Champions Gate golf club has two 18 hole courses that where designed by Greg Norman, these are known as the International course and the National course.
The International course has the feel of a lyncs course and is built around the natural wetlands and features long carries, undulating greens and deep bunkers. The National course is built around Pine trees and Citrus groves.
Champions Gate has many features including Valet parking, Clubhouse that overlooks both courses, superb Grille that features breakfast and lunch, golf shop, practise facilities that include sand traps, driving range and putting green. Calaway clubs are also available for hire.
For more information on the course you can visit: Champions Gate web site
Slope = This is how difficult a course is for a Bogey golfer (someone who regularly shoots 18 over par) 113 is the US average for a course, so a figure of 122 would tell you that this course is more difficult than the average course, the location and distance of the Tees can affect the slope so for each Tee you will have a slope.