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Scott K.
Report | a month ago
This place was a lot of fun! Took daughter for a day. The course was easy for us and very enjoyable, because it is at a resort. Players were not in a big hurry like you see at many private clubs. Only complain: it was difficult to find Cranes Bend!
Report | 4 months ago
Be patient with grumpy employees in pro shop
Michael A.
Report | 9 months ago
Great challenging course, customer service was outstanding!
Barbara .
Report | a year ago
Come early and do it all - very easy- very reasonable and fun course to play
Mark p.
Report | a year ago
Enjoy the beautiful courses
Report | a year ago
Club Tee off times should be explained to new visitors on arrival, and off limits areas to Groupon carriers should also be stated at check in. Staff was courteous and helpful the entire visit. We had a great time.
Sharon h.
Report | a year ago
It's a no cash resort so take a debit or credit card to charge things on.
Kelly K.
Report | a year ago
Take advantage of the range balls to warm up. Use the practice putting green to get used to the speed of the greens. Very well maintained course; stretches the skills for beginners & a good warm up course for proficient golfers.
mary t.
Report | a year ago
Nice course for a short play, great for kids
Charmin T.
Report | a year ago
Mostly short holes but a good way to spend a hot day in February when you're from Minnesota!
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The splendid fairways of four scenic golf courses blanket the grounds at Orange Lake Resort, drawing in clubbers with layouts designed by some of golf?s premier architects. Originally crafted by Joe Lee?whose resum? includes the Dubsdread course, recent host of the PGA Tour?s BMW Championship?The Reserve has since been refurbished by Mike Dasher to challenge golfers with more bunkers, water hazards, and pelicans trained to give bad reads on every green. Arnold Palmer?s course-design company lent its skills to two fittingly named courses: The Legends, a 7,071-yard course that incorporates both open, links-style elements and pine-lined, woodland holes in a seamless layout, and Legends Walk, a nine-hole executive course with five sets of tees and lights for post-sunset pin hunting. The nine-hole Crane?s Bend course rounds out the quartet with an undulating utopia encircling a pristine lake where a central fountain showers the water with a steady mist and the freshly liberated spirits of drowned golf balls.

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