Mystic Dunes Golf Club
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Mystic Dunes Golf Club

7900 Palms Pkwy, Kissimmee,Florida,34747
Type: Public
No. Holes: 18
(407) 787-5678
Detailed description

Mystic Dunes Golf Club, is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Kissimmee, Florida

Mystic Dunes first opened for play in July of 2001. The course was designed by Gary Koch, as in Gary Koch Golf, Inc., former PGA Tour player, and television analyst.

Nearly every green complex at Mystic Dunes is notable, for either its extreme contour or for the dramatic yet supple shaping surrounding them. To envision them, one needs to think in three dimensions, in elevations. Some of them are as undulating and profound as greens can be, containing rises and swales that differ as much as five feet. The extreme greens are reminescent of those done by Alister MacKenzie.

There is an diversity among the holes. While most of the property is sandy and exposed, the back nine detours through a portion of wetlands and existing trees, thereby changing the complexion of the course at the turn.

At only 7,012 yards, Mystic Dunes is not brutish, but due to the hole configuration and a par of 71, it plays as long as 7,012 can. The par fours are aligned as defensive strings, with an early succession of four in a row (three through six), followed by another group of five (nine through thirteen). From the tips, three of these measure 485 yards or longer, and five are 380 yards or less. The 496-yard 5th and the 508-yard 11th are so excessive in their yardage that they basically defy par (the par five 510-yard 15th is only two yards longer than the 11th), but also serve as indicators of where hole-design might be heading in the age of unchecked equipment advances.

The Mystic Dunes Golf Club Golf Course plays to a par-71 and maximum distance of 7,012 yards. Five sets of tee boxes offer every level of golfer the ability to play from the distance that makes a round of golf enjoyable and with just enough challenge to keep the player’s interest piqued. Back tees (Black) are reserved for the professional or low-single digit handicap amateur only.