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The Remington Golf site currentlyhas a morningspecial of 9 holes, with cart and breakfast for $25. here is the link.

Another very nice course very close to Remmington and Kissimmee Bay is The Royal Links of St. Cloud. 27 holes very nice well maintained and not bad on the price. I have played it more than any other course while in Florida and with the practice area and layout of the course, this one is well worth a look.

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I'd have to say OCN!! First time playing there was last year for a 3 day golf outing with 12 people and it kicked ass. Great courses, friendly staff, and HOT cart girls! Were heading back again in July but we have 16 people. Cant wait!!
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Thanks to this thread!!!!

Played OCN and Grand Cypress last week and both were great fun! The abundance of golf at Grand Cypress wins the horse race for Best Course. But, so far, it's a two horse race.
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It was fun and OCN was a good course overall. It was just hard to make putts on those greens. Frankly, I have played on much worse but the guys we played with assured me that it was not the norm. I'm sure they will improve with the weather and time. But the staff there is excellent and I hope to go back in the future.

I played OCN back in September. Went with a group and stayed 2 nights and played both courses twice. I much preferred Panther Lake over Crooked Cat but highly enjoyed both. One thing I will say is that the Panther greens were in better shape at the time. CC greens were sandy but these things happen from time to time in Florida as part of normal maint.

Headed back in October to play Celebration, Grand Cypress (New, North/South), and Waldorf. Other than N/S I haven't played any of the courses so very excited.
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I played OCN back in September. Went with a group and stayed 2 nights and played both courses twice. I much preferred Panther Lake over Crooked Cat but highly enjoyed both. One thing I will say is that the Panther greens were in better shape at the time. CC greens were sandy but these things happen from time to time in Florida as part of normal maint.

I play at Celebration regularly after work (gotta love season passes), it's a nice course. Lots of native wildlife there (saw a gator off 8 last week, freaked my partner out). Definitely don't want to go chasing after lost balls if you can help it!

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