Orlando Golf for Business Groups
Whether your meeting attendees have mastered their golf game or just enjoy opportunities for casual play and relaxation in gorgeous settings, turn them loose on Orlando’s one-of-a-kind golf courses. Combined with year-round play and greens fees to fit any budget, Orlando is a true golfer’s paradise. Spread out and enjoy our great outdoors as you tee up for golf in Orlando!
Please note: Depending on the timing of your visit, some experiences may be temporarily modified or closed. Learn more about healthy business travel in Orlando, and check with your favorite golf courses for their current status.
On the Green
Many of golf’s biggest legends and sought-after designers have created golf courses in Orlando, inviting meeting attendees to master some of the most gorgeous, challenging greens they will ever play. One of the most prestigious in that regard can be found in the heart of Orlando: Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge, home to the Arnold Palmer Invitational Presented by Mastercard. More Palmer designs await at Shingle Creek Golf Club, adjacent to International Drive, and Orange Lake Resort, close to Walt Disney World® Resort.
Speaking of Disney, the three exceptional courses at Walt Disney World Golf are operated by Arnold Palmer Golf Management. Your group will find another Palmer design at Reunion Resort Golf Courses, which is also the only club in the world with courses created by Palmer, Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus. You can even play footgolf on Disney’s Oak Trail golf course. The 9-hole FootGolf course is certified by the American FootGolf League (AFGL).
There are more pros where they came from. For instance, Reese Jones’ designs can be played at Waldorf Astoria® Golf Club. For Greg Norman, hit The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Orlando, Grande Lakes, then tackle Jack Nicklaus-designed golf at Grand Cypress Golf Club. You can also introduce your group to Tom Fazio’s approach to course design at Tranquilo Golf Club at Four Seasons Resort Orlando, or nine holes from celebrated course architect Ron Garl at Grande Vista Golf Club. We even have the Rees Jones-designed Waldorf Astoria® Golf Club.
Other popular courses include those at Hawk’s Landing Golf Club. Best of all, these and other courses are all centrally located to our convention district. Fore!