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post #1 of 7
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Hey all -

 

In early Jan I am headed to my annual golf trip  -  this year it is in Orlando

 

We are playing:

 -  Champions gate - international and national 

 -  Ritz-Carlton

 -  Grand Pines

 

I've not played any of these courses so any thoughts on them would be highly appreciated

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post #2 of 7

All ok.  None great, especially for the $'s, but you'll have a good time and they should all be in good shape.

 

Are those the only rounds you're playing, or do you have time for any more?

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Thanks. Yes I have room to play others. Have the back half of Thursday free. Talk to me. Im all ears
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post #4 of 7

Just a couple in that general area.....

 

Get up to Orange County National.  They have 2 courses there....until this last year when they changed the qualifying process, they played the finals of the PGA Q-school there every other year.  If you can make it happen, play both courses having lunch in between rounds.  http://www.ocngolf.com/

 

Bella Collina.  Pricey, but no more so than the others you're looking at, and better than any of them.  http://www.bellacollina.com/golf/

 

Eagle Creek is a great course and a real bargain.  http://www.eaglecreekgolf.info/course/

 

Just a bit of a drive:

 

Mission Inn, El Campeon course.  http://www.missioninnresort.com/orlando-golf-resort

 

Redtail Golf Club.  http://www.redtailgc.com/

post #5 of 7
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Thanks for the info im going to look them up and decide. I may get two of them in.

Which one is the most fun. Are any of them links style
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post #6 of 7

OP - The courses on your list are very good, in my opinion. I have only played Eagle Creek on David's list, and I have been underwhelmed at the layout, although it was in good shape. I don't play too many courses other than my own, but I like Reunion, Falcon's Fire and the Waldorf Astoria.  They are very near Disney. And I talked with a couple of guys today who played the Disney Palm course over the weekend, and said it was in great shape, as it had been closed for awhile for renovations.

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I've heard good things about Falcon's Fire. Im going to check them all out and find a good Thursday Course
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