Orange Tree Golf Club’s challenging 18-hole championship golf course offers golfers of all abilities a thrilling golf experience amidst beautifully manicured surroundings.

One of Orlando’s premier golf courses, Orange Tree Golf Club’s beautifully manicured 18-hole golf course is designed for all levels of play, and consists of five sets of tees ranging in total length from 5,183 yards from the Ladies’ tees to 7,036 yards from the Championship tees.

Designed by Joe Lee and built in 1972, the golf course features tight tree-lined fairways, challenging doglegs, several water hazards, and fast, subtly contoured greens. With Bermuda grass on both fairways and greens, the course presents itself in immaculate condition all year round.

The course is a stern but fair test of a golfer’s game, and culminates with three spectacular finishing holes. Holes 16, 17, and 18, also known as “The Loop”, offer picturesque views, but demand precision to successfully negotiate the water, out-of-bounds, and other hazards. They are three of the best finishing holes anywhere.

The club features a full range of practice facilities including a driving range, putting green, and a short-game facility.

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Course Tour

Tour Orange Tree Golf Club’s challenging 18-hole layout and get playing tips from the professional.

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Front 9 Holes

“This 565 yard Par 5 requires 3 precise shots to an undulating green that is surrounded by bunkers left and water right.”Hole 1 Distances

-David Damesworth PGA

This is a 528 yard Par 5 that is reachable after a good drive. Hole 2 DistancesThe undulating green and big front bunker make this hole tough.

This 390 yard Par 4 requires an accurate shot off the tee. A large challenging Hole 3 Distancesbunker in front of the green requires you to control your distance on your second shot.

This picturesque Par 4 requires an accurate shot off the tee. The green is Hole 4 Distancessurrounded by bunkers on all sides. A good shot into the green could lead to an easy birdie.

Hole 5 DistancesThis Par 3 requires a solid midiron shot to a green surrounded by bunkers. Be sure to control your distance as a shot to the front of the green to a back pin will lead to a very difficult 2 putt.

Hole 6 DistancesAn accurate tee shot is crucial here with out-of-bounds looming on both sides of the fairway. A well placed second shot will lead to a very makeable birdie.

Hole 7 DistancesThis brutal Par 3 requires an accurate long iron approach to a very small undulating green. A misplaced iron could lead to an easy bogey.

Hole 8 DistancesThis short par 4 can sneak up on you if you’re not careful. A good drive will leave you a short iron into this very undulating green. Distance control is crucial on your second shot.

Hole 9 DistancesThis picturesque dogleg left is a risk/reward hole. You can cut the dog leg and make it shorter to the hole but be careful on how much you cut off. A good drive will leave a mid-shot iron into a large green.

Back 9 Holes

Hole 10 DistancesThis reachable Par 5 is the calm before the storm on the back nine. A good drive will leave you a risk/reward second shot into a well protected green.

-David Damesworth PGA

Hole 11 DistancesDon’t let the beauty of this hole make you too comfortable. A midiron shot into a small, undulating green protected by water and bunker make this Par 3 very challenging.

Hole 12 DistancesA good drive down the left side of the fairway is required with the fairway sloping left to right toward the bunker through the fairway. A second shot placed toward the middle of the green will lead to a relatively flat putt.

Hole 13 DistancesThis dogleg right Par 4 requires a good tee shot at the bunkers through the fairway. Don’t get to greedy as a shot to the right will leave you behind tall Oak trees.

Hole 14 DistancesThis short Par 4 can sneak up on you. A well placed drive is required as water guards the left side of the fairway and out-of-bounds to the right.

Hole 15 DistancesThis simple straight away Par 4 is protected by several bunkers both by the fairway and the green. Keep your drive down the left side as a shot toward the right bunkers will be trouble.

Hole 16 DistancesThe start of the ‘LOOP’. This Par 5 is a great combination of beauty and demandingness. Any astray shot will lead to a big number as water guards every shot.

Hole 17 DistancesThis Par 3 requires a controlled shot that is all carry over water. With a green depth of only 20 paces you better judge your distance or you’ll end up swimming or on the beach.

Hole 18 DistancesThis demanding hole can leave a sour taste in your mouth if you’re not careful. A well placed drive down the left side will leave a mid/long iron shot into a green protected by water. A bail out to the left on your second shot will leave a reasonable shot at an up and down.

Orange Tree Golf Club’s challenging 18-hole championship golf course offers golfers of all abilities a thrilling golf experience amidst beautifully manicured surroundings.

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Course Etiquette and Dress Code

Orange Tree Golf Club is an exclusive, upscale golf club. To ensure that our club continues to be enjoyed by all members and their guests, we ask that certain standards of dress and golf etiquette be maintained.