Architect: Mike Dasher
Location: 10 minutes from Orlando Int. Airport, 20 minutes from downtown Orlando, Convenient access from Disney, Universal Studios and International Drive
The design was created by Mike Dasher of Dasher Golf Design. He has created over 40 courses with the world-renowned Arthur Hills Design Team. Including North Shore, he has competed four new courses since 1997: Highlands Reserve Golf Club just south of Orlando: Sienna Plantation Golf Club in Houston, Texas: and Bentwater Golf Club in his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia.
The golf course at North Shore Golf Club winds through native wetlands, majestic oak trees and utilizes the natural topography to create a truly remarkable golf experience.
This course offers two different and distinct nines: The Modern Nine and The Classic Nine. The modern nine has a links style feel to it with marsh and wetlands dotted across the topography. The Classic nine is more traditional Florida golf, winding through 100 year old oak trees. The differing styles provide a unique and pleasurable golf experience.
The playing conditions at North Shore Golf Club are as good as one can expect and are indicative of what you would expect to find at an upscale course charging much higher green fees. The fairways are relatively wide and forgiving with rolling terrain. The greens are receptive and will reward good shots with a birdie or two.
The course is not overly long and sets up rather nice for all skill levels. You will enjoy your round at North Shore Golf Club so much that we expect that you will want to play it again and again.
North Shore Golf Club
11507 North Shore Golf Club Blvd.
Orlando, Florida 32832
From Airport/Universal Attractions area:
Take the Beeline (528) east to Narcoossee Road (exit 13). Make a right onto Narcoossee and follow that for approximately 2.5 miles. Make a left on to Moss Park Road and continue 1.5 miles to the entrance for North Shore at Lake Hart on the right.
From the Disney/Lake Buena Vista/Hwy 192:
I-4 to 417 North,the Greeneway. Take 417 North the Greeneway to the Narcoossee Road exit. Make a left on to Narcoossee, then your first right on to Moss Park Road. The club entrance is approximately 1.5 miles on the right.