Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista, a Rosen Hotel
8442 Palm Pkwy.
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32836
Phone: (407) 996-7300
Fax: (407) 996-1475
Grand Cypress Academy of Golf at Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress Resort is a premier golf training institute. The academy has solutions for everything in golf training. 21 acres with many golf schools, lessons, clinics with personalized training for all. Membership will allow you to play on the 45 holes of Jack Nicklaus designed golf course. Having won countless awards the place offers advanced teaching methods and all instructors are award-winning PGA Class A certified. They also offer a Junior program and their champs include Vicky Hurst and Michael 'Mustang' Tang.
Located on lovely Lake Bryan, just off State Road 535 and minutes from the theme parks and International Drive, Buena Vista Watersports is a perfect way to spend the day with some good, old-fashioned Florida fun. You can rent a jet-ski or a boat, or you can try water-skiing with a short lesson for few hours of learning at Dave's Water-skiing School.
Disney's Typhoon Lagoon is a dynamic water park with much more than just water slides, although it does have those in abundance. At Shark Reef, if you dare, you can snorkel in salt water with real sharks and tropical fish. Go early or stay late to learn how to surf in one of the world's largest wave pools. If you are searching for a more classic water park, Typhoon Lagoon has these attractions as well. Take a ride on the slow and relaxing Castaway Creek, let the little ones play in Ketchakiddee Creek, or go for the big thrills with speed slides or a water coaster!
If you've got stamina, you can play the whole 36 holes of miniature golf here. This course is inspired by the Walt Disney film Fantasia. Fun for the whole family, everyone will enjoy the enchanting characters and course design that is typical Disney creativity. Walt Disney World loves to add contemporary touches, so this golf adventure includes interactive elements.
Equipped with GPS technology, Lake Buena Vista Golf Course is truly remarkable. The course itself is beautiful and spectacular. Winding through pine forests, villas, lakes, the course is both challenging and impressive. You can experience the top class amenities of the country club. This golf course has even hosted some PGA and USGA tours. Here you have to be particular about the golf attire and spiked shoes are not allowed. Some of the holes are challenging and will test your skills. This 18 hole golf course is challenging enough with 8 water holes. The GPS technology is a novel expereince for golfers. All in all a wonderful course to test your levels.
The Hawaiian Rumble has a lot to offer, if you are looking for an adventurous vacation in Orlando. This miniature golf course is designed to attract players of all ages. The whole set up of the place is beautiful with uniquely designed waterfalls, tunnels, streams and hills making the place look very real. Don't panic if you suddenly see a volcano erupt around you, it is just one of the ways to keep you excited and entertained. This place is sure to keep you coming back time and again.
Need to cool off? Look no further than Disney's Blizzard Beach, a water park inspired by snow and winter sports. At the heart of the park is Mount Gushmore, which plays host to numerous chutes and slides—including the Summit Plummet, the world's largest and fastest free-fall body slide. There are attractions for all ages with Tike's Peak, a water play area for young children and Ski Patrol Training Camp, an area designed for pre-teens. Relax while floating down a tube on Cross Country Creek or take a dip in the pool of Melt-Away Bay. If you like water, you'll love Disney's Blizzard Beach.
This 18-hole course is nestled around the Orlando World Center Marriott, yet is well maintained and has an abundance of wildlife. Located two miles from Disney, the original Joe Lee layout was redesigned by Robert E. Cupp II in 1999. Water is in play on 15 of its 18 holes and the entire back nine provides challenges for all golfers amid the unique environment of wetlands co-existing with the 2000 room Orlando World Center Marriott resort complex. At 6810 yards from the Championship tees, Hawk's Landing features large tifdwarf greens, distinctive undulating fairways, and four sets of tees to inspire golfers of all skill levels. Open hours are seasonal and based on sunrise and sunset so call ahead.
The original Walt Disney World park, the Magic Kingdom creates a fantasy world for kids of all ages. The park contains seven different themed lands: Main Street, U.S.A., Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and Mickey's Toontown Fair. Each land displays the special Disney magic, and around the whole park are rides, games, characters, shows and shopping. At the center of the park lies Cinderella's Castle which towers over the park at 189 feet. The original design for the park was based on California's Disneyland, however Magic Kingdom is significantly larger.
The East/North Course at Grand Cypress is very difficult from the Gold tees. Only the very brave, or the foolhardy, should even consider teeing it up from there. All of the Grand Cypress courses are in immaculate condition. On this combination of nines, there is one long par-5. The others are short. The par-4s play too long from the Gold tees. From the Blue tees, most holes are 400 yards or less. The small greens are quick and well kept. There is also a digital caddy system available for obtaining exact yardages. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only. The New Course, like all those at Grand Cypress, is a Jack Nicklaus design. It also includes South-East Course.
A classically designed course, New Course at Grand Cypress Golf Club offers more challenges in terms of slopes and mounds. The course is a bit tough even to the most experienced and skilled golfer. To pose a new dimension to the challenge is the not so prominent water body which might suddenly come into the picture. The landscape even with very less trees, still is spectacular. The course is designed by Jack Nicklaus and inspired by the much acclaimed St. Andrews course.
Renowned golf course architect Steve Smyers has designed one of Central Florida's most dynamic new golf courses. With credits including three mainstays on GolfWeek's 100 Greatest Modern Courses list, Smyers, together with player consultant Nick Faldo has created a thinking person's golf course. From its lakes and tall pines, through its oaks and palms to its Tif Eagle greens, the features and contours at Grande Pines make shot selection as important a consideration as any other aspect of your game. With each magnificent hole at Marriott's Grande Pines Golf Club, the decision is yours. The more conservative player can always take the safer route. The bolder competitor can challenge the hazards and obstacles and be greatly rewarded. The contoured, rolling fairways will accept most tee shots, and the well-bunkered, multi-tiered greens will reward accuracy on approach shots. This golf course will challenge the best in each player. Check the website for timings and prices.