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Orlando Area Golf Communities

Living along the manicured greens and fairways of a Championship Golf Course in Florida has long been a vision of paradise for many.  Now that dream is more attainable than ever at the numerous courses available in the Central Florida area.

Central Florida is a playground for those who love theme parks, busy cities, booming economies and the great outdoors.  For Golf lovers, it's a paradise.

With its beautiful year-round weather, Central Florida invites residents and visitors alike to get outdoors and explore. While some enjoy exploring this region's wilder side in parks and nature preserves, others just can't wait to swing into the action - literally.  Central Florida is famed for its well-appointed Golf Course Communities that welcome residents to hit the Golf Courses at their leisure. 

View Orlando Area Golf Home Listings

  • Alaqua
  • Alaqua Lakes
  • Bay Hill
  • Celebration
  • Eagle Creek
  • Heathrow
  • Hunter's Creek
  • Isleworth
  • Keene's Pointe
  • Lake Nona
  • Magnolia Plantation
  • Orange Tree
  • Sweetwater
  • Stoney Brook East
  • Stoney Brook West
  • Timacuan
  • Tuscawilla
  • Windermere Country Club

Take a look around the region and buyers working with Central Florida Realtors will discover a diversity  of options in Golf Course Communities.  Central Florida Golf homes are found in a variety of neighborhoods, many of which have been master-planned around world-class golf facilities. In fact, many courses here provide champion-level challenges and have been designed by professional golf's most notable players.  

Read on to find out why Central Florida Golf is amazing.  We've broken the Golf Courses and communities into geographic locations around the Orlando area, and you can skip around if you're only interested in a particular area. 

What makes Central Florida such a popular destination for buyers with a passion for play?  Aside from its major attractions and strong employment base, the weather really makes Central Florida the ideal place for golf lovers to settle down.  This is why Florida is known as The Sunshine State! 

The region enjoys a tropical climate that brings average summer temperatures of about 90 degrees Fahrenheit and average winter temperatures of 70 degrees.  While Summer temperatures can climb higher and rains are are common during period, Winters tend to be extremely mild.  Freezing temperatures are practically unheard of and hard freezes almost never occur. Even in the rainy season, downpours are ofter limited to the afternoons and don't last long.  This means golfers can enjoy the game almost every day of the year, which makes Central Florida homes especially attractive for golfers.  

Sound interesting to you? Contact us today about your next home in a golf community!