Hitman -- Thanks for the tip...have rounds scheduled for Remmington and Kissimee Bay on Monday & Tuesday.I play Royal St Cloud everytime I get to Fl. and usually more than once on each trip, the red course is the newest 9 and can be tough in the wind as it tends to be a bit narrower than the original 18 white and blue, I really like this course , but there is another course about 15-20 mins away that is real nice except it plays through housing areas Remmington and Kissimee Bay are fantastic courses that have play all day packages and this time of year that's a good deal. I hope to be on these courses within the next 2-3 weeks
Which lay out did you play red/white, white/blue or blue /red I really like the white and blue lay out, because it was the original 18 an I've played it more than the red so I'm used to it, now the red is great a ball strikers 9 holes because you really need to be able to work the ball. I'll be there next Sunday around 2:30 if Southwest is on timeI played Royal St Cloud today. We arrived around 10:30 and had two tee times around noon. We paid $35 which included range balls.
I enjoyed the driving range because the hitting area was grass and it was flat. Most driving ranges in VA are not level. Range balls were just ok. They also have an excellent short game area which is great because most clubs in northern VA.
As for the course, the fairways are Bermuda and were in good condition. We played from the whites so it is about 6,000 yards.
Greens were running kind of slow. It didn't seem like they were cut close, but once you adjusted it was ok.
There was a tournament in the morning so we started about 15 mins late and the round took about 5 hours.
Overall I would say it was well worth the $35 and I would play again.
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I played Kissimmee Bay and Remmington the last two days. Both of the courses were in excellent shape, had friendly staffs, and were fun to play. The 'all you can play' deal was worth it. We played 36 holes both days.That's the original 18 , I see your playing Remmington? That course should have faster greens, they pride themselves on walked/hand mowed greens, nice layout, lots of houses but you would really have to work to get to them with a ball, Kissimee Bay is also nice, slightly tighter, some houses could be reached with a wild shot but all in all a nice layout. and I belive Lee Jansen lives there some where on the back, there is a bench and a plaque with I belive his mothers picture on it, a par 3 with a pond in front.
That's great to hear, best thing I like about the all you can play is I as a single can get to play with twosome's or threesome's and have a blast getting to play and meet new peopleI played Kissimmee Bay and Remmington the last two days. Both of the courses were in excellent shape, had friendly staffs, and were fun to play. The 'all you can play' deal was worth it. We played 36 holes both days.
This is the one I PMed you about BG. I played this last year before the Ulti-demo weekend and Loved it. I plan on hitting this course at the end of this month.I played Black Bear today. Very nice course in excellent condition. Fast greens, deep bunkers, undulated greens.....fun course.
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From my memory I don't think either Kissimmee Bay or Remmington had GPSs in the cart.We are heading down to Vacation Villiage at Parkway in June and I am going to be hitting up a couple days of golf by myself. Looks like Kissimmee Bay and Remmington are about 30 min away and within my budget (especially with golfnow) and I like the fact I may be able to sneak in an extra 18 while the wife and kids are at Disney. Do either of these offer GPS?