A Glimpse at The Most Beautiful Golf Courses in Orlando, Florida

Excellent weather throughout the year and a massive number of top-tiered golf courses, these two reasons are enough to drag 1000s of casual golfers from every corner of the earth and pro players and champions as well. Many PGA tour golf players consider Orlando as their second home. You can ask any golfer, from the USA or for that matter, from any part of the world – everybody should name Orlando as one of their most preferred golf-destinations. Orlando golf courses are not only famous for their stunning natural beauty but also, they host lots of PGA tours every year. It’s not every day you get to play on the same turf which Tiger Woods and Bubba Watson calls their favorite, and who knows, you may brush against your favorite star there staying at the same resort golf course with you! Visit us at / for some extensive details of the champions favorite golf courses in Orlando, or read below – we have compiled a quick list for you here too.

Kelly Plantation Club:

According to Golf Digest, this golf course made into the top five percent golf courses in the whole North American continent. Gene Bates and Fred Couples together designed this one heck of a masterpiece, and you’ll definitely agree with the Golf Digest once you visit here. Adjacent to the picturesque marine bay, this course set on a former plantation. Buttery smooth green terrain, deliberately placed hazards, and uniquely named tee names (each tee has a name related to locally produced vegetation), there are 3 main characters of this golf course.

Copperhead Innisbrook:

Where else you’ll find 4 championship golf courses back to back in the same area? Well, that’s precisely the reason Palm Harbor, Innisbrook is famous for. Out of 4, the Copperhead golf course is known for the fact that they host Valspar Championship every March, which is an official 72-hole tournament broadcasted on national television. Players looking for some challenge will be amazed by what Copperhead course have to offer. Local wildlife is just as amazing as the course itself.

Ritz Carlton Golf Club, Grande Lakes Orlando:

It’s one of the most challenging golf courses in the state for sure. But that’s not the only thing which is worth mentioning. The fact that the Ritz Carlton Golf Club is committed towards the preservation of the surrounding wildlife and natural habit is worth separate mentioning. Audubon certified this course, as well as Golf Magazine,  recognized this course as the winner of the prestigious contest namely “Environmental Leaders” in golf. World class service and accommodation from the Ritz brand helped this course to be in the top golf courses list.

Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort:

This resort offers 3 championship courses, each with its own set of distinctive characteristics. You’ll sink in the stunning beauty of coastal dunes, picturesque pine forest, and nearby wetlands. This is not only in our top golf course list, but “Golf Channel” also agreed too. This course hosts some professional championships every year. The Oak Marsh, one of the 3 courses, is designed by Pete Dye and the most challenging one loved by the veteran golfers.