This course, designed in 1985 by Ron Garl, has water on 14 of its 18 holes. It is very well kept and a joy to play. The course is a lot better from the Blue tees than from the Whites. There is one long par-5, but the remainder run about 520 yards. There are two long par-3s. This may be the only course in Florida with Burgundy tees. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
6538 Lake Griffin Road Lady Lake, FL 32159 +1 352 753 7711
This 1989 Lloyd Clifton-designed course is very hilly. It offers a breathtaking view of Lake Griffin. The layout itself is fairly simple: only three holes have water, and they are all on the back nine. The Back tees are a little long for the average player, but with so little water, they are worth a try if you feel strong. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
This 1974 Ward Northrup course has the typical central Florida trees lining its fairways. The course is usually in beautiful shape. That may be a stretch, but it is a nice layout, with short par-5s and par-3s. The bunkering is unobtrusive, but there are quite a few of the traps. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.
Joe Lee designed all three nine-hole courses at Errol Country Club. The Lake Course is open and relies mainly on its bunkering to provide a test. The Highland Course is a more traditional-looking, tree-lined course. The Green tees best suit an average golfer. The Gold tees may stretch you a bit. From the Green tees, all the holes are a comfortable distance. This is a private golf course. Only soft spikes allowed.
Par 72 Gold Tees: 6579 yards / Slope 123 Green Tees: 6347 yards / Slope 117 White Tees: 6115 yards / Slope 114 Blue Tees: 5748 yards / Slope 128 The Highland Course is arguably the most scenic of the three fine nine-hole courses at Errol Country Club. The Grove Course has tighter fairways and a good deal of water. Both have sand traps. The Green tees offer two par-5s of 470 yards and two of 500 yards. The distances on the par-3s vary nicely from the green tees. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
300 South Daneswood Way Casselberry, FL 32707 +1 407 699 9592
This course is another of the many quality golf courses that Lloyd Clifton has designed in Central Florida. This one offers both tight and expansive fairways for your tee shots. The greens tend to be quick. This is a nicely constructed country-club golf course. Any player is within proper limitations from the back tees, and there is no brutish difficulty to be found. The problems this course throws at you are more subtle. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.
With six sets of tees, this course is certain to have a set suitable for every golfer. Prior to deciding on the Tournament or Championship tees, recheck the yardages and slope ratings. The course winds through a wildlife preserve, so you will see wildlife as you play. It features broad, rolling fairways. The greens are quite large. Most of the holes are encircled by pines. All but one of the par-5s barely exceeds 500 yards, and the par-3s are short from any tees. There are also a few forced carries over water. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
2091 Alaqua Drive Alaqua Country Club Longwood, FL 32779 +1 407 333 2582
This is a soft golf course. There will be very little roll on any shot you hit. As with most Gary Player designs, this is target golf. Alaqua's tees and fairways are elevated. The average player should be playing from the Blue or Gold tees. The par-3s are short and exacting. Even from the most challenging tees, there aren't any overly long holes. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
This course is notable primarily for the waste areas that pop up everywhere. It also has large, interesting greens. There are all sorts of slopes and ridges to conquer once you reach the putting surface. There are several short par-5s. The par-3s are all at 200 yards and longer from the Green tees. They are reduced to a less formidable 140 yards or so from the White tees. On this course, the average golfer belongs on the Blue tees. Forest Lake Golf is a public golf course. Soft spikes only.
The course at Celebration Golf Club was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and Robert Trent Jones, Jr. It was completed in 1996. Only one of its holes is free of water hazards. It is not long, but it is certainly narrow enough to present an adequate challenge. There are a variety of green sizes and shapes. Some are big and some are tiny. You will also hit your share of both long and short shots. The bunkering is sparse but efficient. The course is routed through a beautiful piece of wetland featuring an assortment of trees. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
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