Orlando Car Rentals and the Diamondback Golf Club
If you’re looking for a golf course nearby many Orlando area attractions, Continental Car Orlando Car rentals recommend the Diamondback Golf Course Club. This course is situated just 30 minutes away from Walt Disney, Sea World and Universal Studios.
While you’re driving a Continental Car Orlando Car rentals vehicle to the Diamondback course, you’ll pass by many small homes, a stripped quarry, a church and lots of farmland on the 544. The Diamondback is located right across the West Course at Grenelefe.
Joe Lee, world-renowned golf course architect, designed the Diamondback out of 240 acres of virgin Florida forest.
Be prepared to take in the beauty of nature and receive high-quality services usually found at most exclusive private clubs. Golfers who want to get away from the touristy and busier golf courses will likely appreciate Joe Lee’s golf course design.
Continental Car Orlando Car rentals note that you’ll be happy to know that the course is challenging enough for the Pro and low handicap golfer. If you’re a golfer with a higher handicap, there’s also a player-friendly route for you.
When you play a round, you’ll notice this course has natural swamp areas and rolling hills that are covered with trees. Throughout the game, take a moment or two to admire the native wildlife.
Take your Continental Car Orlando Car rentals vehicle to Diamondback where you can stop by the full-service pro-shop to get suited up for your tee-time. If you want to perfect your technique, drop by the driving range or go to the area designated where you can practice your putting and chipping. If you want some professional advice to improve your swing, putting skills or some other aspect of your game, the Diamondback Golf Club offers professional instruction.
After the game, be sure to stop by the full-service restaurant and relax on the patio. Admire the panoramic view of the golf course while sipping your favorite beverage and enjoying some delicious dessert served up by the restaurant. If you have worked up an appetite from the game, there’s a good selection of also hearty meals offered, too.
In January 1995, Diamondback opened its doors. General Manager Lyle Beaver boasts his course has Central Florida’s most preserved 18 holes. Golf Digest readers have rated Diamondback four out of five stars.
The 240-acre-golf course is a good size. If you enjoy having trees throughout the course, the Diamondback is what you’re looking for. The forest edges and large fairway bunkers frame the entire course. The farthest distance on this course is 6,805 yards.
Golf course architect Joe Lee’s Diamondback course reflects his many other Florida designs. Players need to deliver solid shots, but are not required to play spectacularly to have a reasonable score. The first three holes can be considered the three most demanding of the course.
Continental Car Orlando Car rentals note that during low season, golf fees range from $40 weekdays from June 1 to September 30 and $50 on weekends. During high season, October to May, golf fees range from $50 to $60.
Background on the Diamondback Golf Club
Thirty-nine people came up with the idea to form the Diamondback Golf Club. Some of these people came from the Diamondback’s next-door neighbor, the popular resort Grenelefe. It was noted that the sandy soil would be suitable for a golf course. Since then, the club’s ownership has grown to 56 equity members.
Why not consider taking a day-trip to the Diamondback golf course in a Continental Car Orlando Car rentals vehicle. Friends and family who may not be golf enthusiasts can enjoy themselves at one of the many nearby attractions.