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Golf Courses

Howey in the Hills Golf Course

Spend the day challenging one of Florida’s oldest courses, El Campeón, known for its steep hills and required shotmaking skills, or play among the rolling hills and sweeping fairways of the Las Colinas Course. Both are quality 18-hole championship courses that have earned their share of accolades from members and resort guests alike. Come and stay over as a resort guest on specially designed golf packages, or drive in with your friends for a remarkable 36 holes of golf and lunch at Nicker’s restaurant! Featuring unusual Central Florida 85-foot elevations on both courses. Recognized and named to the Florida Historic Golf Trail by the Florida Department of State for over 100 years of the continuous golf operation.

Course Amenities

  • Oversized Range
  • Putting Green
  • Chipping Green
  • On-Site Golf Classes
  • On-Site Strength Conditioning Coach
  • Golf Packages
  • On-Site Golf Pro Shop
  • Clubhouse
  • On-Site Pub
  • On-Site Restaurant
  • On-Site Spa
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El Campeón

Sublimely challenging. Frustratingly addictive.

Surrounded by an abundance of natural Florida beauty, the El Campeón 18-hole championship course was designed by Chicago-based course architect, George O’Neil and built in 1917 – with further enhancements in 1926 by Charles E. Clarke of Troon, Scotland.

El Campeón is one of the South’s oldest golf courses and blends unusual Central Florida elevation changes of more than 85 feet with features of traditional golf design, including spectacular rolling fairways and undulating greens.

The course’s signature hole is the par 5, 17th hole – which features a long double dogleg that has more obstacles than some entire courses! Play a Top 25 U.S. course on GolfAdvisor – El Campeón (#9) – 2016.

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Las Colinas

Classic, old-architecture style that demands proper shot placement.

Designed by Gary Koch and built in 1992, Las Colinas (Spanish for “the hills”) is an 18-hole championship course that offers quite a different challenge from El Campeón. It is an inland links design with generous, wide-open fairways, gentle rolling hills and large, undulating greens. Play a Top power ranked U.S. course on GolfAdvisor – Las Colinas (#3) – April 2017.

Las Colinas was nominated as “Best New Resort Course” by Golf Digest in 1992, named “Best Places to Play – 4 stars” by Golf Digest, and has received “Top Fairways” recognition by Golf for Women. Its signature hole is “Alligator Alley”, the par 5, 12th hole that spans 493 yards along a tree-lined fairway and requires absolute accuracy from tee-to-green.

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