Compete at an award winning course just minutes from Disney
Located just down the road from Walt Disney World Resort, and just a 30-minute drive from the Orlando airport. Falcon’s Fire Golf Club is recognized as one of the finest Golf Courses in Orlando. The course is surrounded by attractions, restaurants, and accommodations for all members of the family. This Rees Jones designed course brings a championship quality atmosphere to Prospects by Sports Illustrated Orlando Open.
Falcon's Fire features complimentary parking and scenic views of the Orlando area. It has been recognized with the Apex Award and has been voted as one of the “Top 10 Golf Tournament Facilities” in North America by the National Associate of Golf Tournament Directors. White sand bunkers and natural water hazards border the pristine fairways for a stunning aesthetic setting. Tour the course for an in-depth look at Falcon’s Fire layout and design.
The Orlando Open will begin with a practice round on June 9th, with 36 holes of tournament play to follow on June 10th and 11th. Prior to the tournament start, there will be a long drive contest to start the tournament for bonus PSI ranking points and prizes. Tournament features will also include live scoring throughout the course, concessions at the turn, and drone footage of the course during play. You will be sure to want to compete for the top prize of getting your player profile published on our Prospects by Sports Illustrated website!
This will take place on the first day of the tournament at the courses driving range. Anyone who is registered for the tournament is welcome to enter. Prizes awarded to the top drives!
Tournament features will include live scoring and drone coverage of featured holes and the course during play.
Top Tier Course
To ensure elite experiences for our golfers and their families, every course is hand-selected by a team of PSI experts for peak tournament conditions.
Participants will be able to submit their player profiles for publishing on Prospects by Sports Illustrated's website, and top finishers will earn PSI Points that will go towards deciding the Prospects by Sports Illustrated's Junior Golfer of the Year award.