Bay Hill is located midway between Universal Studios and the Disney Resorts in southwest Orlando, and is owned by and the winter home of Arnold Palmer. Dick Wilson designed the course in the early 60's, but Palmer and the late Ed Seay have tinkered with the course ever since.
It is a classic and big, Florida course playing to 75.3/140, course/slope ratings from the 7,267 yard tips. There's plenty of sand and water hazards creating heroic strategies, and not a hole to catch you breath on. It's the home of the annual PGA tour stop bearing Palmer's name, and only open to the public if you stay in one of the 70 lodge rooms. If you're there in the winter around 12 noon, you might even see the King as he prepares for his daily shootout.