Ridgewood Lakes Golf & Country Club, Davenport

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
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3.1/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
Ridgewood Lakes Golf & Country Club is located in Davenport. Ridgewood Lakes Golf & Country Club is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Davenport Edition.
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  • Using the Golfnow app I booked a three ball at this course which was incredibly cheap. Don't let the nice entrance fool you. The clubhouse if you can call it such was rubbish compared to most of the c...  read more »
  • Nice course but they need more employees to service their customers. We played here years ago when it was a little nicer but still not too bad 
  • Just played Ridegwood Lakes Golf Club in Davenport again. ( played it last time we was here) Not far from Disney parks. This course is both challenging and rewarding. The course is being maintained to...  read more »
  • The newer Management are not taking care of this course!. Beautiful Palm trees are dying due to neglect & lack of trimming. The light on street entrance is out. The drive & parking lot are full of potholes. This is wrong, & this formally pristine course is looking like a dump! If you can not maintain this course, sell it to someone who can. Shameful!!!!
  • One of my favorite courses in the Orlando area. A bit higher green fee but deals can be found if you are flexible. Great service from the staff including unloading and club cleaning.
  • The place was great! I'm not good enough to play here though. Beware the water hazards! They are everywhere.
  • Greens are absolutely horrible at the moment. It's a shame this course could be the greatest in the area. At the moment it's not worth $5.00 to play. Kitchens grill is closed, so hot dogs and cold subs only, and you'll be lucky if they have beer. Range is closed due to a broken picker so good luck trying to get some practice in. Shane shame is this place is a hidden gem that is marketed correctly and no money is being spent to improve it to its full potential.
  • I lived in the neighborhood for about 7 years, ever since July 2006, and then we moved out to California in '12. I used to go on the course every once in a while with my dad, and I loved the fact that at hole 5 or 6, I could drive through the tree line to Sabal Lake Dr. on the golf cart, go home, grab a bite, then finish the round. What really set it all off was the architecture. Whoever built the course did a phenomenal job. The food was delicious, the staff members were always friendly, and every once in a while they would come and play a round with us. All I've really got to say is, if you live in the Orlando, and are looking for an all-around spectacular golf course, DO come here! You will find yourself basked in friendliness and the beauty of the tropics. I really miss coming here, even just seeing the staff made me happy.
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