As the spectacular rolling countryside unfolds to the northwest of Orlando this magnificent Florida golf resort destination is revealed. Mission Inn emerges as a golfer’s paradise complete with 36-holes of championship golf, touched by history, and blessed with natural beauty.
Mission Inn is a secluded oasis that welcomes our golf school guests with the grace and hospitality of a plush private estate. In addition to being the perfect golf school setting, Mission Inn is a short drive from Disney World and Sea World for non-golfing family members to enjoy.
Among the national accolades for the Mission Inn Golf Resort are Golf Magazine’s “Silver Medal” award, a “Four Star” award from Golf Digest, the “Gold Tee” award from Meeting and Conventions and a distinguished member of Zagat’s 2003 America’s Top Golf Courses List. Taking center stage are the 36-holes of championship golf.
Each member of our staff has been handpicked from around the world. We are proud to be represented by the finest staff of teaching professionals, in the world. All our professionals have been PGA or LPGA professionals for 25+ years and include, US Open winner, PGA Master professionals, various PGA section Teacher of the Year award winners, members of several Golf Halls of Fame, the founding editor of Golf For Women magazine, the 1989 LPGA Teacher of the Year, etc.
There are myriad other activities to enjoy at the resort. Students can take advantage of championship tennis facilities, the wonderful Marina Del Rey, swimming pools, fitness center, sand volleyball, horseback riding, nature trails, or even the nearby Lakeridge Winery. There are dining options for every palate whether choosing the allure of a candlelight dinner at La Hacienda or to the more casual Nickers; the three restaurants on property truly have something for everyone.
Revered as one of Florida’s finest golf courses El Campeòn (the champion) was designed by Charles E. Clarke of Troon, Scotland and is consistently ranked in the top of Florida’s 1400+ golf courses. The Las Colinas 18 which was designed by Gary Koch opened in 1992 receiving the “best new resort course” award by Golf Digest, giving it immediate recognition.
The Eagle Golf School. One on one:
- 3 Day School (18 hours of individual instruction): $2,950
- 4 Day School (24 hours of individual instruction): $3,700
- 5 Day School (30 hours of individual instruction): $4,350.
Champion Golf School. Two on one (per person):
- 3 Day School (24 hours of individual instruction): $2,400
- 4 Day School (32 hours of individual instruction): $2,850
- 5 Day School (40 hours of individual instruction): $3,200.
Buddy Golf School. Two on one (per person):
- 3 Day School (18 hours of individual instruction): $2,000
- 4 Day School (24 hours of individual instruction): $2,450
- 5 Day School (30 hours of individual instruction): $2,900.
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The Ultimate Golf Learning Experience R. Private, One on One, golf schools with award winning PGA and LPGA professionals at 17 world class resorts and facilities in the USA. 3,4 and 5 day schools include superior accommodations, 6-8 hours of instruction each day, work on the mental game with the legendary, Carey...
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