Clarion Suites Maingate
7888 W. Irlo Bronson Hwy
Kissimmee, FL 34747
Phone: (407) 390-9888
Fax: (407) 390-0981
7888 W. Irlo Bronson Hwy , Kissimmee, FL, US, 34747
- Téléphone : (407) 390-9888
- Télécopie : (407) 390-0981
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Located on Highway 192 in bustling Kissimmee, this golf gear and gift shop lives up to its name. You'll spot it easily: it's difficult to miss a waterfall flowing at more than 20,000 gallons per minute. But that's just the beginning. Choose from two championship, 18-hole miniature golf courses to suit your tee-off tastes. And after you tally up your impressive golf score, stop into the gift shop, featuring a full line of Mickey Mouse and Florida T-shirts at reasonable prices. Golfed out? Shopped out? How about a double scoop of Haagen Dazs ice cream from the snack bar at Bonanza Golf & Gifts?
This 7,072 yard golfing extravagance was designed by pro golfer Arnold Palmer. The course challenges each golfing enthusiast through expansive fairways, winding greens that require detailed putting and shots. The winds make play even more interesting at this course. The resort course is a great place to relax and catch up on your game.
The "Reserve" is a 18 hole golf course at Orange Lake Resort. The 71 par course twists through green lawns that are well maintained. It is surrounded by natural wetlands home to several species of trees. The top class amenities makes your golfing experience even more pleasurable. A practice facility ensures that you practice your strokes even at night. It is also home to the McCord Golf Academy. The Reserve ranks high for those who want to practice and play professional golf.
There's plenty to keep you busy at this unusual 18-hole golf course! This is not like most miniature golf facilities; of two distinctly different courses, one is a sand course, the other a snow course, and each has 18 holes. Interactive elements are added to the fun and will keep everybody involved!
The phenomenal Mystic Dunes Golf Club opened in the summer of 2001 and is located in the heart of the Disney area. The course was designed by PGA Tour player and NBC golf analyst, Gary Koch. Challenging yet fun, this course consists of two distinctly different layouts that take advantage of the unique topography. This is a picturesque golf course with some forced water carries and very challenging greens. The "low country-style" eastern, front nine is reminiscent of classic Carolina-style courses, meandering through native wetlands and marsh areas, bordering oak and cypress forests. The western, back nine has the characteristics of a British Isles links course, with extensive perimeter mounding and pot bunkers as well as large, expansive, sandy waste areas bordering lush green, rolling, sweeping and perfectly manicured fairways. Water comes into play on just one hole - the extremely scenic and challenging par three -11 waterfall hole. Holes 15 through 18 have been called "four of the best finishing holes you'll find anywhere," according to Golf & Leisure Magazine.
When it's time for adults to take a break from the "family" vacation, check out this place. This self-proclaimed "supervised nighttime activity center for kids" specializes in entertaining youngsters from infants to age 12, while adults have an "Adult's Nite Out." A state licensed facility, it boasts a state-of-the-art security system, a full nursery, a 52-inch screen TV room, video and Nintendo games, arts and crafts, a full children's library and a huge self-contained play set. What more could a kid ask for? For that matter, what more could parents ask for?
This multi-million dollar sports complex sprawling across 200 acres can host more than 30 different types of sports, from aerobics to wrestling. It has hosted a broad spectrum of athletes, ranging from youth league competitors to leisure-time amateurs, seniors to college teams and professionals. The spring training home of the Atlanta Braves, this multi-purpose complex even has a Speedway for auto-racing. You can test your endurance at the Multi-Sports Experience facility and then head for the All-Star Cafe where you'll find memorabilia, an interactive game room and delicious food.
A premier venue for spring training baseball, this place is one of the larger and flashier ones. Formerly known as Cracker Jack Stadium, Champion Stadium boasts of a seating capacity of 9,500. Despite its size, spectators are never too far from the action, though the seating can get a bit confining. Open-air luxury seats are also available. It is the spring training home of the Atlanta Braves.
Disney's Palm Golf Course is an ideal destination for professionals, amateurs as well as learners of golf. The well-landscaped beautiful expanse of green is flanked by lakes making the surroundings peaceful enough for playing with a calm mind. All eighteen holes offer enough challenge to make the day an exciting one for all visitors. Check the website for further details.
The course at Celebration Golf Club was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and Robert Trent Jones, Jr. It was completed in 1996. Only one of its holes is free of water hazards. It is not long, but it is certainly narrow enough to present an adequate challenge. There are a variety of green sizes and shapes. Some are big and some are tiny. You will also hit your share of both long and short shots. The bunkering is sparse but efficient. The course is routed through a beautiful piece of wetland featuring an assortment of trees. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
Calling all Hollywood buffs—immerse yourself into movie lore and experience first-hand the magic of the silver screen. Disney's Hollywood Studios, formerly known as Disney-MGM Studios is a paradise for kids and adults alike. Surrounded by cherished Disney characters, one can enjoy events like the Disney Toy Story-inspired competition or a live performance of the hugely popular High School Musical 2. Added attractions include the variety of restaurants and eateries. Imaginatively designed, the Studios are a delight for tourists from all over.
This short, easy layout is designed for family golf and walking. Ron Garl is the architect, so the course is interesting despite its lack of length and difficulty. The greens are in superior condition and are very small. From the White tees, there are one par-5 of 489 yards, par-4s ranging from 260 to 378 yards, and two par-3s of 136 and 160 yards. This is a semi-private resort golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.