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Reunion Resort

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An excellent collection of condos and villas located close to Orlando. The resort is perfect if seeking a high quality, self catering accommodation and ideal for golfers due to having 3 onsite courses designed by the legendary Gary Player, Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus.

Reunion is the perfect golfers escape with the three superb courses but the resort also has a wealth of other leisure facilities including swimming pools, gym, water park, tennis along with multiple restaurant and bar options.

You are also close to Kissimmee and Orlando, we do recommend hiring a car to explore the best golf courses in the region.

Onsite Courses

Reunion - Palmer

Innovatively routed on hilly, roller coaster-like terrain, Arnold Palmer’s 6,916 yards, par 72 Signature Course boasts dramatic elevation changes – up to 50 feet in some places – creating a unique variety of risk/reward shots.

That varied menu of shot-making opportunities is further ensured by six tee locations on each hole, a variety of natural preserve areas, generously wide fairways and strategically placed bunkers across all 18 holes.
 
A slight draw around the corner of this opening dogleg leaves you in perfect position for a short iron approach. The astute golfer will stay away from any shot that is short and right of the green. Hint; Green slopes severely from left to right.

Reunion - Watson

Highlighted by fast, firm and wide rolling fairways, a variety of strategically placed bunkers and large greens, the 7,154 yard, par 72 Watson Course, a Signature Design by Tom Watson, is as much about strategy as it is about length.

 

Demanding a well thought out approach from every player regardless of skill level, this course puts a premium on a solid short game with spacious green complexes where club selection can vary from putter to lob wedge to three-wood.

Reunion - Nicklaus

This Parkland-style layout is smooth and flowing, with long horizon lines and elevated tee boxes and greens. Yet The Nicklaus Course, a Signature Design by Jack Nicklaus, can be as deceptive as it is beautiful.

 
Designed to tempt golfers into hitting risky shots with potentially big payoffs, the course challenges the golfer to step up to the ball with a carefully organized series of shots in mind.

Nearby Courses

Magnolia

 Designed in classic Tour style, this championship course is the longest of the Walt Disney World Resort golf courses.

 
Named for its majestic magnolia trees, this course features elevated tees, spacious greens and challenging water hazards. Wide fairways invite you to hit the ball and hit it long, but beware—11 of the 18 holes boast water hazards and 97 bunkers dot the landscape.
 
Certified by Audubon International as a Cooperative Wildlife Sanctuary and rated 4 stars by Golf Digest, Disney’s Magnolia Golf Course represents a paradise for serious golfers, as well as a thrilling challenge for players at all levels.

Distance From Course: 9 miles

Lake Buena Vista

 Disney`s Lake Buena Vista Golf Course has hosted the PGA Tour, the LPGA Tour and USGA events.

Certified by Audubon International as a Cooperative Wildlife Sanctuary and rated an impressive 4 stars by Golf Digest, the 18-hole course was conceived by Joe Lee and most notably features elevated bunkered greens that put a premium on accurate approach shots. Test your skills and fortitude at the demanding 7th hole with its challenging island green.

 
Walt Disney World Resort golf courses are operated by Arnold Palmer Golf Management.
Golf course carts are enhanced with GPS technology that offers realistic images of hazards, yardages, hole diagrams, pin locations and more to help you strategize your play.
The use of a golf cart is included in your greens fee; there is no additional cart fee. Carts are designed to be shared by 2 Guests and are equipped with a small cooler, a sand bucket to fill divots, front windshields and rear pull-down club covers, in case of a passing shower.
 

Distance From Course: 8 miles

Champions Gate - National

With four sets of tees, Golfers of all abilities will be able to play from a distance that suits their game.  The Par 72 Champions Gate National Golf Course measures 7,128 yards from the blacks, with a demanding rating of 75.2 and a slope of 138. The remaining pin placements are blues at 6427/133 slope, the whites at 5937 /124, and the reds at 5150/117. 

Besides the complimentary GPS on all carts, The National course also provides marked sprinkler heads and tees, and daily pin placement information. 
 
The classic American parkland course design has 18 contiguous holes that wind through 200 acres of secluded woodlands, wetlands, and former orange groves. With its lush fairways and greens, and the stunning natural beauty integrated into the design by Greg Norman, playing the National Golf Course is truly an Orlando golf adventure. 
 
The National Course at Champions Gate features gently sweeping fairways, 80 sculpted bunkers, greens maintained in tour condition, clever doglegs and scenic water hazards. Water comes into play on many holes, but few forced carries means that this layout can be maneuvered by all levels of players. The sharply framed golf holes end up on smaller greens, making it a shot maker’s delight. Wayward shots will quickly unravel your round.
 
The par-4 fourth hole is typical of challenges facing the golfer. At just 323 yards from the black tees (311 from the blues) long hitters are tempted to take a shot at the green. However, there is trouble everywhere – wetlands that you have to carry and that run down the entire left side of this dogleg left; large bunkers on the right with ball-gobbling trees right of the bunkers. If you are playing in a scramble, hit a safe hybrid or long iron, then have your big hitter go for it.
 
The National Course has one of the best finishing stretches in the Orlando area. The par-3 15 is a short, but intimidating shot over wetlands – and is known to “eat” over 15,000 balls annually. 
 
While 17 is short, 18 is a long par 5. This difficult dogleg-left measures 636 yards from the back tees and follows a lake all the way to the green making this a great finishing hole.  Scoring a par requires hitting three very good long iron shots. 

Distance From Course: 2 miles

Celebration

Welcome to Celebration Golf Club, one of Orlando’s premier golf facilities.

 
Opened in 1996, Celebration Golf Club is the final collaboration between Robert Trent Jones Senior and Junior. From the onset, their belief was that “every hole should be a hard par and an easy bogey.” Using their joint design strategies and the natural lay of the land, they crafted an upscale daily-fee golf resort that takes full advantage of the natural pine forests and Florida wetlands.
 
The course radiates an atmosphere of beautiful tranquility and fun but challenging golf. The layout is protectively framed by borders of native trees and natural wetlands and speckled with clusters of native oaks, pine and magnolia trees. Featuring strategic hazards and challenging greens, this championship caliber course demands accurate approach shots and consistent putting. With five sets of tees, the course now stretches from 4,933 to a new total yardage of 7,028 and invites competition from all skill levels.
 
Eighteen distinctive holes with Champion Dwarf Bermuda greens, presenting a great deal of variety and wildlife throughout make this truly a must-play for every Central Florida golfer.

Distance From Course: 5 miles

Grand Cypress

The North, South and East Nines offer a variety of mental and physical stimuli that, unlike other Orlando golf courses, test accuracy rather than strength and distance.
 
The original North-South combination, marked by sharply ledged fairways, tall shaggy mounds and plateau greens perched above water or sand, is a demanding, target-style test. The sportier, more wooded East Nine is more generous, with less bunkering allowing for more run-up shots. Test your skill on the beautiful East 5 island hole, which if you come up short, you may find yourself in the water.
 
Although the North, South and East Nines have their own distinct qualities, they complement each other beautifully to make three different 18 hole combinations. The North, South and East Nines offer a variety of tee boxes making the courses enjoyable for top level golfers and beginners as well.
 
 

Distance From Course: 10 miles

Reunion - Nicklaus

This Parkland-style layout is smooth and flowing, with long horizon lines and elevated tee boxes and greens. Yet The Nicklaus Course, a Signature Design by Jack Nicklaus, can be as deceptive as it is beautiful.

 
Designed to tempt golfers into hitting risky shots with potentially big payoffs, the course challenges the golfer to step up to the ball with a carefully organized series of shots in mind.

Distance From Course: 1 miles

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