Eagle Creek Golf Club
10350 Emerson Lake Boulevard
Ranked 4 1/2 Stars by Golf Digest’s Places to Play, the highest rating given to any course in Florida!
Eagle Creek Golf Club is a new 18-hole, 7198 yard Championship Orlando Golf Club designed by world renowned golf architect Ron Garl and European designer, Howard Swan.
Eagle Creek Golf Club is the only Par 73 golf course in Central Florida, offering five par 5’s, genuine Scottish style revetted bunkers and Florida’s first Mini-Verde Greens.
Eagle Creek Golf Club’s vintage New England manor clubhouse features a full-service Pro Shop, private men’s and women’s locker rooms with showers, panoramic restaurant with a spectacular course view and outdoor balcony seating, private banquet facilities, outdoor snack bar with seating, plus pre-set boardroom equipped with conference table and chairs. One of the finest new Orlando golf courses.
In its first nine months of play in Orlando, Eagle Creek Golf Club was voted among the Top 10 New Courses in Orlando, Florida by Travel and Leisure Magazine since 2000.
In addition, Eagle Creek Golf Club has played host to a number of tournaments including the 2005 PGA Pro/AM Tournament Series and The Golf Channel Employee Tournament. Orlando’s Eagle Creek Golf Club was the host of the 2005 Buick Scramble National Finals and the Edwin Watts Golf Tour, among others.
DIRECTIONS: FROM ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Take the South Exit out of the airport to 417 NORTH. Go approximately 2 miles to Narcoosse Rd. exit. At the end of the ramp turn right and go about 1.5 miles to the entrance of the golf course on the left hand side.
Mears Transportation shuttle available from the airport from baggage claim to Eagle Creek Golf Club. Call 407-423-5566 for more information.
DIRECTIONS: FROM DOWNTOWN ORLANDO
Take 408 East to 417 South
Merge onto 417 South
Take Narcoossee Road Exit
Past toll booth, turn LEFT onto Narcoossee Road South
Go approximately 2 miles south to entrance of the golf course on the left hand side.
Ron Garl, Howard Swan
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