Tooth 9-hole Course at Orange County National
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A perfect golf outing
Mark was great at check in. Very friendly and accommodating. Course was in great shape and challenging. Perfect place for a tune up. Never rushed.. Beautiful wildlife and a steady breeze.. Good for mind, body and soul. Thank you!
Carts on a walking course?
When I first started playing this course it was walking only — it’s called Tooth 9 Hole Walking Course on their own website — now it’s full of carts pushing the walkers. I enjoy playing it for practice but the amount of carts on a walking course is ridiculous.
Excellent facility. It was good to get back to Orange County. I played the championship courses several years ago and was expecting the Tooth to be similar. Disappointed that it didn’t quite measure up but still a very nice challenge for a short course. Plenty of sand, water and wind to make it interesting. I would play again if looking for a short course.
Because they charge for the golf cart $10 extra. I paid $23 for only 9 holes if you want to play another same 9 holes they have pay $25 more.
Last day in Florida for a Guest that wanted one last round!
Thoroughly enjoyed your short course normally would walk it but time was of the essence prior to flight back to Canada.
Solid par 3
Wanted to grab a quick 9 before noon. Had a 10:12 AM tee time and were done by 11:00 AM. Course was lush, greens were a little patchy but hey for $25 bucks, I can't complain. Always enjoy playing here and it's always in great shape.
This is a fun course to work on your short game. Signage could be better letting you know to check-in at the driving range.
Worst course I've ever played... Honestly
It didn't start out good the lady in the office was rude the lady at the cart was router yet they seemed very disorganized and that was the best part of the day. We went to the practice green honestly the worst green I've ever seen in my life we thought surely the course would not be in this condition most of it was equally as bad. They kept telling us it's better now than it was it's better now than it was I kept saying that's not doing me any good today. Most greens were 20 to 30% totally Dad I'll see you where more than that I don't think anywhere less. I don't believe the bunkers have been worked on yet this year by anyone. The tea boxes were horrible and the fairways iyes the fairways they were just worn weeds motor really short and you were hitting off the bus. I almost forgot about the hot dog that would be the best thing of the day it was delicious it took 15 minutes at the turn and yes that girl was just as rude as the rest. I averaged three to five times a week playing golf took it up 3 years ago then in many states many conditions many courses this is by far the worst example of a course I've ever even heard of let alone seen. Sad to write this article I feel so ripped off...
Short course tune-up
This short 9 hole course is a great work out with your irons. This is not your normal short course, it is loaded with bunkers, everywhere! Orange County utilizes pin placement in conjunction with bunkers, water,, and split level greens.
You need to know club distance really well, and if you do not what a great course to start learning what distance you get out of your irons.
Enjoyable practice round, great value for the money, and would recommend to anyone needing a tune-up on there iron game.
I took my 10 year old grandson who is learning the game and we totally enjoyed the course.
Always enjoy a quick walk around the Tooth after time on the range. Can't beat the "no tee time" convenience and my daughter plays for free. However, this season has not been kind to the course and the fairways are in rough condition. Greens are still playable and roll well for the most part. Decent value for some tune up work on the short irons.
Great short course.
A great 9 hole course. Mostly par 3's and a couple par 4's. Just a fun short course to scratch that golf itch.