El Campeon Course at Mission Inn Golf & Tennis Resort

Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida
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El Campeon Course at Mission Inn Golf & Tennis Resort
10400 County Road 48, Howey in the Hills, Florida 34737-3000
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Tees 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total Slope Rating
Blue 503 176 460 405 450 398 448 190 349 3379 569 431 240 340 514 142 347 538 423 3544 6923 133 72.2
White 467 168 367 374 382 364 421 155 334 3032 495 374 164 332 477 138 317 518 388 3203 6235 123 71.2
Gold 422 163 308 335 360 308 367 140 318 2721 414 359 152 237 432 125 301 498 369 2887 5608 119 67.6
Red 353 115 247 241 293 257 367 100 283 2256 409 343 123 237 386 104 236 436 281 2555 4811 118 67.3
Par 5 3 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 35 5 4 3 4 5 3 4 5 4 37 72
El Campeon Course at Mission Inn Golf & Tennis Resort Ratings & Reviews
Anonymous v3
DJ Chuck Johnson
about 1 month ago
The Mission Inn... it's a Central Florida favorite! Having DJ'ed many receptions here, I can tell you there is no place else quite like the Mission Inn. The are lots of Orlando wedding venues, but no other location brings the romance of a Spanish Mission. There is a lot of variety, as well. You can have your ceremony outside surrounded by friends and family. For reception locations, you can choose the Spanish courtyard or inside one of the many restaurants of ballrooms. The possibilities are almost endless with the number of combinations the wedding staff offers. If you are not looking for a "typical" hotel ballroom, this just might be the perfect spot for your Central Florida Wedding!
Anonymous v3
3 months ago
We stayed at this Resort due to a prize that we won from my employer which we were super grateful and excited for. However, our experience was not what we expected. Shortly, after we checked in we went to dinner at one of the restaurants at the resort named El Conquistador. As soon as we entered the restaurant everyone was staring at us as if we had just walked into a members only restaurant (mind you we had reservations and it was not a members only restaurant). That made us feel awkward but we brushed it off and were seated at our table. It took our server about 25 mins just to greet us and bring us some waters. When she arrived at the table my husband asked if she was the only server for the entire area and she said unfortunately yes she was the only server working that side. Service was slow due to there being 4+ tables that she was tending too but it was not terrible. Just very slow. The next day my husband golfed with one of our friends (they both had vouchers) however our friend had to give TWO vouchers as opposed to my husband who only had to give ONE voucher (they were playing the same course). That was extremely odd, why two people playing the same course were charged two different amounts? Once again, we moved past it. I went to the breakfast buffet with my friend when a server came over to us and greeted us, she was a very sweet older lady. Shortly after we had our food, a different server came over and placed our checks on the table and asked us "If we were staying at the resort?" I found that even more odd because #1 I had not asked for my check and #2 Why was she asking if we were staying at the resort? -- I replied to her that we were waiting on our husbands to come and have breakfast with us so we were not ready for the check especially because we had just sat down with our food. The point I am getting too is that between these few examples of our experience we felt not welcome at this resort and not just a little, we felt extremely unwelcome at this resort. This was supposed to be a really nice couples getaway weekend and that unfortunately was not our experience. The people that were staying at this resort were primarily older in age and of one race. I am not sure if it was because of our race that we were treated differently but it definitely felt that way. I hate to say this because I have never experienced anything like this before but this being the first time was definitely unfortunate and saddening. With that being said, I unfortunately would not recommend this resort to anyone.
Anonymous v3
Stacie R
5 months ago
We stayed at this "resort" for a large event. They did not try to keep our group in the same building (and this is a rather spread out facility). My husband and I had to walk 100 yards from the parking lot to our room, past a water fountain that was pretty, but would spray us depending on the wind. One of the gathering spaces smelled musty and moldy and was dripping water from the ceiling. The banquet food was so-so: salmon looked and tasted like chicken. They seemed to forget about one of our events - not bringing coffee until we asked for it (late); not clearing the space from a prior group event and never bringing water. Non-group people (resort employees and other guests) walked though our event room. A friend of ours had her pants ruined because she walked on the sidewalk on a Saturday, through what looked like water, but it had bleach in it. Our bathroom tub did not drain, and the faucet had gaps and was not fully secured to the wall. The grounds are beautiful, but the buildings seem neglected. Not worth the $192 (discounted rate) we paid per night.
El Campeon Course at Mission Inn Golf & Tennis Resort is an 18 hole golf course located at 10400 County Road 48, Howey in the Hills, Florida 34737-3000 and plays 6923 yards from the tips . The estimated course record for El Campeon Course at Mission Inn Golf & Tennis Resort is 63. It has a slope of 133 and rating 73.6. We have the scorecard for this course. This course is located in Florida in the city of Howey-in-the-Hills in 34737 . Las Colinas Course at Mission Inn Golf & Tennis Resort and Bella Vista Golf & Yacht Club are located nearby.