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- $36 for an 18-hole round of golf for two with cart rental and an extra-large bucket of balls each, valid before 11 a.m. (a $72 value)
- $24 for an 18-hole round of golf for two with cart rental and an extra-large bucket of balls each, valid after 3 p.m. (a $48 value)
- $69 for an 18-hole round of golf for four with two cart rentals and an extra-large bucket of balls each, valid before 11 a.m. (a $144 value)
- $45 for an 18-hole round of golf for four with two cart rentals and an extra large bucket of balls each, valid after 3 p.m. (a $96 value)
Zellwood Station Golf Club
When picking the location for the championship course at Zellwood Station Golf Club, architect George Maddox discovered hilly terrain not often seen at Floridian links. He made the most of this undulating ground as he designed four doglegs that loop around a dry lake, nicknamed Crater Junction, and also devised a treacherous ninth hole. Known as the Train Wreck, this obstacle is infamous for its long fairway and sharp dogleg left. Today, head golf professional Christopher C. Tyler presides over the course’s bermuda-grass fairways and its expansive greens, which putt fast and true. Before facing down the landscape, golfers can figure out which of their balls are afraid of heights by sending them flying from one of a dozen hitting stations at the driving range.
Despite its impressive course and welcoming clubhouse, Zellwood Station Golf Club isn’t resting on its laurels; the club has plans to debut four new holes, a 10,000-square-foot practice chipping-and-putting facility, and a new driving range before the end of 2012.