Harmony Golf Preserve, Orlando

3.8
#16 of 25 in Golf in Orlando
Harmony Golf Preserve is a Johnny Miller Signature Design Course and maintains the highest degree of environmental quality. Harmony Golf Preserve opened in 2002 and is built on a 260-acre wildlife preserve. This extremely challenging, picturesque layout is wrapped around existing wetlands, broad meadows, towering pines, and natural ponds to form a stunning combination of holes with no homes fronting the golf preserve.
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  • My third visit and was always a good experience for the price offering. So, following the not insignificant drive from I Drive area, arriving at 8.30 am for a 10 am tee off, 20 players, there is NO fo...  more »
  • On vacation, we found a Groupon for golf. It's south of Kissimmee, FL in St. Cloud, FL but it is worth it, believe me. The fairways are generous in width. The greens are challenging, scenery is amazin...  more »
  • My group was travelling back to Kissimmee from the east coast via the 192. Harmony is a relatively new housing area (off the 192) with some nice properties around the course. There is a decent store a...  more »
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  • The course itself is in really good shape. Tee boxes have some bare spots but overall very nice. Fairways are cut short but in great shape. The greens are spectacular and roll fast and true. Bunkers and rough are well maintained. The course layout is great and generally wide open. The restaurant food is very good and pro shop staff are nice. My only issue is the cart attendant did not fill the coolers with ice or the sand bucket with sand. He did not seem like he cared about anything either. Wasn't there when I arrived or when I finished. Also, there is no water on the course at all. Although we were notified by a sign in the pro shop, i find this odd. The beverage cart does not sell alcohol at this time due to a beer/wine license issue. Overall I like the course and will return but those issues should be resolved.
  • Played here with a few friends while in town for the Christmas holiday. The clubhouse was nice, along with those that worked in there. The range was okay, but the balls were old and it was hard to find a decent spot to hit from that want chopped up. The course itself has a very nice layout. It could be a top tiered course. There is a lot of water and great bunker positioning. The holes are varied in terms of distances and the greens are far from flat which is great. The carts were pretty standard, but did come with a cooler on one side and sandbox on the other. I'd recommend a sand box on both sides so it was easier to fix divots. Pace of play was pretty good. Unfortunately, the conditions were sub par. The tee boxes were overgrown and many were torn up. Fairways were less than stellar and need some love. The rough was okay, but some areas were nothing but sand and dirt. Greens were slow and looked like they hadn't been cut in a while. Very bumpy and not a very true roll. It was definitely disappointing condition wise. I enjoyed the views as there is a lot of wildlife on the course. We saw alligators, snakes, and birds. A nice addition to the playing environment. As I said, the course could be fantastic, but I'm assuming the fact that the home development head not taken off means that there is less $$$ to spend on course upkeep, which is really unfortunate. I won't be back until I hear that conditions have improved. Royal St Cloud and the other courses I played while I was in town had much better conditions, and a better price to go along.
  • The layout is great. Every course should have a short par 4 (check) medium length par 4 that gives you options for risk/reward (check). A reachable par 5 (check). 3 shot par 5 (check). Par 3's that all play to different yardage (check). There's not much to not like at Harmony. The conditions for mid January were very good. It's a little off the beaten track, but worth the 30-45 minute drive from Orlando area.
  • Eight of us golfed at Harmony back in November, two rounds in one week. we intend on going back next year for our yearly week long stay in Orlando. Travis ( Manager) and staff treated us very well. The course may need a little TLC on some holes but overall we had a great time. Some of our Group were low handicappers and they found the course tough but fair for all. Some great holes, lots of fun.
  • Great golf experience on a well maintained course. Just wish vacation golfers would pay more attention to filing divots and raking bunkers. Always a must play when in Orlando.
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