David Leadbetter, Lake Nona Golf Club; Fred Griffin, Grand Cypress Resort; Dick Tiddy, Arnold Palmer Academy at Bay Hill; Mike Bender and Simon Holmes, Timacuan Golf & Country Club; Rick McCord, Orange Lake Resort and Country Club; Gary Irby, Maximum Performance Golf Academy; Bill Skelley School of Golf, Mission Inn Golf and Tennis Resort; Nick Faldo, Faldo Golf Institute by Marriott; Phil Ritson, Orange County National Golf Center.
Greater Orlando is the home to at least 30 PGA Tour pros, eight Senior Tour pros and more than a dozen LPGA pros including: Helen Alfredsson, Brad Bryant, Nick Faldo, Scott Hoch, Emilee Klein, Mark O'Meara, Barb Mucha, Arnold Palmer, Corey Pavin, Karrie Webb and Tiger Woods. Also making Orlando their home are U.S. Women's Open champion Annika Sorenstam and U.S. Open champions Ernie Els, Lee Janzen, and Gary Player.
Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye, Tom Fazio, Joe Lee, Robert Trent Jones, Rees Jones, Lloyd Clifton, Dick Wilson, Ron Garl and Gary Player.
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Many facilities arrange group golf tournaments and even include challenging nighttime golf. For those who don't know the difference between a fairway and a freeway, many Orlando golf academies can customize golf instructions for groups or individuals.
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