Bay Hill Club & Lodge
This course has been updated and is pending approval. These changes must be approved before they will be available by external applications.
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9000 Bay Hill Blvd
Orlando, FL 32819-4880, United States
This famous 27-hole resort annually hosts Arnold Palmer's PGA Tour event and runs over a total of 270 acres along Orlando's Butler chain of lakes. Architect Dick Wilson did the original design of the Challenger and Champion nines, while Robert Simmons designed the Charger nine that opened in 1963. After Mr. Palmer bought the course in 1970, he oversaw some design and architecture changes. The facility also includes a 70-room lodge, full practice facilities, and a Palmer-branded golf academy.
All 27 holes will be closed over the summer of 2015 as the course staff reseeds the greens, changing from Emerald Dwarf Bermuda to TifEagle Bermuda.
The course is open only to members and resort guests.
Average Hole Difficulty
DrOldSchool - 1/8/13
jcarter2323 - 7/23/10
Best Score: 58
Challenger-Champion / Green