Experience affordable golf in the sunshine

The combination of fantastic championship golf, sunshine and spectacular theme parks makes Orlando golf holidays the perfect option for families and groups. This Florida region is home to more golf courses, resorts and family activities in 100 square miles than any other place on earth.

The best time to go to Orlando is between March and May when temperatures are relatively high and the courses are affordable and in excellent shape. The weather is perfect for golf and the flight prices are often great value. You can fly from the UK with Virgin Atlantic Airways, Airfrance or British Airways in just over 9 hours when flying direct.

Why book a golf holiday to Orlando?

  • Multiple daily flights from the UK to Orlando make it very accessible
  • Home to Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club & Lodge - one to tick off the bucket-list!
  • Easy to create a fantastic golf tour around the Florida state
  • Explore the parks - Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Universal Studios

Play the best golf courses in Orlando

Orlando is a city thriving with entertainment and action, not to mention the high concentration of some of Florida’s most beloved golf courses.

Blessed by a warm, humid climate typical of Florida which provides the many courses with the perfect conditions to grow and maintain, meaning that year-round, the courses found in Orlando are always in good condition. The fact that the PGA TOUR hosts some of its top events within the city of Orlando should be testament enough to this fact.

Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Golf Course - One of the many notable courses of Orlando is legendary Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge, a course divided into 3 superb nines. The Champion, Challenger and Charger loops make up 27 holes of tour championship golf that is consistently ranked in the Top 100 Courses to play in America. Host to the PGA Tour’s Arnold Palmer Invitational since 1979, Bay Hill is perfect for golf holidays in Orlando.

Celebration Golf Club - Located just outside Kissimmee, Celebration Golf Club offers a charming "Old Time" atmosphere with a windmill and vintage cars on the lawn. The driving range features island greens, and guests can dine at the Windmill Restaurant after their round. Their par-72 Florida-style course spans 7,028 yards and was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. and Sr. It can accommodate all levels of golfer with four tee boxes. Known for its spacious fairways and water hazards, it's a fun challenge for everyone. The well-maintained course has even hosted events like the U.S. Senior Open Qualifier and the Golf Channel’s Drive, Chip and Putt Finals.

Watson's Independence Course - This delightfully designed course from Tom Watson is a standout in Orlando. Being over 7,250 yards, The Independence makes golfers consider distance off the tee whilst also offering enough testing greens and approach shots to ensure a solid short game is key. When staying at Reunion Resort a round on The Independence is essential.

Disney's The Magnolia course - Named after the impressive 1,500 magnolia trees onsite, The Magnolia is Disney's most famous golf course. Featuring Mickey Mouse-shaped bunkers on the 6th hole it offers a scenic journey through a forest of Magnolia. Spanning over 7,500 yards with five tee options, it's top course for all golfers. The course is also known for its affordable snacks, food, and drinks served on refreshment carts as well as its advanced GPS on the buggies.

Find the ideal base for a golf holiday in Orlando

Getting the most out of your golf holiday usually starts with finding the right place to stay and Orlando offers a wide array of hotels and resorts for every style and budget. From PGA TOUR venues and multi-course stay and play resorts, to charming hotels at amazing value, Orlando caters for every group size and budget.

Reunion Resort We recommend Reunion Resort, where you can stay in a villa-style apartment and experience a ‘home from home’ atmosphere. This resort boasts 3 fantastic courses including the exceptional Palmer Legacy Course, Nicklaus Signature Course and the Watson Independence Course. Reunion offers more than enough to keep you busy at this luxurious golf resort. With facilities including a large indoor spa, seven swimming pools, six tennis courts and the world-famous Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Studios just minutes away, Reunion Resort provides the perfect family golf holiday experience.

Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge Situated close to Universal Studios and Universal’s Islands of Adventure, Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge is an excellent choice. As well as being home to one of the world’s world's most iconic PGA TOUR course, guests can enjoy the club’s tennis courts, swimming pool, fitness centre & spa. On top of all this, there is an array of dining options at the resort including three restaurants and a poolside bar.

Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando Ideal for those looking for an affordable stay near great bars and restaurants, the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando is superb value for money. Boasting over 1,000 rooms located on International Drive, it is an affordable way to stay in the middle of all the action Orlando has to offer. Onsite guests have access to some great food options, including the Plaza Garden Restaurant and the extremely fun Zebra's Sports Bar. Zebras is equipped with pool tables, big screens, and big burgers - everything you'd expect in an American bar and a great experience when looking to immerse yourself in the culture.

Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate The Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate is ideal for a golf holiday, boasting two 18-hole Greg Norman-designed golf courses, a floodlit 9-hole golf course, and the World Headquarters for the David Leadbetter Golf Academy all onsite. Just 7 miles from Disney World, it offers a lazy river, swimming pools, a spa, and 5 dining options including Asian, Italian, and sports bar options. The resort also offers scheduled transportation to all four Walt Disney World Theme Parks for those wanting to explore Orlando post-round.

Bonnet Creek If you fancy more of an Orlando golf tour, then look no further than the five-star Bonnet Creek. Designed with a five-tee system for all playing abilities, the Waldorf Astoria Golf Club located onsite provides a truly exceptional setting for some Orlando golf. This Rees Jones design is an 18-hole championship golf course that winds its way through a large wetland reserve. Aside from golf Bonnet Creek has numerous dining options that serve a wide variety of cuisines and well-appointed guestrooms offering a relaxing environment after your round.

Our experts say...

Orlando is a golfing oasis in Florida, get out in the sun and on to the course!

Golf travel tips for Orlando

Best months for golfing weather:

February to April

Best months for value:

April to May & October to December

Most popular months:

March & April

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Water parks, theme parks, shopping and more

It’s the incredible diversity in Orlando that guarantees an unforgettable holiday filled with unique experiences for every golfer. If you’re a real thrill-seeker, you won’t be able to get enough of water parks and theme parks, but there is so much more for you to discover, including dining, shopping nightlife and more.

Magical Orlando

Orlando is home to more than a dozen theme parks, chief among them being Walt Disney World, comprised of 4 main parks. Disney's Hollywood Studios is inspired by the movies and TV shows. It has areas like Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge and Toy Story Land. The park has rides, shows, and interactive fun, letting visitors experience famous movie scenes and meet beloved characters. It's a place for all ages to enjoy cinematic excitement.

The second park is Disney's Animal Kingdom, where visitors can explore different habitats and encounter exotic animals. It offers thrilling rides, live shows, and immersive experiences, making it both a fun and educational day out.

The second of the parks to open was Disney's Epcot another theme park but one that is focused on technology, innovation, and global culture. It features attractions, shows, and pavilions representing countries from around the world, offering visitors a unique blend of entertainment and learning.

Finally, and arguably the most famous park in the world Magic Kingdom. Disney's most iconic theme park is filled with the best attractions anywhere in the world. It's divided into themed lands like Fantasyland and Adventureland, offering rides, shows, and parades that bring Disney magic to life for visitors of all ages a bucket list trip for everyone.

Fantastic for film fanatics

Another premier entertainment destination Universal Orlando Resort boasts two thrilling theme parks: Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Universal Studios is where guests can step into the movies and experience iconic film franchises brought to life through its rides and attractions. Meanwhile, Islands of Adventure offers an adventure-packed journey through various themed islands, each filled with heart-racing rides.

One of the most popular areas of Universal Orlando is the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, which spans across both parks. Here, fans of the beloved series can explore their favourite locations from the books and films.

Struggling to pick a date? The best time to go to Orlando is between March and May when temperatures are relatively high and the courses are affordable and in excellent shape. The weather is overall quite pleasant and flight prices are fair. You can fly from the UK with Virgin Atlantic Airways, Airfrance or British Airways in just over 9 hours if flying directly. Flights with one stop are around 11-12 hours.

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