The Lodge at the Orange County National Golf Center, Offering Great Accommodation to Players
Golf Travel Ideas, Golf Course Reviews, Florida, Orlando
With rolling meadows, wetlands, and native pines surrounding the property, The Lodge at the Orange County National Golf Center is the perfect place to spend your weekend getaway and rejuvenate after playing a round. It offers a relaxing atmosphere, just footsteps away from the 22,000 square feet clubhouse. By booking a room at The Lodge, you will no longer have to find accommodation off-property, and you won't have to get up early in the morning and fight the heavy traffic. You can play at one of the 3 picturesque courses at the Orange County National Golf Center within several minutes.
The Lodge has recently been enhanced, so now guests can enjoy hospitably suites furnished with nice sitting areas, 2 bathrooms, and a big refrigerator. You and your friends or family can also get together to watch sporting events or play a friendly game of cards by virtue of the amenities at The Lodge. Furthermore, the location provides complimentary parking, so you don't have to worry about finding a nearby spot to park your car. You can also benefit from the excellent meeting facilities, regardless of your group size. What's even better is that the rooms, which are clean and comfortable, and practically on the first tee!
Relish a Golf Round with Your Buddies in a Soothing Ambiance
If you choose to play golf in Orlando, Florida, it will be impossible to get bored. The Orange County National Golf Center features 3 exquisite courses, one of which is a 9-hole executive walking course. Offering plenty of natural beauty, The Panther Lake golf course is a delight to play, as each hole is unique and requires a different technique, which will make you remember the entire game. Undoubtedly, you'll have a memorable experience playing this golf course, designed by the famous and talented Phil Ritson, Isao Aoki, and David Harman.
The greens at The Panther Lake course are new and always well-kept. Off the tee, you will encounter gently sloping fairways guarded by strategically placed fairway bunkers, trees, and water hazards framing the holes and providing a clear line of play. From the fairway, you will hit numerous approaches into elevated greens, which are large and have plenty of contours. So, if we've piqued your interest, come out and try the same greens that were played at the Atlanta Athletic Club for the PGA Championship. The other 18-hole course is The Crooked Cat, and it has:
- Routing twists and turns
- Significant elevation changes
- Fewer trees and wider landing areas
- The lengthy and challenging back nine hole
- A lot of versatility
- Heather and mounding framing the fairways
After playing the two championship golf courses, you may want to engage in a more relaxing game, so you can try The Tooth golf course at the Orange County National Golf Center. There is nothing ordinary about this golf course, as it offers the ideal venue to try out the new shots in your arsenal. While this golf course is short, it definitely doesn't lack challenges. The Tooth is a walking-only golf course, allowing you to exercise while having fun. As for dining, there is the amazing Orange 83 Pub and Grill, which can serve up to 200 people. The restaurant features a large bar area and a huge TV, so you can catch the game after your round.
If you're planning to play golf at the Orange County National Golf Center in Orlando, Florida, you can enjoy nice, relaxing accommodations and modern amenities at The Lodge, which is very close to the courses. With so many activities to relish and everything conveniently located on your doorstep, you will certainly find this golf vacation destination amazing and will most likely want to return. So, gather your friends or family and book one or more rooms at The Lodge to spend quality time together while also unwinding and getting away from the hustle and bustle of the overcrowded city!