Thursday, June 30, 2005

Orlando golf on a Grand Scale

From the moment you go through the guard gate at Grand Cypress in Orlando, Florida - you know your in for a special day. Grand Cypress is 45 holes designed by Jack Nicklaus. The North and South course opened in 1984, with the East following soon after in 1986. The North, South and East are typical Nicklaus - tall mounds, well positioned water, and tough greens with bunkers positioned to catch slightly errant shots. The New course is a complete contrast to the other courses. The new course was opened in 1988 and is like playing the Old Course at St. Andrews. The driving areas are very large, but well positioned pot bunkers await the unsuspecting Titleist Pro V1x.

Grand Cypress is a stay and play facility. There are 1 - 4 bedroom villa's available right on property. Grand Cypress is offering unlimited golf to their guest from now until 9/30/05. The first round is booked, then the second round is set up day of play.

The golf courses have hosted such tournaments as the World Cup of Golf, Greg Norman's Shark Shootout, Skills Challenge and the LPGA.

Any golfer that is looking for quality facilities, quality service and especially quality golf - then Grand Cypress is your place. To book a stay and play at Grand Cypress, please go to or call 888.333.6103.

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