Whether you arrive for an early morning tee-off, a weekend tournament, or an afternoon round of 18 holes, Reunion Resort's three signature golf courses will offer an unparalleled golf experience in Orlando. Reunion is the only destination in the world featuring courses designed by iconic PGA legends Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, and Tom Watson all in the same place.
Champions Gate Golf Club
ChampionsGate Golf Club in Orlando, Florida features two premier 18-hole championship golf courses designed by accomplished architect and golfer, Greg Norman. Together, the National and International golf courses bring a unique combination to Orlando Golf. Two totally different Greg Norman signature designs married with Florida’s natural habitat, with every hole featuring beautiful natural vistas.
Mystic Dunes Golf Club
Visit Mystic Dunes for 80-foot elevation changes, rolling sand dunes, beautiful oaks, and vast wetland areas. Our “low country” style back nine is reminiscent of classic Carolina courses, meandering through native wetlands and marsh areas, bordering oak and cypress forests. The front nine features the characteristics of a British Isles links course, with extensive perimeter mounding and pot bunkers, and lush, rolling fairways.
Celebration Golf Club
It’s here that you’ll do more than play a course—you’ll feel what it’s like to play the final course co-designed by the renowned masters of golf course architecture, Robert Trent Jones Senior and Junior. It’s lush, almost like a natural park with undulating swells and topography, a course reflective of the very best of every course they have created around the world.
Shingle Creek Golf Club
Designed by the renowned Arnold Palmer Design Company, the Palmer legacy is found in a handcrafted course with design features reminiscent of the finest classics in the world. Strategy and variety are front and center with some of the course’s features to harken back to the golden age of golf course design. Elevated greens and strategically placed bunkers are surrounded by enchanting flora and wildlife. Green complexes with fairway-cut surrounds or runoff areas give golfers of all levels more forgiveness and entertaining strategic options.