Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge
Orange County National Golf Center and Lodge in Orlando, Florida is the perfect location for the Core Golf Junior Academy.
The outstanding courses and practice facilities at Orange County National attract hundreds of professional golfers and elite amateurs, creating an atmosphere of passion for the game and a drive for excellence.
Award-winning Orange County boasts two championship courses (site of the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament in 2003, 05, and 07), a 9-hole academy course, and an extensive short game practice area on 922 acres of rolling terrain. Five sets of tees ranging from 7,493 yards to 5,094 yards allow students the option of playing at various lengths.
Core Golf students also practice on OCN’s legendary circular practice facility, the world’s largest range. With the ever-changing winds and the variety of slopes on the range, students can replicate many different course situations by practicing in all kinds of conditions and from various lies. The range is so large, there is always fresh turf and lots of room for students and instructors.
OCN also features on-site lodging for parents and friends just a few steps from the first tee. Fitness facilities are easily accessible. The lodge even has its own lighted putting green.
Orange County has won numerous awards, including:
- Golf Digest ‘Best Places to Play’ 1999-2008
- GOLF Magazine ‘Top 10 You Can Play’
- Golf World Reader’s Choice Awards: ‘#1 Public Course in Florida, #8 Public Course in the U.S.’
At Orange County National, Core Golf Junior Academy students play and practice in the footsteps of greatness.
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