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Grand Cypress Resort - The New Course

Grand Cypress Resort - The New Course

1 N Jacaranda St Orlando, FL 32836-6618 URL:   Course Website

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The New Course adds another dimension of play to the Orlando golf 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 true Scottish original.

Very little water comes into play on the New Course, but when it does it just may surprise you. Very few trees are located within the interior of the course, creating plenty of room to drive the ball. However, even the best of drives will be challenged, as even the slightest slice or fade can cause the best of golfers to find themselves looking in the wrong fairway for their ball.

Course Information for Grand Cypress Resort - The New Course

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)

Grand Cypress Resort - The New Course Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Jack Nicklaus, ASGCA
72 par, 6,773 yards
72.2 rating, 122 slope
Resort facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $180.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Joe Angelino, Director of Golf
Golf Professional: Jeremy Craft


Course Notes:

Stay out of the pot bunker.




Amenities:
Putting Green
Chipping Area
Food & Beverage Available
Pull Carts
Rental Clubs
Swimming Pools
Workout Facility
GPS Available
Driving Range


Rules/Notes:
Walking Allowed
Softspike Facility
PGA Facility

Scorecard:
Front Nine
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out
Champ 362 514 179 440 393 496 182 440 382 3388
Mens 347 456 147 406 368 465 164 425 322 3100
Ladies 332 383 116 329 304 427 132 340 309 2672
Par 4 5 3 4 4 5 3 4 4 36
Back Nine
Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In
Champ 330 430 207 431 371 570 190 485 371 3385
Mens 275 387 189 389 323 544 171 453 350 3081
Ladies 252 301 158 396 291 491 136 410 307 2742
Par 4 4 3 4 4 5 3 5 4 36


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Grand Cypress Resort - The New Course 4.4 5 216 216
Grand Cypress Resort - New Course The course itself was in good condition. The only thing that knocked this from excellent to good was the greens had not quite recovered from being aerated. Staff was tremendous, as you would expect for a resort course. Cart girls and attendants with Ice Towels came around frequently. The discounted rate made the "punched" greens a minor issue. September 2, 2014
Wow! Grand Cypress!!!! I have wanted to play a course at Grand Cypress for years. I finally did it the other day and now can't wait to get back. Played Grand Cypress' New Course which ihas a lot of traits of Scotland's Ole Course at St Andrewd, right down to the jagged trails the carts traverse over. What a treat. The course was immaculate as was the clubhouse. The pot bunkers, which litter the course were a nice treat, usually! August 31, 2014
Fantastic! Great course ! Everything from the fairways to the greens was perfect . Greens were smooth and running about a 10-11 . Bunkers in great shape course scenery and course character were outstanding . One of the top 3 courses in Or around Orlando . August 26, 2014
People... Pay attention to course alerts !! A friend of mine booked us a tee time on Golf Now at Grand Cypress New Course. He called and said it was a great deal but it had an aerification alert. Since both of us love to play the Grand Cypress courses, and with such a good price, we booked it anyway. When we got to the pro-shop to check in the guy in the pro-shop greeted us as he was starting to check in another man. The man said he had a golf now tee time and needed to check in. He asked if he wanted range balls and the man said they are always included with golf now. He explained that they was $5 a bag and that it doesn't say on golf now that they are included, well the man really got upset saying they are trying to take his money by falsely advertising on their website. The worker tried to explain that they don't run the golf now website, that it is ran by golf channel and he was sorry about the misunderstanding and he would go ahead and throw them in this time. Then the man asked if the course was in good shape, and the worker stated that the course had been aerified about three days ago and the greens would be a little bumpy and sandy. That sent the man into a frenzy. He was very loud and rude, saying that they were trying to cheat people that book on their website ( which again everyone should know that they don't run the site), because nowhere on the site does it say the word aerify. The man demanded him to show him where it states that about the course. The worker pulled up the golf now website and showed him the big A with the exclamation point in the box showing that the course has been aerified and that is why the price is cheaper and why he gets a $25 bounce back coupon to come back and play when there is better conditions. The man questioned how was he supposed to know that is what the A stood for, the worker kept apologizing but it did no good. Finally the man said a few bad choice words and went to go play. Then as we are at the practice green beside the first green, he goes off on the starter about how he would never be back to this course and they never told him when he checked in about the course conditions. The old starter just kept saying he was sorry and the man's group finally teed off. I check all the alerts (big boxes in the tee time squares) to find out what is offered and conditions of the course when we book through golf now. It states on there to bring a copy of your booking (in case the course hadn't got the tee time from golf now), your tee time can be pushed back up to 20 minutes (don't see how that is really a big deal, a few more minutes on the practice green) and what comes with the tee time and any course conditions. We read that the first time we used the site, we have been pushed back a few times, but courses has also let us go out early too. This was the mans fault and the worker tried everything he could to accommodate him. Please if you are going to use this great site to take advantage of the pricing, read and understand the website before you go and act like this in public. Remember this is supposed to be a gentleman's game. Sorry I just had to say something on this matter. August 21, 2014
Challenging and interesting. Had a great day meet up with a canadan who plays of 6 .The course was nicely laid out and some of the holes were very challenging.Played 3 shots better than my handicap of 16 and lost on the 18 . August 20, 2014
Wide open spaces Plenty of room on most holes. Hit all but 2 fairways. For me to do that tells you how generous the fairways are. Just stay out of the bunkers. Greens and fairways were in great condition. August 15, 2014
New July Great layout and you can score if you hit to the right spots. August 11, 2014
Another awesome afternoon at Grand Cypress Seems like every time the security guard hands me my parking pass and opens the gate to enter Grand Cypress, I immediately know I made the right decision on where to spend my afternoon. Afternoons in the summertime here (when the rain stays away) are just about as close to perfect as you're going to find at any golf resort in Florida where "Stay & Play" is not required. The staff always openly welcomes me back upon check-in and I really feel like I have the place almost all to myself. That said, they don't ignore you. While I was very much isolated from a few other groups on the New Course, the woman driving the beverage cart knew I was out there and went out of her way to find me. Also, when I approached a traffic jam on a stretch of three holes, a staff member was right there endorsing my idea to skip a few holes ahead and come back to play those holes at the end of my round. He even saw me in the parking lot later and asked me if everything worked out. The New Course is so much fun to play and makes me laugh at many other Florida courses who claim to be "links style" in their design. To be honest, the fairways were a bit soggy (Why yes. I'd love to play "Lift, Clean & Cheat/Place"), which also meant that there was little to no rollout when driving off Par 4s or Par 5s. This did make the course play a club or two longer, but I had a good ball-striking round and embraced the challenge. As always, I look forward to coming back soon and playing as many of their 45 wonderful holes as the staff, weather and sunlight will allow. August 7, 2014
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