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Over the years, Hunter's Creek Golf Club has been decorated with awards and accolades including being honored by Golf Digest as one of the "Top 75 Public Courses to Play" in the country. This Lloyd Clifton championship Orlando golf course is a must play for both visiting golfers and residents alike!
Featuring 5 sets of tees ranging from 5,225 yards to a daunting 7,268 yards from the championship tees, this Orlando, Florida Golf Course offers a fair, yet demanding test of golf. Spacious, rolling fairways meander among 13 lakes to provide a natural setting for a relaxing round of Orlando golf. With strategically placed bunkers bordering expansive greens, several options and shot selections await the golfer on each hole.
Location, Location, Location! Hunter's Creek Golf Club boasts arguably the best location in Orlando, just minutes from Disney and minutes from the Orlando International Airport! Make sure your Orlando Golf Vacation includes a round at Hunter's Creek Golf Club!
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3037 Quail Run Avenue
Ottawa, ON K1T3S1
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Date: 2014-Feb-28 Review by Dan P
One thing impressive about Hunter's Creek is the ability of the course to drain off water. After heavy rains the previous day the course was dry and showed no indication of standing water.
The unimpressive thing was the cost. I felt the course was overpriced for what I would consider to be a very average course. I can't think of any hole that I would call a signature hole. Everything about the course just seemed "okay".
The greens were fine. Many were large and have minimal contour. Most have some sort of bunkering close by that can often collect balls on missed hit shots.
The fairway grass was cut quit shot and I had difficulty making clean hits. I'd chock this up to being out of practice rather than the fairway itself.
The rough was a nice height. Although thick, the ball sat up fairly nice to play. Some housing borders a few fairways and can come into play on a bad hit.
Yardage markers can be hard to find. It was pointed out to me that tall grass plants are set at the 150 yard mark. If you're not aware of this you could be guessing on some approach shots.
Almost ever hole has water that can come into play. Other courses in the area that I played often had hidden ponds that weren't visible from the tee but water is clearly visible at Hunter's Creek.
Hunter's Creek has five sets of tees with the Gold tipping off at over 7,400 yards. Even the front Red tees have a difficult distance of 5,500 yards.
The proshop was well stocked and offers all golf articles for play.