Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge
Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge overview
Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge is perfect for those who are looking to roll out of bed and onto the first tee. By staying here, you have all the facilities in your back yard, including the 22,000 sq. ft. lighted putting green and short game practice area.
The Panther Lake Course and the Crooked Cat Course are two of the finest golf courses in Orlando, and both are onsite at Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge. They are two very different designs, meaning both offer very unique experiences that every golfer will enjoy.
By staying here, guests are offered complimentary range balls, free access to the Tooth nine-hole course, room to room phone usage, laundry facilities, overnight parking and club storage. The rooms are clean and comfortable and with so much on your doorstep, this really is one of the best stay and play destinations in the USA.
Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge is easily accessible from the 429 Tollway, close to Central Orlando.
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There is also the opportunity for guests to use the hospitality suites at Orange County National, where groups can get together and watch some sporting events or just relax and enjoy the company.
On Site Activities
The Lodge at Orange County National has recently been refurbished and enhanced to offer golfers the ultimate stay and play package. Instead of battling with traffic, by staying here you will be just footsteps away from the 22,000 sq. ft. clubhouse, the Panther Lake, Crooked Cat and Tooth courses and the 42-acre practice facility. In fact, the 22,000 sq. ft. lighted putting green and short game practice area are actually in your back garden. The location of the Lodge couldn’t be better for those wanting to take advantage of largest practice facility in the USA.
There is so much to do in and around Orlando when you aren’t enjoying the exceptional facilities at Orange County National. Why not visit one of the many theme parks including Walt Disney World or Universal Orlando Resort? A day at one of these theme parks is a must, especially as so many people come from around the world to visit.
Golf courses at Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge
Crooked Cat Course
The Crooked Cat Course is one of two 18-hole regulation courses at the Orange County National Golf Center and plays 6,432-yards. There are water hazards aplenty and several bunkers come into play throughout. There are also trees and native heather present on the course for a naturally beautiful atmosphere. Orange County National's Crooked Cat Course is favoured among low handicappers due to its length and difficulty.
Panther Lake Course
Plays 6,849-yards and offers everything a golfer could want, from holes playing through native pines to dramatic elevation changes, wetlands and lakes, Panther Lake is a fantastic half of the duo of 18-hole courses. Unlike many courses in Florida, there is no development on or around the golf course meaning you can take in the course’s natural beauty. Every hole at Panther Lake is unique and requires something different from your golfing repertoire, to make for a memorable test of golf.
Accommodation near Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge
Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando
Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando is superb value for money, with over 1,000 rooms located on International Drive, right in the middle of all the action that Orlando has to offer.
Book your break at Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge
Orange County National offers the ultimate in stay and play packages in Florida, with some of the state’s best golf onsite.