the course. They have as much help in the aesthetics as in the course obstacles. In totality, the Waldorf Astoria Golf Club is one course that requires precision in technique and shotmaking, as much as it attracts appreciation for being naturally exceptional. Well, there is nothing too surprising about it. The resume of this golf vacation destination justifies it all and erases any doubt.

 

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