5 nights, 4 rounds
Book by 12/04/14. Traveling now through 12/18/14.
Orange Lake Stay & Play
Kissimmee, Florida (Orlando Area)
Hot Deal Includes:
- 5 nights at Orange Lake Resort (based on four golfers sharing a 2-bdrm unit on this promotion only).
- 2 rounds of golf with cart on Orange Lake's Legends course.
- 2 rounds of golf with cart on Orange Lake's Reserve course.
- Some restrictions may apply.
For reservations call 407-551-4519. Reference package code O-VICBEST.
Lodging & Course Information
Orange Lake Resort is a beautiful 1100-acre, full-service resort featuring four courses with 54 holes of championship golf that will challenge any skill level. The Legends, designed by Arnold Palmer, is the signature 18-hole course. The Reserve, an 18-hole design by Mike Dasher, and the executive style nine holes at Cranes Bend are equally impressive. Orange Lake also offers a nine-hole walking course called the Legends Walk designed by Arnold Palmer; it is the only course in Central Florida lit for night play. Orange Lake Resort, with over 2,400 units/villas, provides both two-bedroom and th...More info
~ 0.55 miles (Not Driving Distance)
Make sure to check out Orange Lake Resort's other signature gem, The Reserve. This memorable par-71 golf experience highlights the harmony between perfectly manicured MiniVerde greens and the carefully preserved surrounding wetlands, home to a variety of native plants and wildlife. A product of this masterful $8.5 million renovation and redesign of the The Resort Courses' Orange, Lake and Cypress nines in 2005, architect Mike Dasher has taken this section of the first course, originally designed by Joe Lee, and turned it into one of Orlando's more challenging golf experiences. Check out those ...More info
~ 2.1 miles (Not Driving Distance)
Opened in 1998 as a tribute to golf legend Arnold Palmer and hotel business magnate Kemmons Wilson, Orange Lake's Legends has quickly become one of Orlando's most popular courses. Laid out by Palmer Course Design, the course provides two distinct nine-hole layouts. The front side has been named The Links Nine for its open feel, which reminds one of playing the great links of Scotland and Ireland. The back nine, or The Pines, has tight, tree-lined fairways similar to the great American layouts in the Pinehurst area of North Carolina. Combined, the course provides an extremely entertaining and c...More info