Reunion Florida is a great place to vacation with the whole family. There are many different activities to do together or separately. There is golf for those that love the game, there is a spa for a relaxing massage that will take away all of your stress, and there is a water park for the whole family or just for the kids. There are a lot of activities to have fun doing, but the rooms are beautiful and a great place to enjoy a movie night with the family or a nice relaxing day playing games and enjoying time with your loved ones.
If a Reunion Resort Orlando Florida vacation comes down to golf, players meet their heroes' imaginations on three signature courses: Tom Watson's Independence course, Jack Nicklaus's Tradition Course and Arnold Palmer's Legacy Course.
Tom Watson's Independence Course is known for its assortment of bunkers and roomy greens. The layout looks simple, but players soon learn of its deception. The undulating terrain is characteristic of central Florida, but the Independence Course ranges up to 45 feet from tee-to-green. Guests soon see how the landscape and wildlife diversity could once have been 2300 acres of citrus grove. Links Magazine rate the Independence Course in the Top 10 Orlando Courses You Can Play (2011).
Arnold Palmer's Legacy Course reflects its architect's trail-blazing risk-reward attitude to the game. The layout is a roller coaster of hills riddled with enough bunkers to redefine the term, bravery. Its fairways are wide and welcoming but for the traps that prey upon wayward approach shots. If Arnold Palmer's career were deemed to be make-or-break, his Legacy Course establishes that fine line with its guests. The Legacy Course made Golfweek's list of Top 100 Resort Courses in 2009.
"The Golden Bear," Jack Nicklaus, etched his parkland-styled Tradition Course as an unconventional alternative to “resort golf” experiences. Geography offers a plethora of tree species which make shade for wild turkey, heron, egret, osprey, red tail hawks, eagles and owls. Okay, the Tradition Course does offer plenty of water traps on nine holes just to keep golfers sharp. The course is also known for its postage-stamp greens. Golfweek ranked The Tradition Course at number 17 on the list of Best Courses You Can Play (2010).