Shingle Creek Golf Course Description
Shingle Creek Orlando Golf, you will experience outstanding service and exclusive amenities that makes this award-winning
Orlando golf course one of the "Top 40 Best New Golf Courses in the U.S.
Ready for the challenge? Here is a detailed description of Shingle Creek Golf Course so you can get in the swing ahead of the game.... good luck!
- The course gets off to great start with a short Par 4 and a wide fairway. The perfect line off of the tee is the 24-story, Rosen Centre Hotel.
- This Par 4 can play as long as 418 yards from the back tee. The tee shot is guarded by three large fairway bunkers to the right, and trees on the left.
- From the back tees this Par 5 is 599 yards with a waterway running down the left of the hole from the landing area past the green. The fairway is wide but the water left is daunting.
- This slight dogleg left Par 4 has no bunkers, BUT the tee shot demands accuracy as the fairway has waterways both left and right. The second shot will be played most days with a middle iron as the hole can stretch to 400 yards from the Tour tees.
- You’re heart will be thumping as this is the most eye-opening tee shot of the day. Eleven fairway bunkers stare you in the face on the tee at this 448-yard Par 4.
- The first par 3 on the course can play up to 197 yards and plays downhill to a very wide and deep green that may have numerous hole locations.
- This slight dogleg right Par 5 will play less than 500 yards from all tees and offers the best chance for a birdie on the front 9. The fairway is protected by a lake on the right but is nearly 45 yards wide.
- This beautiful Par 3 can range from 207 to 137 yards. The green is sloped from the back right to the front left, and favors a fade, as the bailout area is short and left.
- Playing 420 yards from the back tee this dogleg right Par 4 demands accuracy off the tee for a good angle into the green. The fairway width is generous but is protected by three large bunkers that will make the approach shot difficult as the green is long and narrow.
- The back nine begins with a 417 yard (from all the way back) Par 4, which has a slight dogleg to the left. Hitting towards Shingle Creek, the tee shot requires a slight draw to a wide fairway guarded by a water hazard on the left.
- This intimidating Par 5 can play 559 yards from the back tees and will challenge even the longest of hitters as a water hazard closely guards the right side of the driving area.
- One of the tightest Par 4’s on the course is not long at 399 yards but demands a tee shot in the fairway. The fairway is shaped with tall pine trees to the right along a lake and bunkers left.
- The ideal tee shot on this straightaway 540 yard Par 5 is hit at the 27-story Peabody Hotel. Two large fairway bunkers frame the tee shot along a generous fairway.
- Easily the most difficult Par 3 on the course the fourteenth can play from 222 yards from the championship tee to 107 yards from the forward tee. The subtly sloped green is guarded right by a huge bunker short, sure to catch any miss-struck shot. In addition, water with a steep bank protects the entire left side of the hole.
- This straightaway Par 4 is the longest on the course and can play up to 475 yards from the back tee. Oak trees frame the tee shot left and right. Also, four fairway bunkers on the right and grass bunkers to the left guard this fairway.
- This Par 3 will play 159 yards from the regular tees that has no sand bunkers and a green with subtle slope from back to front. This hole does have numerous grass swales that guard the front of the green and will make it difficult to run the ball up.
- This 420-yard Par 4 could surely put a lump in any player’s throat. Water guards the entire hole to the right with two fairway bunkers strategically placed on the left in the landing area and one to the right.
- The course finishes up with a 448-yard dogleg left Par 4 that looks benign - but isn’t. The tee shot sets up beautifully with a tall pine near the end of the fairway as a perfect target. The green has four levels and is easily the most sloped on the course. Watch your speed; three putts are not out of the question.
Shingle Creek Golf Resort
Orlando, Florida 32819
Phone: (407) 996-9939