Rio Pinar Country Club, Orlando

3.5
#19 of 25 in Golf in Orlando
Rio Pinar has long been a favorite tournament venue hosting many PGA, LPGA and FSGA events over the years. The PGA Tour’s Citrus Open was won by many of golf’s greatest champions the likes of Lee Trevino, hale Irwin, Julius Boros and the King Arnold Palmer.

Rio Pinar Golf Club remains a wonderful place to enjoy historic golf and the traditions of the game. The golf course has withstood the test of time and is still a joy to play for low and high handicappers alike. Play the course and you’ll walk in the footsteps of many of golf’s greatest champions.
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  • Very relaxed outing. Fairways are wide and generous for the novice golfer. Pace of play felt rushed with golfers waiting in the wings behind you. Clubhouse grille was quiet and the food was decent. I'...  more »
  • Really enjoyed it. Pace of play great. Old style classic course with lots of trees. Green were being aerated so that was a negative and could be in better shape but overall v good. Biggest complaint i...  more »
  • For years I've been coming here and there was always a lively crowd at the bar.Now the crowd is all gone, the food is terrible and you are lucky to run into a bartender. If you do, no one knows how to...  more »
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  • A really nice gem in Orlando. The course plays like the old fashioned and classic courses of the past with the tree lined fairways it has. It’s a fair test of golf that will only punish you if you hit wayward tee shots. What I love about the course layout and design is that you don’t see many houses that line up the fairways or behind the greens that create an eyesore. The wonderful aesthetics of nature take over here as you see plenty of beautiful backdrops hitting into your fairways and greens. Some of the tee boxes need work, but overall the condition of the course is very good. The sand traps have very playable sand that is nice and fluffy. The greens roll firm and true, although a few of them are small. I grew up in Chicago and almost every course there, grows out the rough to 4 to 7 inches. Here, at this course, the rough is non-existant (thank goodness) and the grounds crew does a great job of making the fairways appear seamless with the absence of rough. This is a great course for the money and a treat to play. A pure and fun test of golf.
  • Good course, not too much water hazards. Prices are very reasonable. Clubhouse is nice, with pool table and couches in the lounge.
  • First time playing there, I love it. Nice staff, course layout is awesome , is a very old course with lots of trees so you best know where to hit it. The greens are in great shape but I had a hard time reading them. I end it up going pretty much straight at the hole.
  • Not a bad golf course, but they pair you with other people, and if they don't want to stop and take a break, you have to play all the way through. The course itself is not bad, not very many water hazards, which is nice. I'd play there again if I could play on my own at my own pace.
  • One of Orlando’s original golf courses (even before bay hill), that is well maintained and cared for, with friendly staff and a great atmosphere. They have regular events and a full restaurant.
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