How rare is it in life when expectations are not only met, they are exceeded? It can be a magical moment when this occurs. Such is the case when you experience Mystic Dunes Golf Club.
Aged cypress trees, oak hammocks, native wetlands and sandy dunes paint the landscape with bold strikes. One of Central Florida's newest golf courses, Mystic Dunes Golf Club at the Wyndham Palms Resort and Country Club is unlike any other in the area. This 18-hole championship course offers an unprecedented golf experience, including a challenging course, ParView GPS system, and an atmosphere that presents both a resort and a country club atmosphere.
Designed by PGA Tour professional and NBC golf analyst, Gary Koch, the course incorporates much of the natural surroundings, preserving existing topography throughout its 156 acres.
A par 71, 7,012-yard course, Mystic Dunes offers lush landscaping and changes in elevation that vary dramatically between the eastern nine holes and the western nine holes, leaving golfers feeling as if they have played two different courses.
The dunes-style western nine, with the feel of a British Isles links course, takes advantage of sweeping elevation changes and native sand dunes. The "low-country" eastern nine is reminiscent of Carolina classics, as each hole meanders through wetlands and oak forests. Rounding out the experience are "four of the best finishing holes you'll find anywhere," according to Golf & Leisure Magazine.