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The resort's 18-hole, par 71 golf course, Hawk's Landing, offers Callaway Golf rental equipment and half-day, one-day, or two-day lessons available through the on-site Bill Madonna Golf Academy.

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 The resort's 18-hole, par 71 golf course, Hawk's Landing, offers Callaway Golf rental equipment and half-day, one-day, or two-day lessons available through the on-site Bill Madonna Golf Academy.
The Ritz-Carlton sits on a long, challenging golf course designed by two-time British Open winner Greg Norman. It is surrounded by the woods, lakes, and wildlife of the Grande Lakes property, as well as the J.W. Marriott resort. The green fee is $145 for hotel guests, which includes golf cart rentals and the use of the driving range (pictured here). Plus, kids play free with each paying adult. The JW Marriott shares its challenging, 18-hole course -- rated by Golf Digest as one of Florida's top courses -- with the neighboring Ritz-Carlton. The Ginn Reunion Resort features three well-regarded courses: one by Arnold Palmer, one by Jack Nicklaus, and one by Tom Watson. Together, these fifty-four holes make up some of the best golf in Orlando. While green fees are steep -- $180 a round -- they're in line with what other resorts, like the Ritz-Carlton and Omni ChampionsGate, charge. With two full courses designed by Greg Norman, the David Leadbetter Golf Academy on-site, and a 9-hole par-3 course that's illuminated at night, golf is one of the main draws at the Omni Orlando. The resort's 18-hole, par 71 golf course, Hawk's Landing, offers Callaway Golf rental equipment and half-day, one-day, or two-day lessons available through the on-site Bill Madonna Golf Academy.
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