El Campéon, built in 1917, is one of the South's oldest golf courses. Chicago-based course architect, George O'Neil, and with further enhancements in 1926 by Charles E. Clarke of Troon, Scotland, blended unusual Central Florida elevation changes of more than 85 feet with features of traditional golf design. Rolling fairways and undulating greens only begin to characterize El Campéon. This Orlando area course's signature hole is the par 5, 17th, a long, double dogleg that has more obstacles than some entire courses. An abundance of natural Florida beauty will mark this course as one of your all-time favorites!