Play Three at Mission Inn Resort & Club

Mission Inn Resort and Club (Image: Mission Inn Resort and Club)

El Campeón is one of Florida’s oldest 18-hole designs. (Image: Mission Inn Resort & Club)

With its new Triple Play deal, Florida’s Mission Inn Resort & Club has added a formidable Nick Faldo design to an already strong lineup.

Home to two acclaimed courses, Florida’s Mission Inn Resort & Club has added a third layout—nearby Bella Collina Golf Course, a Nick Faldo design—to the mix with its new Triple Play Package.

Offered year-round, the deal includes daily breakfast buffet, 18 holes at each course (one round per day), club cleaning, storage and bag tag.

Located in the rolling hills of citrus country, 35 minutes northwest of Orlando, Mission Inn is a classic Spanish Colonial-style retreat featuring 176 guestrooms, hiking and biking rails, eight tennis courts, fishing on nearby Lake Harris, trap and skeet shooting, a fitness centre and the Spa Marbella.

Opened in 1917, the property’s El Campeón (the Champion) course is one of the oldest 18-hole designs in the South and an original member of the Florida Historic Golf Trail. The classic design accentuates the elevation changes unique to the region.

Las Colinas (the Hills), which opened in 1992, features wide fairways that roll over gentle rises, as well as numerous water hazards.

And the Faldo-designed Bella Collina, a 20-minute drive from Mission Inn, is a heroic test of golf stretching 7,500 yards from the tips. The layout sweeps through dunes overlooking the vineyards of Central Florida and Lake Apopka and Lake Siena. At the heart of the property is a luxurious Tuscan-inspired clubhouse.

Rates for the Triple Play Package begin at $166 (US) per night (based on double occupancy and a three-night stay). Rates are subject to change in January 2016.