El Campeon, "The Champion", was built in 1917, and is one of the south's oldest golf courses. One of two championship courses at The Mission Inn Resort, El Campeon is a hidden gem in the highland countryside just north of Orlando that has formidably stood the test of time. The traditional style course features elevation changes of 85 feet, rolling fairways framed by towering live oaks and sparkling spring-fed lakes. These features, combined with rare Ultra Dwarf Bermuda Grass undulating greens, offers guests a tour-caliber experience. The signature hole is the par-5, 17th, a long, double dogleg that has more obstacles than some entire courses.
El Campeon has attained a 4-Star and "Top 25 Resort Course" rating by Golf Digest, in addition to Golf Magazine Silver Medal "Top Resort" and Golf Week "Top 25 Places to Play in Florida" awards. Come stay and play at Mission Inn's oasis of 36 holes that is touched by history and blessed with natural beauty.