This championship Mike Dasher design gives you pine tree-lined fairways reminiscent of the Carolinas, open spacious fairways likened to the great Scottish courses, and a bit of old Florida with citrus trees along the countryside. Large, fast, undulating greens make this course challenging and fun for all levels of golfers. Highlands Reserve Golf Club is a Central Florida favourite.

Built in 1998, the 18-hole, par 72 Mike Dasher-designed Championship course has been designed to be played by everyone with three colour-coded tees, black, gold and jade. The three sets are at ideal distances: 6649 yards for the big hitters, 6010 yards for the middle tees and 4973 yards from the front.

Highlands Reserve Golf Club was nominated by Golf For Women Magazine as one of their 50 top courses and the course is rated 3.5 Stars by Golf Digest’s “Places to Play” guide.

There is a well-stocked Golf Shop, a Club House with snack bar, a practice ground and a mobile beverage cart brings cold drinks and snacks to you whilst playing. Golf lessons can be arranged and equipment can be rented.

Complimentary use of the Highlands Reserve community tennis, pool and playground facilities is included.