How to Plan a Florida Golf Trip

Finding a top golf vacation destination is easy when you choose one of the Omni Hotels & Resorts located in Florida. You’ll find world-class golf courses for serious competitors plus courses the whole family can play. In addition to the best links, golfers and guests will find delicious dining and even more amenities to enjoy off the course. Let’s take a closer look at where to stay for your Florida golf trip.

Orlando: Golf, Family Fun and More

Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate attracts golf enthusiasts with 36 holes of championship play designed by Greg Norman. Play here challenges top competitors as well as appealing to weekend golfers. There is also a lighted par 3 course for the whole family so everyone can play together.

This Orlando resort offers guests multiple dining choices including a sushi and sake bar, and steaks in the upscale sports bar and grill. Poolside dining at Croc’s is a popular choice for a casual lunch, and Piper’s Grille is where you can find a post-match cocktail.

Because the resort at ChampionsGate was designed specifically with golfers in mind, there are several golf packages available with perks to make your stay even more enjoyable. When you’re not golfing, you can relax at one of the sparkling pools or float away on the lazy river. This is the ultimate golf vacation and so much more!

Featured Orlando Golf Courses:

Golf at Omni Orlando Resort

Don’t miss the International Course, a different golf experience for American players without having to travel overseas. This coastal links-style course has been named no. 9 in the top overall ranked courses by GOLF Advisor.

The National Course winds through 200 beautiful acres of woodlands and wetlands with greens kept in tour condition, scenic water hazards, and doglegs.

Book your tee time in Orlando.

Amelia Island: Play 18 (or 36) Near the Beach

Golf Course at Amelia Island

At Omni Amelia Island Resort, players can enjoy an exclusive member’s course designed by Tom Fazio and a Pete Dye-designed championship golf course. Play both and compare for a first-class golf experience. Stop by the Pro Shop for expert advice, lessons, equipment rentals, and shopping.

Your game will be so good, the only sand you’ll see is the 3.5 miles of barrier island beach where you can relax to the sound of the waves.  Or visit the spa for a deep tissue sports massage after a long day on the links. This is the perfect place to find the best golf in Florida combined with the best beach vacation as well!

Featured Amelia Island Golf Course:

Amelia Island Oak Marsh Golf Course

The Pete Dye-designed Oak Marsh Course, located at the resort, is included in Golf Digest’s prestigious list of the “Top 75 Resort Courses in the U.S.”

Book your tee time in Amelia Island.

Plan Your Florida Golf Trip Today

Florida is a great year-round golfing destination, so you can keep up your game no matter what the weather’s like at home. In addition to the Florida properties, Omni Hotels & Resorts caters to golfers across the nation, so you can start planning your golf getaway today.

Karen J. Simmons

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