Opened in 1990, this championship layout was designed by Clifton, Ezell & Clifton around century-old oak trees, lush vegetation, and abundant wildlife. The challenging course borders East Lake Toho and features water on 16 holes, gently rolling fairways, multi-tiered tees, and large greens that are consistent and true. A unique feature of the club is a permanent display of golf equipment and memorabilia in their Langley Golf Museum, a private collection of more than 1,000 rare and antique golf items. The course is located just a five-iron's distance (1 mile) from its equally challenging sister course, Remington. Both are located in Kissimmee, a 20 minute drive east of most area hotels and 12-13 easy miles south of Orlando Int'l Airport. Consider playing both courses (designed by the same architects) for a memorable 36-hole combination!
Key Selling Points
Short Game Practice Area
Club & shoe rental
Architect: Clifton, Ezell & Clifton Golf Design Group