ChampionsGate Golf Resort

ChampionsGate Golf Resort has two regulation 18-hole courses, the National Course and the International Course. Together, the National and International golf courses bring a unique combination to Orlando Golf. Two totally different Greg Norman signature designs married with Florida’s natural habitat, with every hole featuring beautiful natural vistas. With its 36 holes of championship golf, its Orlando’s best golf outing and tournament venue. ChampionsGate Golf Club The Orlando Golf Resort’s clubhouse hosts a top 100 golf shop, and the Pipers Grille sports lounge. Come enjoy a libation on the verandah at sunset, listen to the famous piper, and enjoy the panoramic views of ChampionsGate’s golf courses.

The International Course

The International Course brings a unique style of coastal links from Greg Norman’s homeland of Austrailia to Orlando. The links style course is designed around scenic natural wetlands, and features long carries, deep pot bunkers, tall grass-topped dunes, and large undulating greens. The international course has hosted many of the top players in golf, including the Father Son Tournament from 2003-2008. The International Course was recently ranked no. 9 in the top overall ranked courses by GOLF Advisor. The 7,363-yard links-style International Course is home to sprawling greens and wind-swept dunes, featuring 18 of the most dramatic and challenging holes in the state.

The National Course

The National Course is a completely different experience, and is designed in the “Florida golf resort” style. The lush Orlando golf course weaves its way through the naturally rolling central Florida plains, and features mature Pine, Oak and Cypress groves, spring fed lakes, bunker protection fariways and greens, and small challenging putting surfaces. With four sets of tees, Golfers of all abilities will be able to play from a distance that suits their game. The Par 72 ChampionsGate National Golf Course measures 7,128 yards from the blacks, with a demanding rating of 75.2 and a slope of 138. The remaining tee boxes are blues at 6427/133 slope, the whites at 5937 /124, and the reds at 5150/117.