Waldorf Astoria Golf Club is a resort/public 18 hole golf course located in Orlando, Florida.
The Waldorf Astoria Golf Club Golf Course first opened for play in late 2009. The course was designed by Rees Jones.
The Waldorf Astoria Golf Club is not a Disney property, but it is surrounded on three sides by the Disney Resort. The course will serve guests of two new hotels, the Waldorf Astoria Orlando and the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek. The course is located where the former Eagle Pines golf course had been situated (Pete Dye-designed Eagle Pines course closed in the summer of 2007).
The Waldorf Astoria Golf Club course plays to a maximum distance of 7113 yards with a Par 72, Slope 130, and 72.5 from the tips. There are also four other sets of tees to accommodate all skill levels.
The course is a classic Florida parkland style of layout with cypress, pine, and palm tree-lined fairways, water on all but three holes, and well bunkered. The greens are small and elevated greens, undulating, and well guarded by wetlands, water, or bunkers. The holes are visually arresting from tee to green and require intelligent management of the game. Bunkers are carved to be reminiscent of the hazards designed on courses a century ago. Majestic stands of pine and cypress trees line the fairways. Overall, the course is very well landscaped with first-class facilities, conditions, service, and with no houses or development on the course.
$101 (cart included), played on Tuesday, May 2014 at 6am
great layout greens were spotty as there were just punched and topdressed prior to my playing there
$101 (cart included), played on Tuesday, March 2010 at 8am
The staff was very helpful but you were paying for the name of Waldorf Astoria more than the condition of the course. There are other courses near by that are less expensive and just as enjoyable to play.
$151 (cart included), played on Sunday, April 2010 at 8am
Great Course, Very Difficult to shoot low scores.
Latest Golf Course Reviews
$76 (cart included), played on Thursday, September 2014 at noon
Relatively new course in great condition in spite of receiving quite a bit of rain over the previous few days.