The morning dew glimmers on the Reunion® Resort fairways, and a new day of exceptional golf begins. The outstanding Reunion® Resort golf courses are recognized as some of the greatest 54 holes of golf in Central Florida. Polish your clubs and experience the three Signature golf courses designed by some of the most renowned names in golf: the Independence Course designed by Tom Watson; the Legacy Course designed by Arnold Palmer; and the Tradition Course designed by Jack Nicklaus.

To play Golf there are green fees, please call the resorts Golf pro-shop on (407) 396-3199 for current rates. Golf tee times can be reserved* up to two weeks in advance. 

*Please Note – green fees apply. Access is subject to Reunion® Resort membership privileges.

Arnold Palmer “Legacy Course”
The ‘Legacy Course’ by Arnold Palmer is as beautiful as it is challenging. The 18-hole course wanders through an inspiring landscape that includes natural preserve areas of woods and water. The generously wide fairways and strategically placed grass-sloped bunkers invite you to make the most of the most of every hole! Legacy Par & Yardage – Par 72 from Black/Championship tees; Gold 6,419; Blue 6,058: White 5,529; Red 4,802.

About Arnold Palmer
Arnold Palmer is one of the most popular figures in golf history as a legendary player and sportsman, a brilliant golf course designer, and a down-to-earth family man. His career spans over 50 years and includes over 92 championships including the U.S. Open, the Masters Tournament (four-time winner), and the British Open. His courses are said to be among the most prominent courses in the world.

Tom Watson “Independence Course”
This 18-hole masterpiece by Tom Watson is his first design in the state of Florida. Discover what this five-time winner of the British Open has gleaned from his years in golf when you play this challenging course. It’s a shot maker’s delight and is enough to exhilarate even the most seasoned golfer. Independence Par & Yardage – Par 72 from Black/Championship tees; 7,154, Gold 6,697; Blue 6,319: White 5,990; Red 5,395.

About Tom Watson
A veteran of the PGA Tour, Tom Watson is known for excellence and integrity within the golf world. He takes his spot alongside the greatest names in the sport as the winner of the U.S. Open, Masters (two-time winner), and the British Open (five-time winner). Today he has transformed golf course design with his unique insight.

Jack Nicklaus “Tradition Course”
The Tradition course was developed by Jack Nicklaus along with his son, Jack II. The Nicklaus name has come to be synonymous with great golf, and this course showcases Jack’s superior course design skills, complimenting his legendary status as a golfer. Tradition Par & Yardage – Par 72 from Gold/Championship tees; Gold 7,244; Blue 6,537: White 6,260; Red 5,055.

Jack Nicklaus Grand Club
Located within the gated subdivision of Bear’s Den at Reunion, the Jack Nicklaus Grand Club serves as the Bear’s Den Clubhouse. Dine at the restaurant overlooking the 18th hole of the Jack Nicklaus Tradition Course, shop at the fully stocked golf pro shop or view some of the memorabilia on display from Jack Nicklaus’ Hall of Fame career. Visit the beautiful Mediterranean-style Jack Nicklaus Grand Club on your Reunion® Resort vacation!

About Jack Nicklaus
If Jack Nicklaus’ mark on the 20th century was his golf game, with an unparalleled 20 major championships and 100 worldwide professional victories, his legacy in the 21st century will be his golf course design. Nicklaus courses blanket the globe and establish Jack as one of the world’s premier golf course designers. Thirty-five of his courses have been ranked in various national and international Top-100 lists.


Driving Range at the Reunion Golf Course
Located at the Reunion Grande, the large range is the perfect place to practice or to simply hit a few balls to relax*. 

*Please Note – green fees apply. Access is subject to Reunion® Resort membership privileges. 


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