Considered one of the top 20 courses in the state, Timacuan in Lake Mary features 18 unique holes that will challenge and inspire golfers of all skill levels.
The par-71 course sprawls 7,000 yards from the tips and offers one of the most strenuous opening nines in Florida. It was designed by architect Ron Garl in 1987 and recently updated by designer Bobby Weed.
Timacuan has a course rating of 73.5 and a slope rating of 137.
The 18-hole, par-72 Mayfair course in Sanford is 6,400 yards from the longest tees. With a course rating of 68.7 and a slope rating of 117, the historic course has been named one of the "Best Places to Play" by Golf Digest and one of the top three public courses by Orlando Magazine.
Mayfair opened in 1927 and was designed by legendary golf course architect Donald Ross.
Designed by renowned golf architect Tom Fazio, Alaqua Lakes' 18-hole, par-72 course tests and inspires players of all experience levels.
Covering 7,160 yards, the Legacy Club in Longwood has a course rating of 74.9 and a slope rating of 140. It is the only golf course in Central Florida to be recognized as an Audubon International Signature Certified Sanctuary.
The Legacy Club opened in 1998.
One of the most unique courses in Central Florida, Magnolia Plantation in Lake Mary capitalizes on its proximity to the Wekiva River to create a serene, yet challenging, environment for golfers.
The 18-hole, par-72 course opened in 2005 and was designed by Dave Harmon. It features 7,175 yards of golf, a course rating of 75.2 and a slope rating of 144.
The par-72 Walkabout championship course is located in Mims, right along Florida's Space Coast. Surrounded by lakes, native vegetation and wildlife, it offers a taste of Australia and a bonus par-3 19th hole shaped like the continent.
Walkabout opened in 2003. It stretches 6,956 yards from the longest tees and has a course rating of 74.3 and a slope rating of 143.
The course was designed by Perry Dye and LPGA championship golfer Jan Stephenson.
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