Orange Tree Golf Club’s challenging 18-hole championship course is a stern but fair test of a golfer’s game. Tour each hole with a playing tip from our golf professionals by clicking a hole number below.

Be sure to view our signature holes: #1, #11, and The Loop: #16, #17, #18.

Hole #1

Par: 5

566 552 532
503 409 369

This opening three shot par five is a dogleg left and the #1 handicap hole for a reason. A lay-up shot down the right side of the fairway will set up a short club into this undulating green that slopes hard toward the water.

Hole #2

Par: 5

525 499 464
422 375 318

Rear back and hit a good drive here but don’t forget about OB on the left and the penalty area down the right. This par 5 is reachable by the longer hitters. Avoid the greenside bunkers and keep your ball on the correct tier on this green.

Hole #3

Par: 4

378 370 342
327 312 246

This tee shot requires precision down the left center of the fairway with bunkers on the left and large oak trees on the right. Avoid the front bunkers on the second shot and you could have a good look at birdie.

Hole #4

Par: 4

431 395 379
329 305 236

Hit your driver to this larger fairway that funnels toward the middle. Avoid the left bunker and you will have a scoring club into this large green that slopes back to front.

Hole #5

Par: 3

182 171 157
134 126 105

This par 3 has two big tiers and is surrounded by bunkers. Hit it hole high and you will have a chance at birdie.

Hole #6

Par: 4

381 372 362
333 319 264

Hit your fairway finder. This narrow par 4 has OB down both sides of the hole. Avoid the deep bunker at the front of the green on your second shot.

Hole #7

Par: 3

206 195 181
167 139 104

Our hardest par 3 on the course requires an accurate tee shot to a two-tiered green. Par is a great score here.

Hole #8

Par: 4

384 372 356
321 311 256

This shorter par 4 is a straightaway hole, but find the fairway as the green is one of the hardest to hit on the course. If the pin is on the right side, keep your second shot left of the hole, and pin high is key.

Hole #9

Par: 4

444 392 376
333 324 278

Hit it high and hard on this dogleg left par 4. Avoid the large oak trees on the left for a shorter second shot. Make sure to select the correct club to our largest green.

Hole #10

Par: 5

502 492 474
456 411 356

This par 5 is reachable for most longer hitters as it doglegs slightly to the left. Avoid the small pot bunker short right of the green and a birdie is attainable.

Hole #11

Par: 3

197 162 150
137 122 84

This intimidating par 3 is friendlier than it looks. Keep your tee shot to the right side of the green regardless of hole location. The left side of the green slopes away from the player and is difficult to hold. A two putt from the right side is the goal.

Hole #12

Par: 4

418 394 370
333 294 252

This par 4 requires a precise tee shot just short or left of the right fairway bunker and a mid-iron for most players to a larger green that slopes mostly left to right. Four is a good score here.

Hole #13

Par: 4

386 364 348
312 302 243

This hole demands a precise tee shot down the left center of the fairway to provide the best angle on this dogleg right par 4. Avoid being over this green as out of bounds creeps up quickly.

Hole #14

Par: 4

384 375 353
325 293 245

This narrow par 4 requires placement off the tee with water all down the left side of this hole and OB down the right. The green slopes mostly left to right and a pin high approach is the key.

Hole #15

Par: 4

393 377 353
335 325 276

A straightaway par 4 with a fairway that slopes mostly right to left. This green has many hole locations. Make sure you’re on the right plateau.

Hole #16

Par: 5

564 539 522
437 428 357

Our famous finishing holes, The Loop, starts with this par 5, and is reachable for some of the longer hitters. Avoid the water down the right and OB down the left. A good layup down the left center of the fairway will give you a short wedge into this very undulating green.

Hole #17

Par: 3

209 186 161
137 112 82

A very picturesque par 3, but stay focused on selecting the right club as short shots will find a watery grave. Get your ball pin high and you will have a good look at birdie.

Hole #18

Par: 4

415 398 380
355 303 258

This par 4 is the second hardest hole on the course and requires a very precise tee shot with big oak trees on the left and water down the right. Keep your second shot left of the flag to avoid the water. Par is a great score here. Then celebrate with a cold beverage on our 19th hole.

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Our Practice Facilities

Driving Range

Our long range area is over 300 yards and features 16 hitting bays, full flight practice balls, a variety of targets, and a private teaching area for lessons.

Putting Green

Our 10,000 square foot undulating putting green features the same Champion Bermuda as the golf course, so you will find a true test of what you can expect during your round.

Short Game

Our short game area features a 4000 square foot chipping green with three target flags. The landing area is leveled, providing a true test of how your pitch and chip shots are releasing toward the pin. Practice shots up to 70 yards, or sand shots in either of our two greenside bunkers.