It’s difficult to hit a target from far away, which is why holes in one are rare and the Goodyear blimp has never been shot successfully with an arrow. Drive hard with a vengeance, thanks to this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$15 for an all-day golf package for one (up to a $40 value)
$28 for an all-day golf package for two (up to an $80 value)<p> For both options, each player receives the following
- One day of unlimited golf at Legends Walk, a nine-hole executive course
- Rental clubs
- Range balls<p>
Orange Lake Resort
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 resumé 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.
Orange Lake Resort
The scenic fairways, greens, and hazards of four golf courses blanket the grounds at Orange Lake Resort, drawing in golfers with layouts designed by some of the game's premier architects. Beyond the signature course designed by Arnold Palmer, the resort makes use of native pines, wetlands, and flowing water in a pair of nine-hole executive courses. Each of the courses also sells name-brand apparel, accessories, and equipment in their onsite pro shops. In addition, a full range of practice facilities—from lighted driving ranges to putting greens and chipping greens—lets golfers hone their skills before their big-stakes auditions for the Tin Cup sequel.
Elsewhere on the resort, visitors can relax in a 1,200-foot-long lazy river, tan on beaches surrounding an 80-acre lake, or explore the bars, restaurants, and shopping centers that populate four villages covering 1,450 acres of the Orlando tropics.
8505 W Irlo Bronson Hwy.
Kissimmee, Florida 34747