In an effort to protect the health and safety of our employees and guests, we are following Social Distancing Standards recommended by the Center for Disease Control. These standards will be strictly enforced without exception. We appreciate your patience and understanding as our employees diligently work to provide a safe environment for everyone. Thank you!
Lowest rates are always available online. Walk up or phone reservations are subject to higher prices than what is posted online.
Please Call 352.728.4660 if you experience any issues.
Golfers With Disabilities
We welcome golfers with disabilities. The course will make reasonable accommodations to ensure that golfers with disabilities are able to enjoy the course. Please contact the General Manager or Head Golf Professional at the course for more information.
Tee Time Policy
If you wish to cancel your reservation, we request that you do so at least 24 hours before the start of your round. However, at no point during the online reservation process will your credit card be charged for the amount due at course. Cancellations inside the 24 hour cancellation window are subject to being charged to the credit card at the applicable rate.
Arlington Ridge Golf Course developers chose the talents of golf professional and NBC-TV commentator Gary Koch because of his proven ability to build golf courses that are fair and fun to play. But don’t be fooled: enjoyable doesn’t mean easy—but it doesn’t mean hard, either. It’s a fine balance that stretches your limits in a fun and rewarding way, no matter your skill level.
The Arlington Ridge Golf Club championship course features a river that winds all along the southern boundary. Centuries-old oaks have a commanding presence throughout all 18 holes. These majestic oak canopies provide picture-worthy backdrops to greens and fairways along the way.
Ranging from 4,877 yards from the front tees and 6,610 total yards from the back tees, the course’s respectable par 71 is truly member-friendly. With 5 sets of tee boxes at each hole it’s the kind of course you can play every day and have a new challenge each time. If you’re a good golfer, you’ll enjoy the subtle nuances of well-placed hazards, elevated greens, and dogleg approaches. If you’re a beginner, you’ll still have a great shot at finishing a good round. In short, everyone heads to the 19th hole happy.
Golf is not a sport. It’s a way of life. Live it. Love it.-