5 nights, 5 rounds
Book by 09/30/15. Traveling 10/05/15 through 01/21/16.
$10 Off Per Round, Book Early Special
Lake Buena Vista, Florida (Orlando Area)
Hot Deal Includes:
- 5 nights' accommodations based at 2 people sharing a guestroom at Buena Vista Palace.
- 5 rounds of golf with cart.
- Play ChampionsGate, Falcon's Fire, Orange County National, Mission Inn, and Disney's Palm Course.
For reservations call 866-342-4782. Reference package code O-OMO20.
Lodging & Course Information
Buena Vista Palace Hotel & Spa is an ideal choice for visiting golfers. It's located across the street from the vibrant shops, exhilarating nightlife, and world-class restaurants of Downtown Disney. Local dining options include The Dining Room at Wolfgang Puck Grand Cafe; Crossroads at House of Blues; Fulton's Crab House; and Raglan Road Irish Pub. A full-service hotel offering exceptional quality and service, Buena Vista Palace boasts three outdoor pools; a full-service spa; five onsite food and beverage choices; fitness center; and lighted tennis and basketball courts. Start your day with br...More info
~ 2.19 miles (Not Driving Distance)
Built in 1993, this Rees Jones championship course pays respect to the timeless traditions of the game. $1.5 million was invested in 2010 to create TifEagle greens in addition to improved bunkering and drainage. Tournament playing conditions and perfect putting surfaces can be expected at all times. New lengths added the summer of 2010 have stretched the layout now to just over 7000 yards. The Back 9 wraps around two large, picturesque lakes - a run of holes 12-18 that challenges even the most skilled players. Former host to such prestigious events as the Senior PGA Tour Qualifying School and ...More info
~ 5.18 miles (Not Driving Distance)
Recognized as one of America's premier resort courses, Disney's Palm offers plenty of challenges for the novice and seasoned pro alike. Combining strategically placed palm trees, white-sand bunkers, plenty of water (9 holes) and numerous elevated tees and greens, the natural Florida woodlands setting provides a dramatic backdrop to an exciting golf outing. Designed by Joe Lee in 1971, Disney's Palm was extensively renovated in 2013 by Arnold Palmer Design Company. New teeing grounds, bunkers, and green complexes offer new design characteristics and a fresh challenge. Hole #18 is considered one...More info
~ 8.52 miles (Not Driving Distance)
Panther Lake has been our #1 or #2 requested course since 2000. It played host to numerous PGA Tour Qualifying School Finals and has been awarded 4.5 stars by Golf Digest's "Places to Play" every year since 1999. The 7350-yard masterpiece incorporates sweepng, rolling hills and 60-foot elevation changes as it winds through natural oak hammocks, citrus groves, pine forests and freshwater lakes (bordering 13 holes), all presenting majestic, panoramic vistas (and no homes). You'll encounter tournament playing conditions year round, boasting all exceptional Champion Dwarf Bermuda greens, and the n...More info
~ 9.92 miles (Not Driving Distance)
Greg Norman has designed the National as a classic American-style layout that rolls gently through 200 acres of southern woodlands and wetlands. The layout's key trait is diversity with wall-to-wall fairway bunkers running up along holes 12 through 16, three double doglegs, a massive double-green shared by the fourth and 16th holes, and a sunken fairway on the seventh. Impeccably maintained, the National boasts a pristine, natural golf experience without bordering homes or developments. Enjoy an incredible 36-hole day with its equally challenging, memorable sister course, The International. Su...More info
~ 27.38 miles (Not Driving Distance)
Mission Inn's Las Colinas ("The Hills") was built in 1992 and designed by former PGA Tour player and TV commentator, Gary Koch. Just rated 4 stars by Golf Digest's "Best Places To Play, 2008/2009" and nominated as Golf Digest's 1992 "Best New Resort Course," Las Colinas offers quite a different challenge from El Campeon. Its wide-open fairways and gently rolling hills create an inland links design that contrasts and at the same time, compliments its older sister course. Greens are large and undulating, while the course's classic old architecture style demands proper shot placeme...More info