Orangebrook Golf & Country Club, Hollywood
Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Orangebrook Golf & Country Club is a historic 36 hole championship golf course located in the heart of Hollywood, Florida. As well as having 36 holes of championship golf the facility has a fully stocked Pro Shop, lighted driving range, (open till 10:00 PM), a restaurant with full bar service, and a banquet room with seating for up to 250.Our Hollywood vacation trip planner makes visiting Orangebrook Golf & Country Club and other Hollywood attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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I played this course in August so it might be the reason the golf course was so much in bad shape. It didn't rain for weeks and the temperature was very hot so it might be why the course was disappoin... read more »
Very different that us disc-golfers would share the course with ball-golfers...nice course, some challenging holes. Scrambling iguanas all over, and even some burrowing-owl nests! It would've been ver... read more »
I've played Orangebrook a number of times on both the East and West courses. This is an inexpensive course we usually select when we just want to have a go at it, spend time with the boys, and not wor... read more »
I've never golfed a full 18 before so maybe I'm not the best one to review but the cashier was subpar, food was subpar, and the course was ok for a beginner
DO NOT GOLF HERE !!! I used to go to Orangebrook circa 2014 - 2015 because it was affordable and it wasn't in that bad condition. Sure it was a little rough, but the green fees were reasonable so it made it worth it. Holy Crap has that course deteriorated ! There was probably 2 out of 18 greens that were putt-able, and by that i mean there was a resemblance of grass. Most greens are completely devoid of grass and have massive canyons running through them. Fairways are complete garbage - concrete hard, no grass. Rough is pitiful and tee boxes are look like a jungle ( is it that hard to mow a tee box?!? ). The worst part is that in March 2016 they charged me $45/pp. The pro shop lady was nice enough to give me $5 off for the greens. WHAT. A. JOKE. I wouldn't pay more than $10-$15 to play this course. Anymore and its a rip off.
I've played Orangebrook a number of times on both the East and West courses. This is an inexpensive course we usually select when we just want to have a go at it, spend time with the boys, and not worry about competing too fiercely. But we do have standards. The boys and I played the West course this past weekend and, while you can't beat $21 per person for a full 18 with a cart (off-season pricing via GolfNow), the course was a complete disaster. I get it hasn't rained much lately, but how can they be ok with the greens in such terrible shape? The greens on the West course were a complete mess. Most of the greens aren't green at all because the grass has completely eroded away leaving hard, lumpy dirt for your putt. I get it's cheap... but geez. One hole had the green in such bad shape, the par-3 16th, that they created an entirely alternate green and hole position in the middle of the fairway (so to speak for a par-3) just 80 yards from the tee box. Never seen that before. If you're looking for super cheap golf so you can hack away, Orangebrook is your place. Just plan to chip your ball right in the hole because that'll be easier than putting on those terrible greens.
Solid layout, friendly staff, average condition of the golf course and great prices. Honestly it is a solid 3/5 golf course. Recommend it to anyone and will make it a regular course in my roster.
Avoid this golf course. Greens were the slowest greens I've ever played on. The greens also had huge sand patches where I could of used my SW to hit it out. The staff is nice, but clearly the course isn't taken care of properly.
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