Tooth 9 Hole Walking Course
Need an emergency nine after playing our two championship courses? Just have a little time to kill before you travel? Then check out the Tooth!
“OCN’s Tooth Course Named Top Short Course”
“Home of the 2001-2005 Orlando Jaycee’s Pee-Wee Championships”
Like our entire facility there is nothing you would call ordinary about the Tooth. It is in the same great shape as our regulation courses and provides exactly the same type of challenge albeit on a smaller scale. The Tooth Course provides the perfect venue to try out the new shots in your arsenal. When it clicks—when you hit that perfect draw that clears the bunker and lands three feet from the hole—you’ll know your practice was worth it. Tooth will give you the opportunity to work on that cut 6 iron you needed to hit on Crooked Cat earlier in the day or make that knee knocking birdie putt you missed on Panther just a few minutes ago. Whatever the goal, time spent on the Tooth will be fun and memorable. Read on to learn why we feel it’s the best nine hole golf course in Orlando FL.
The Tooth course offers gentle elevation changes, challenging bunkers , and a lake that is in play on four of the holes. This may be our short course but it is not short on challenge. Tooth Course is a walking only golf course which allows you a chance at exercise while having fun! With the ability to complete nine holes in less than an hour, it offers the opportunity to maximize the time spent on improving your scoring. We invite younger players to try out their skills at the Tooth as well. Florida junior golfers can play Tooth at no charge when accompanied by a paying adult and we even offer them special pricing for when they play on their own. Help your junior stars work on the shots that will lead to lower scores – put them out on the Tooth. And remember that if you need a little more golf practice or the putting greens are giving you fits then step up to the Tooth for an extra chance to go low! Discover why the Tooth is rated amongst the best junior golf courses in Florida.