Mystic Dunes Golf Club

Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars from Golf Digest for Best Places to Play, and ranked #2 of "Orlando's Top 5 Golf Courses" according to!

Off of North Old Lake Wilson Road accessible from 192.
7600 Mystic Dunes Lane, Orlando, 34747
(407) 787-5678
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  • Profile Overview

    Mystic Dunes Golf Club is a 7,012 yard par 72 public course that offers two distinctly different nines. The front nine is reminiscent of classic Carolina courses that wind through native wetlands and marsh areas, and are bordered by oak and cypress forests. The back nine features the characteristics of a British Isles links course, with extensive perimeter mounding, pot bunkers, and lush fairways.

    The course was designed by Champions Tour player and NBC golf analyst Gary Koch. The golf course has elevation changes of up to 80 feet, along with greens reminiscent of Augusta National, rolling sand dunes, mature oaks, large wetland areas, and meticulous course conditioning.  There are five sets of tee boxes that offer a unique and memorable experience for golfers of all skill levels.

    Other amenities at Mystic Dunes Golf Club include a 20,000 square foot clubhouse with a full restaurant and bar called Kenzie's. The lounge offers panoramic views of the golf course and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It's also a great place to stop for drinks after a round of golf.

    Mystic Dunes Golf Club also has a golf pro shop with name brand equipment and apparel for men and women. Shop for your golf necessities including tees and golf balls.

    Visitors to Mystic Dunes Golf Club can work on their game with golf schools and clinics offered to individuals and groups. If you're planning a tournament, Mystic Dunes Golf Club has customizable services to make your tournament memorable. The facilities are also an ideal venue for weddings or special events.

    Mystic Dunes Golf Club is located in Celebration off of North Old Lake Wilson Road accessible from 192.

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