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Old 01-25-2013, 08:43 AM   #1
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Golf Course recommendations in Kissimmee area

Hey all, My parents like to golf and will be staying in Kissimmee next month. Does anyone have any recommendations for courses they should play or some that they should stay away from? They tend to like to do 18 holes, usually rent a cart.

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Old 01-25-2013, 07:58 PM   #2
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We live not far from the Kissimmee area and had family come in and visit and spent the week trying different courses. They golfed at Falcon's Fire(not far from 192 on Seralago) which they said was pretty nice.

Then they also did both Disney's Palm and Magnolia courses and were impressed with those. The price for these courses are high so if they only want to do one over the other, they preferred the Magnolia because it was a bit more challenging and thought it was a bit more beautiful compared to the Palm but both were a good round of golf.

If they want to try a course designed like the links (sp?) like the kind from the British Open they also played Grand Cypress Golf Club which is just past the WDW entrance for DTD off of SR 535 on County Route 535. They thought it was a challenging but beautiful course.

If they want a smaller quieter course Hunters Creek Golf Club has a challenging course but tends to be a quieter course for traffic but is a nice outing they played this as it had the earliest tee time left open for their departure day so they could sneak in one last round before leaving for the airport. They liked it but it wasn't as "grand" as the courses they had played the rest of the week more of a neighborhood club.

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Old 01-26-2013, 08:31 AM   #3
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Thanks for the help, I'll be sure to pass it along.
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