Comfort Suites UCF Area - Research Park
12101 Challenger Pkwy
Orlando, FL 32826
Phone: (407) 737-7303
Fax: (407) 737-7304
12101 Challenger Pkwy Alafaya Trl. & Challenger Pk, Orlando, FL, US, 32826
- Phone: (407) 737-7303
- Fax: (407) 737-7304
Bright House Networks Stadium is a 45,000 seater stadium that is located in the Wayne Densch Sports Complex and inside the campus of University of Central Florida. It has 18 gates, two stadium scoreboards, video display that gives the game statistics, and graphics etc. The stadium's west side has 24 luxury suites accessed by private elevators, a 4,200 sq. ft. club lounge, two roth towers which houses a press box, broadcast suites etc. There are locker rooms, dressing rooms, administrative offices, digital display etc.
Home to the UCF Knights—the baseball team of the University of Central Florida—the Jay Bergman Field was built with an indoor training facility, pitching mounds and batting cages. It was completed in 2001 and named after the head coach Jay Bergman. It can accommodate up to 1980 people at a time. The field has a parking garage next door, so you can be rest assured that you will find parking space easily.
This course, designed in 1972 by Bill Amick, is in excellent shape. Its greens are extremely small. Although the course itself is short, it will bite you if you're careless. Fifteen of the holes involve water. There is a 530-yard par-5 with water on both sides of the fairway and in front of the green. The par-3s are short and interesting, and so are the par-4s.
Located in the midst of lakes, this spectacularly scenic golf course provides a worthwhile golfing experience in Florida. The presence of water interferes with the game and make this course all the more challenging and fun. The clubhouse at Eastwood Golf Club has exceptional practice facilities, a cafe and a golf shop. In addition to this the club also offers top class banqueting facilities. The refreshing outlook of the establishment made this a preferred venue in Florida.
Experience the old Florida style golfing at the Stoneybrook Orlando - East. Striking to every hole here requires special skill as they are designed with some exact approach in mind. The course has plenty of greens, bunkers and wetlands to make your aims and strikes challenging and interesting. They also have a separate practice area that allows you to warm up and brush up your skills. If you fancy a challenge, this place also has tournaments held regularly.
The par is 72. Gold Tees are 6627 yards with a slope of 129. Blue Tees are 6239 yards with a slope of 124. White Tees are 5573 yards with a slope of 113. Rio Pinar is a stately, mature course that hosted the Florida Citrus Open on the PGA Tour in the 1970s. Tall pines shade a number of dogleg fairways. The compact greens are in excellent shape and are receptive to approach shots. Traditional bunkering guards the greens and intrudes into a few fairways. This is a good solid course. The par-5s on the front nine are short; those on the back nine are longer. Most of the par-3s will have you hitting long irons. Mark Mahannah designed this course, and it was finished in 1959. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
Twin Rivers Golf Club course was designed by Joe Lee in 1990. The course is pretty and of average difficulty. The par-5s are approximately 520 yards, with one stretching to 570 from the Blue tees. The par-4s are medium to short. The par-3s range from 167 to 198 yards from the Blue tees. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.
Winter Pines Golf Course has a par of 67, Men's Tees of 5401 yards and slope 106 and Ladies' Tees of 4548 yards and slope 98. This Lloyd Clifton effort has some water, some sand and not much yardage. It is sort of an odd layout; the front nine has a par of 36, while the back nine has a par of 31. The lone par-5 is 472 yards long. The par-3s fall into two categories. Three of them are more than 200 yards. The other four are roughly 155 yards. The par-4s are all very short. This is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.
Quench your need for adrenaline and experience some extreme rush at Orlando Speedworld. A variety of race cars are out there driving at breathtaking speeds through sharp curves, uphill and downhill slopes for the cheering masses. The three mile oval-shaped track also hosts crash and skid events, assuring the sweet sound of timbers colliding or rubbers burning in the scotching track heat. If that's not enough, you can get sloshed while having fun, as beer is available on the grand stands itself.
The narrow fairways at Ventura are bordered by houses. You'll be treated to lots of sand. Water comes into play on all but a few holes. This very short course demands precision rather than strength. Several of the par-4s are well under 300 yards. The par-5s are all at 500 yards or less. There are two reasonably long par-3s. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
Interlachen Golf Course boasts of important golf features, such as Par 72, Back Tees of 6893 yards, Middle Tees of 6446 yards and Forward Tees of 5143 yards. Interlachen is a very tight golf course, especially considering its length from the Back tees. The architect, Joe Lee, has a knack for putting sand and water in the most inconvenient places. So, this course is no exception and accuracy is the only key to conquering this layout. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
This course is another of the many quality golf courses that Lloyd Clifton has designed in Central Florida. This one offers both tight and expansive fairways for your tee shots. The greens tend to be quick. This is a nicely constructed country-club golf course. Any player is within proper limitations from the back tees, and there is no brutish difficulty to be found. The problems this course throws at you are more subtle. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.