Restaurant: Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, open 7 am - 10 pm
Meals: Indoor & outdoor casual dining overlooking the Independence
Bar: Bar in restaurant serve beer, wine and mixed drinks
Banquet Facilities: The resort is one of the premier locations for meeting rooms
Showers: No locker rooms in club house. Shower available by the pool
Driving Range: Practice driving range
Putting Greens: Practice putting green
Chipping Range: Practice chipping green
Club Rentals: Mens & womens right and left handed club rentals
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Reunion Resort Watson Course Reviews (3)
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Lots of sand and moderately narrow fairways but fair to play if you can get out of the sand.
I had heard really good things about the Reunion courses, but i was surprised that there were as many weeds in the fairway as there were at the Watson Course. Nicklaus was in great shape, but not this course.
Vassilios (Goochland, VA)
Great Golf Course. Very well maintained.
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Complimentary range balls included.
Valid 8/1/2011 - 4/30/2018
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About Reunion Resort Watson Course
A traditional, parkland style course with a windswept, native look, the 7,154-yard Independence Course offers undulating terrain unique to Florida with elevation variations as much as 45 feet from tee to green. The first Tom Watson-designed course in Florida, the Independence Course provides beauty and challenge, demanding strategic, well thought out approach shots and a creative short game.
Reunion Resort Watson Restrictions & Fees
Please note, you must be a guest of Reunion Resort in order to play this course.
Valid 8/1/2011 - 12/31/2018
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Designed by 8-time Major Championship winner Tom Watson'Top 20 Courses You Can Play in Florida' by GolfWeekWide, rolling fairways and large green complexesOnly resort in the world with a Watson, Nicklaus and Palmer design on-site