Sunday, March 20, 2011

Candler Hills Golf Course at On Top Of The World



On Top Of The World is a huge 55 plus development just south of Stone Creek. OTOW, as it is called, has three golf courses. Candler Hills Golf Course is the only one open to the public.

Candler Hills is a beautiful course set in the glorious rolling hills of central Florida.

The first picture is of the club house and pro shop and the second is a view of the first tee.

9 comments:

Memphis MOJO said...

A big part of the appeal of golf is the beauty of nature - great shots.

Jack said...

Four hours with buddies out in beautiful surroundings. If you don't get hung up on where the ball lands, golf is a pretty good game. This course looks like a good one.

Halcyon said...

I hope to be able to play golf again sometime!

Small City Scenes said...

Very nice. Always nice to be outdoors.

I was outdoors today--sunshining, the boys came up (with parents) and we worked on cleaning the place up and power washing the front porch--shirt sleeve weather--mid 50s. Are you shivering yet? hahaha!! But it was real warm--the 12 yr old peeled down to shorts. We chopped up a lot of downed branches and he got to use my small chain saw. I guess if I was his age I'd peel down too. LOL
MB

Olivier said...

un beau parcourt de golf. j'ai essaye une fois, j'avais été lamentable ;))

cieldequimper said...

Good way to feel on top of the world I guess.

Chipie said...

Hello ! I am now on holidays near Paris for a few days... Very nice your photo...

Cezar and Léia said...

An important competition morning there! :)
They are having lots of fun in this beautiful day. It's so wonderful!
The first picture is impressive, lovely building, but the flag in motion catch my attention.
It's so difficult to take a picture like this one, I mean about the flag.
Your shot is perfect!

Perfect timer with the wind hein?
hugs
Léia

EG Wow said...

Oh, I didn't know Florida actually has hills! I thought Florida was flat!

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson