The home course of the King, Arnold Palmer, is better known for its counterpart Championship Course, but members and resort guests can also treat themselves to an incredibly fun 9-hole course called the Charger Course during their time at the iconic Bay Hill Club & Lodge. This 9-hole parkland design is not overly long, but it requires the utmost in accuracy as there are several forced carries over water to tight, small greens meaning that a low score is no guarantee on the “easier” layout at Bay Hill.
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Address:9000 Bay Hill Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32819
About Bay Hill Club & Lodge: Charger Course
Designer: Bob Simmons (Original), Ed Seay (Redesign) | Type of course: Resort, Private
Number of holes: 18 | Style of course: Parkland
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How to get here
Orlando International Airport (MCO)
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Booking a tee time
Check out available tee times if you’re going to be in the neighborhood.
Amenities at Bay Hill Club & Lodge: Charger Course
The Bay Hill Club & Lodge: Charger Course offers a complete suite of top-notch amenities, including a state-of-the-art locker room, a restaurant with both a lunch and dinner menu, the ability to work on your short game, as well as warm up for a round on the driving range. Click on any of the items below to learn more about how you can prepare for your round.