Kissimmee Bay Country Club – Kissimmee, FL
Holes: 18 Par: 71 Yardage: 6,830 Architect: Lloyd Clifton
Within one visit to Kissimmee Bay, you will understand why it was nominated one of America’s “Best New Courses” by Golf Digest. Century-old oaks, towering cypress trees, plenty of water hazards and friendly sand hill cranes provide the backdrop for a first class golf experience. The course, opened in 1990 and designed by Lloyd Clifton, is a traditional 6,830-yard, par-71, southern-style championship golf course. The layout was cut from an old oak forest, and features lofty cypress trees, a dozen intriguing and challenging water hazards, and the presence of friendly Sandhill Cranes.
A unique feature of the club is a permanent display of golf equipment and memorabilia in the Langley Golf Museum, a private collection of more than 1000 rare and antique golf items. Only 10 minutes from Orlando Int’l Airport and just a mile from it’s sister course, Remington Golf Club, this course has become a must-play in the Orlando area.
2801 Kissimmee Bay Blvd – Map It!
Kissimmee, FL 34744