Kissimmee Bay Golf Club Review (407- 348-4653)
Florida Golf Course Review
Kissimmee Bay is the sister course to Remington, located just 5 minutes down the road. Golfers can easily play both courses in the same day. The two courses will undergo
serious renovations in the next year or so, but are currently open to public play.
The clubhouse at Kissimmee Bay includes a pro shop plus restaurant/lounge serving a lunch menu, with plus banquet/outing facilities. Dinner is served on select Fridays, and
breakfast is available on weekends. There is a practice facility that features an aqua range, plus short game with putting/chipping green. Locker rooms with showers are also on
Golfers will find the course well marked with 100, 150 and 200 yard markers on the fairways of all par fours and fives, and pin placement locations are reflected through red/white
and blue flags to indicate front, middle or back hole locations. There is a mix of tightly tree lined fairways along with those that provide ample landing zones. Partial cart paths make
it easy for golfers to drive right to their ball.
Water comes into play on 13 of the 18 holes, with natural areas supporting an abundance of native wildlife. We encountered a good number of alligators, turtles and cranes during
our visit. There are 60 sand bunkers – some fo them quite sprawling – situated strategically near landing zones or greenside near the mildly sloping green complexes, which are
traditionally roundish and small to medium in size.
There are five sets of tees that play to distances and slopes measuring 6830 yards/132 slope, 6317 yards/123 slope, 5891 yards/113 slope, 5119 yards/107 slope and 5104
yards with a slope of 122 fro women hitting from the forward tees. While there are ample opportunities to grip it an drip it, this is more of a shot makers course, with a significant
amount of doglegs bending in either direction For more info visit our page for the course with direct link to their website by clicking here.