3 nights, 3 rounds
Traveling now through 12/31/15.
Golf Is Your Mission
Howey-In-The-Hills, Florida (Orlando Area)
Hot Deal Includes:
- 3 nights of deluxe guestroom accommodations at Mission Inn.
- 3 rounds of golf with cart (two on El Campeon and one on La Colinas).
For reservations call 866-342-4782. Reference package code O-REISWDB.
Lodging & Course Information
Located 40 minutes northwest of Orlando is one of Central Florida's most intimate getaways. The hotel itself, a sprawling Spanish-colonial hacienda with arched verandas and red-tiled roofs, offers tremendous views of the resort grounds. Unusual for Florida, the property features two championship courses El Campeon and Las Colinas with elevation changes of up to 85 feet. Although the resort is within easy driving distance of all of Central Florida's tourist attractions, resort guests really never have to leave. Besides great golf there's also three restaurants and lounges, boating a...More info
~ 0 miles (Not Driving Distance)
Built in 1926, Mission Inn's El Campeon, "The Champion," is one of the south's oldest and most historical, prestigious golf courses. Architect Captain Charles Clarke of Troon, Scotland, blended unusual elevation changes of more than 85-feet with features of traditional golf design. Rolling fairways (some dramatic), undulating greens and well-placed berms, bunkers and sandy waste areas, as well as water on 11 holes all only begin to characterize the aura of El Campeon. Rated 4 stars by Golf Digest's "Best Places To Play, 2008/2009." You can't miss the Spanish-style resort inn/ hotel in ...More info
~ 1.76 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