Golf and spa are also huge Orlando attractions, and fans of either (or both) will be able to play or relax to their heart's content. The site GolfOrlando.com is a good hub for visitors who want to find a place to play. Although it's also a booking site for full golf packages, GolfOrlando also packs in a ton of information about area courses and lets you you're your tee time up to 90 days in advance.
Nearly all of the resorts that have golf courses in the greater Orlando area let non-guests play, too. The notable exception is Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club & Lodge. Only members or visitors staying at the 70-room Lodge can play the 270-acre course, a regular stop on the PGA tour.
For spas, there's no central information hub, but many of Orlando's bigger resorts have luxurious, full-service spas where you can send tension packing. A few of the bigger names in the local relaxation market include the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center, Waldorf-Astoria Orlando and Rosen Shingle Creek Resort.
Visit Orlando's Lomax suggests booking tee times or treatments at least a week in advance if you plan to be in the Orlando area during July, around the Easter-Spring Break time frame, or over the winter holidays.
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