Windermere Country Club

The Windermere Country Club was hardly ever golf vacation material. Not so much because of its quality – on the contrary, this is one very excellent course. But this was one course that was only good for the residents of the exclusive gated community it is part of and the few fortunate friends they invite over for a round. It was this way for a long time, until much lately, the golf heavens have finally heard the prayers of its people.

Before the course opened for public play, the Windermere Country Club had to go through a series of improvements to better serve a bigger market. The management began this development by improving the greens and the landscaping, the surrounding areas, and the practice range. And from there, Orlando has never been a happier or more exciting place for golf outings. The Ward Northrup design measures over 6,500 yards from the longest tees, par 72, with some of the most exciting roundup of Florida’s staple golf features. The course features 13 holes on water and 63 beautifully shaped, large bunkers that makes any golf trip essentially fun and challenging. On top of that, beautiful and majestic pines and oaks line the fairways and dot the greens, taking the challenge up one notch higher.

And since it has opened itself to the public, it has naturally made itself more enjoyable for more people. The Windermere Country Club has multiple sets of tees that will delight all skill levels with fair but fun challenge. Now it has become more than just an exquisite golf course. It is now one of Orlando’s most favorite golf vacation destinations.

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