The course is close to all if the Orlando attractions which makes it very easy to get to if your staying nearby.
The course was in excellent shape. It has four sets of tees. The starter recommended the black tees for scratch golfers, <10 handicap for the green tees,> 10 for the gold tees and the whites for women, juniors, and seniors. We started playing the gold tees but moved back to the blues on about 2/3 the holes so that we would play different clubs on our approach shots. The golds were short, so you would hit driver and <9 iron on most par 4's. a few of us hit through the fairway on several holes. But this should not have happened if we paid more attention to the GPS unit on the carts which are excellent with a lot of info ( including the distance from the other carts).
The pace of play was excellent -- we finished in 4:20 with a starting time of 9:33.
There was not a lot of trouble off the tee and hardly any carries over water ( the first tee was one of the exceptions). But, the greens were really tough , as were the pin placements the day we played. Most of the greens look large but where you are on the green relative to the pin was huge. Many greens had large slopes and multiple tiers. I am not sure any of us had a flat putt all day. So, 3-puting was pretty common in our group. Also, the greens are protected with a lot of steep sided bunkers which were also really challenging. And, most greens were elevated up to create steep run-offs - so if you miss the green or don't hold the green don't expect to find the ball sitting just off the fringe. Normally they ran off 10 to 15 yards. The greens were very receptive and putted true -- just very hard to read. Fortunately the day we played there was almost no wind, but I can imagine this course would be tough in high winds.
The staff was excellent, the beverage cart very timely, and just a fun place to play.
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