Orange Lake Golf Resort is a Resort 54 hole golf facility located in Orlando Florida. The facility has two 18 hole courses, they are The Legends Course and The Reserve Course. Additionally, Orange Lake Golf Resort has two short 9 hole courses, The Crane's Bend Course and The Legends Walk Course.
The Legends Golf Course at Orange Lake first opened for play in 1998. The course was designed by Arnold Palmer.
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 challenging round of golf, with water bordering on 10 holes.
The Links Nine has wide-open nine will bring windy conditions into play that can make club selection challenging. Strategically contoured greens require well-placed approach shots and precision putting. The longest of Orange Lake's challenging golf holes at 610 yards, The Links hole #4 is a good warm-up before venturing into "The Pines".
Towering pines and oaks, winding fairways and flowing water are the backdrop of The Pine (back) Nine. Tee shots are launched between openings cut through the trees. A wayward shot here could result in a ball pushed deep in the woods. Much like the classic courses of North Carolina, proper club selection and accuracy are required to successfully navigate through The Pines. The Island Oak, hole #13, is the feature hole at The Legends course.
The course has multiple sets of tee boxes to ensure that all skill levels can enjoy a challenging round. Driving range available during the day.
Teal tees: par-72, 7,072 yards, 74.3 / 132
Black tees: par-72, 6,665 yards, 72.0 / 129
Blue tees: par-72, 6,263 yards, 70.3 / 124
White tees: par-72, 5,780 yards, 67.5 / 121
Yellow tees: par-72, 5,188 yards, 69.6 / 120