The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club at Grande Lakes offers an extraordinary experience to golfers of all caliber. Experience a challenging and beautiful Orlando golf course with unprecedented personal attention. Experience the thrill of an 18-hole, par-72 Greg Norman Signature Golf Course, set in a natural world of wonder and seclusion.
Set within the pristine Headwaters of the Florida Everglades and surrounded by magnificent pines, palmettos, and live oaks, this distinguished Orlando golf resort offers a luxury experience unlike any other in the area.
Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, designed by two-time British Open Champion Greg Norman, combines an array of features to provide a challenging yet fair test of golf. The course requires players to think their way through an array of water hazards, strategically placed bunkers, and demanding greens complexes, always meticulously groomed.
Preservation of the area's well-balanced ecosystem was specially emphasized during the course design and construction process. Golfers are surrounded by an area thriving with ponds, wetlands, live oaks, and cypress heads. The result is a breathtakingly beautiful course enhanced by rare natural elements.
The service level and overall experience rivals that of the finest clubs anywhere and sets itself apart from other Orlando Florida golf courses; an extraordinary Caddie Concierge program being a great example of this 'private club' ambiance.
• 18-hole, Greg Norman Signature Golf Course
• Optional Caddie Concierge Program
• Contoured greens and generous landing areas
• Five sets of tees, for varying shot options
• Closely mowed turf, inviting creative play
• Short roughs to enhance enjoyment
• Elegant clubhouse, including pro shop
• Fairways Pub, specialty restaurant
The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Orlando, Grande Lakes is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. Endorsed by the United States Golf Association, the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses provides information and excellence to help golf courses preserve and enhance wildlife habitat, and protect national resources.