Played the Grand Cypress new course two weeks ago and do not understand the recommendations at all. To me it is a very dull course, very broad fairways, enormous greens. No fun at all.
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I'll be going to Orlando next week, staying at Reunion and will be playing all of the courses there.
Has anyone used EZLinks tee time service instead of Golfnow? They are showing a price for The Legends at Orange Lakes Resort for $28/person at 1 pm (74% discount)? Seems like an awful good deal.
I like the course and staff at Royal St. Cloud and was thinking of playing there, but the cheap price for the Legends seems like it might be worth it to play?
Don't forget the great mini golf courses as well.
36 holes at Blizzard Beach and Universal Studios
Dolphin and Swan Hotel has a great course based on Fantasia as well as a par 72 course on real grass (lowest score is a 66 by a PGA tour pro).
Saw a pirates Cove tucked away by a B Dubs as well.
I have stayed in Orlando from 10 - 22 oktober and played a lot of great courses. My top courses were Bella Collina, Orange County National (both courses) and Mission Inn "El Campeon". I''ve all played them with amazing deals mostly through Golfnow.
Bella Collina $50
Orange County both courses with lunch $49 (not golfnow)
Mission INN both courses $50