CELEBRATION GOLF CLUB
CELEBRATION GOLF CLUB IS ONE OF ORLANDO AREA'S BEST
By Ken Liebeskind
For a challenging round of golf in the Orlando area, we suggest you try the Celebration Golf Club, designed by the famed golf architects Robert Trent Jones and Robert Trent Jones, Jr. The Celebration Golf Club combines challenging water hazards on almost every hole, narrow fairways and distinctive greens. The course is routed through a beautiful piece of wetland, speckled with clusters of native oak, pine and magnolia trees that provides a pristine setting for your round.
The Celebration Golf Club is a par 72 course that plays 6,816 yards from the championship tees and is rated four stars in Golf Digest's Places to Play and ranked number 12 by Florida Golf News. There are a number of signature holes on the Celebration Golf Club, starting with the 4th, a 507 yard par 5 that provides the option of reaching in two for a big hitter, but requires a full carry over water and a cluster of bunkers.
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In the Orlando area, we suggest you play
a round at the Celebration Golf Club
The par 3 6th hole is the shortest on the Celebration Golf Club at 159 yards, but offers a challenging approach, with the green situated between a pond and a native wetland. The 7th is a 442 yard par 4 that demands length and precision with a scattering of bunkers from tee to green that will catch an array of errant shots. Another challenging water hole is the 16th, a long 211 yard par 3 with a large body of water from tee to green on the right side of the hole. The 18th is the longest hole on the course, a 566 yard par 5 with a long approach between pond and bunkers that hinder the finishing hole.
With all these great holes there's a lot to look forward to, and if you'd like to sink a few par and birdie putts at the Celebration Golf Club, we suggest you try the Closer Weighted putter from www.scientificgolfclubs.com. The leader in scientifically designed clubs offers a putter you can customize to your stroke and the green conditions, with three movable weights and nine placement holes.
Here's how it works: If you pull putts, move one or more of the weights towards the toe of the putter. If you push putts, move the weights toward the heel. For faster greens, remove the weights to lighten the putter. Leave them in for slow to medium greens.
The Closer Weighted putter has a milled face for smoother putts and long red and white sighting lines for straight to the pin set ups. Combine these features with the customization options and you're ready to sink par and birdie putts.