Grand Cypress Golf Club offers 45 holes of Jack Nicklaus Signature-designed golf. A truly diverse selection of Orlando golf. The 27-hole North/South/East Course provides the ultimate test of accuracy while the 18-hole New Course provides a Scottish links masterpiece. Grand Cypress Golf Club is open to resort guests, tournaments, memberships, and public play.
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An Unforgettable Golf Setting
Within these 27 holes, the Jack Nicklaus Signature-designed North, South and East Courses provide three distinctly unique 18-hole masterpieces. For the full round of 18, courses can be combined as the North-South, South-East or East-North Course. Each combination provides a distinctive playing experience, which will challenge even the best of golfers.
In 2007 and 2008, the original North and South Courses were renovated and redesigned. Jack Nicklaus came back to Grand Cypress to change play on several of the holes. The end result is a longer course featuring course conditions that are unique amongst Orlando golf courses.
- Designer: Jack Nicklaus (Signature)
- Opened: 1984 (North, South) and 1986 (East)
- Fairways and Tees: 419 Bermuda
- Greens, East & New: Tif-dwarf
North 9 is one of our Head Golf Professional's favorite holes. "This is classic Nicklaus design with lots of risk/reward on your tee shot and approach shot. North 9 is a great finishing hole if you played the East for your front nine or an ominous sign of what's to come if you are turning to the South!"
The South Course features a unique layout including a golf cart bridge that goes over CR535. South 6 is a favorite, a great par five that stretches out to nearly 600 yards from the tips. The South course is sure to provide a challenge for any golfer.
The East Course is more generous, with less bunkering allowing for more run-up shots. Test your skill on our beautiful East 5 island hole which if you come up short, you may find yourself in the water. Pair with the North or the South courses for a great 18 hole experience.
The North-South combination, marked by sharply ledged fairways, tall shaggy mounds and plateau greens perched above water or sand, is a demanding, target-style test. The sportier, more wooded East Nine is more generous, with less bunkering allowing for more run-up shots. Test your skill on our beautiful East 5 island hole, which if you come up short, you may find yourself in the water. The North, South and East Nines offer a variety of tee boxes making the courses enjoyable for top level golfers and beginners.
A Tribute to the Old Course
The New Course adds another dimension of play to the Orlando golf course scene with steeper and more challenging bunkers and slopes. Set in the midst of an open meadow, the New Course is Jack Nicklaus’ tribute and homage to the famed Old Course at St. Andrews, Scotland. This Scottish links masterpiece is complete with double greens, stone bridges and walls, gorse mounds, burns and pot bunkers as deep as 12 feet—all in the spirit of the true Scottish original. Very little water comes into play on the New Course, but when it does it will challenge you. Very few trees are located within the interior of the course, creating generous landing areas. However, an errant tee shot could find its way into one of our 150 pot bunkers.
- Designer: Jack Nicklaus (Signature)
- Opened: 1988
- Fairways, Roughs, Tees, and Greens: Bermuda
Awards and Accollades
Gold Medal Resort 2016 by Golf Magazine
Top 100 Courses You Can Play by
Platinum Award Winning Pro-Shop by the PGA Merchandise Association
Top 50 Resort Courses from Golf World 2010