The Orlando area plays host to a huge variety of fun and recreation opportunities ranging from the city's world-renowned amusement parks to great biking and walking trails and some of the best golf courses in the state of Florida.  If you're looking to hit the links, there a handful of challenging and beautiful golf courses in Orlando.  Here are some of our favorites near Disney World.

 Meadow Woods Golf Course - Opened in 1987, Meadow Woods features 18 holes of lush greens and fairways with natural water hazards on the 15th and 18th holes.  Meadow Woods' signature hole is the par 4 13th hole boasting 415 yards and requiring a long approach shot over water to the green.
Stonegate Golf Club - Stonegate boasts two championship 18-hole courses, The Oaks and The Cypress.  Both are situated on pristine Florida wetlands and woodlands and each offers unique challenges for experienced and novice golfers alike.  Cypress is often compared to the rigorous courses of Scotland while The Oaks plays host to large fairways and greens.
Kissimmee Oaks Golf Club - For a scenic golf course in Orlando, look no further than Kissimmee Oaks Golf Club.  Located just minutes from the Disney area, Kissimmee Oaks boasts 100-year-old oak trees lining the course with graceful, sloping fairways and natural water hazards throughout.  Their large practice facility features 20 range stations along with separate chipping and putting greens.

Bayhill Golf Club - Bayhill is the premier golf course in Orlando and one of the most popular on the PGA Tour.  Golf on this pro-level course and enjoy 18 holes of the beautiful Florida landscape while getting your skills challenged to the fullest.
MetroWest Golf Club - Consistently voted as the best golf course in Orlando, MetroWest Golf Club is the place to be for a beautiful and fun golfing experience.  Located just minutes from the Universal Orlando Resort, MetroWest's 18 holes feature spring-fed lakes, mature native trees, expansive rolling fairways with dramatic elevation changes, and large undulating greens surrounded by sculpted bunkers.

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