Orlando, Florida CampusLocated at the Orange County National Golf Center
16349 Phil Ritson Way
Winter Garden, FL 34787
Toll Free: 866-407-7422
Orange County National -- home of the 2005 PGA Tour Q-School Finals -- is now home to PGCC's Orlando campus. Florida is one of the premier golf destinations in the world, and Orlando is one of the premier golf destinations in Florida, so it’s no wonder that the PGCC Orlando campus is located on the grounds of one of Florida’s most outstanding golf facilities.
Orange County National Golf Center & Lodge is truly a phenomenal golf site, with three gorgeous, immaculately manicured golf courses, a world-class full-service pro shop, and one of the largest, best-equipped practice ranges in the world. PGCC students have access to all three courses, and of course, playing privileges are included in your tuition.
Home to more than 1.5 million people, the greater Orlando area is renowned for its abundant golf, fishing, sight-seeing, and of course, theme parks. If you attend the Orlando campus, you’ll certainly never be bored!
Here are just some of the courses you’ll be able to play as a student of the Orlando, Florida campus:
Orange County National's Panther Lake Course was the first course ever designed to feature 18 signature holes and showcase the native beauty of the Florida landscape. The course incorporates rolling hills with up to 60-foot elevation changes as it winds through natural oak hammocks, pine forests, scenic wetlands and glistening freshwater lakes. A heroic 7,295-yards from the tips, the course also offers 6816, 6298 and 5094 yard options. Panther Lake has been awarded 4 ½ Stars by Golf Digest, rated by Golf Magazine as a Top Ten Course, and has been home to the 2001 PGA Tour Qualifier.
| || Crooked Cat|
Crooked Cat offers a strong compliment to its sister course, Panther Lake. Designed with a distinct 'links' flavor, the course features a open and flowing design with few trees, wide terraced fairways and native heather grass in the rough. This design affords players an experience reminiscent of courses in the Scottish Highlands. With large sloping greens, steep grass and sand bunkers, lots of native vegetation, and 50-foot elevation changes, Crooked Cat offers a true test to golfers of all skill levels. A fearsome 7,277-yards from the back tees, the course also can be played at 6748, 6035, & 5236 yards. Crooked Cat has been awarded 4 1/2 Stars by Golf Digest, and was home to the 2002 PGA Tour Qualifier.
| Tooth Short Course|
Tooth Short Course is not your average executive golf course. It is in the same great shape as our regulation courses and provides exactly the same type of challenge albeit on a smaller scale. It is a great place for players who like to work on their irons or those with only enough time to play a quick 9 holes. Ride or walk, the choice is yours. With natural changes in elevation, a huge central lake that comes into play on four holes, the Tooth's par 29 is a challenge for all who play it.
| Stoneybrook West|
This well-manicured course is a classic Ted Robinson design, featuring five lakes and numerous doglegs to challenge golfers of all abilities. Locally known for its excellent greens, the course plays tougher than its 6,600 yards would indicate.
|Providence Golf Course|
The 18-hole "Providence" course features 6,950 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Technically challenging and esthetically pleasing, Providence Golf Club is a masterpiece. The 18-hole championship course, designed by renowned architect Mike Dasher, will test your game and soothe your senses as it winds its way through land featuring fresh water creeks, ancient hardwoods and wetlands. It is not unusual to get a glimpse of otters, deer or a wild turkey during your round.
The 18-hole Falcon's Fire championship course features 6,900 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Designed by Rees Jones, the course aims to challenge all golf levels with a rating of 72.5 and a slope rating of 125, on Bermuda grass. Falcon’s Fire Golf Club is recognized both regionally and nationally as one of the finest Orlando golf courses and was rated as a "4-star" course by by Golf Digest magazine.
The 18-hole "MetroWest" course at the MetroWest Golf Club facility in Orlando, Florida features 7,051 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr., the course features a masterpiece of traditional golf course architecture and provides a fair, yet demanding challenge to make a pleasurable golf experience for players of all skill levels. The course rating is 74.1 and it has a slope rating of 132 on Bermuda grass.
The 18-hole "Green Valley" course at the Green Valley Country Club features 6,645 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 71.8 and it has challenging slope rating of 128. Designed by Lloyd Clifton, ASGCA, the Green Valley golf course opened in 1966, and aims to test all facets of your golf game.