White Heron Golf Club

Course Information

Originally built in 1994 by Golf Course Architect Ted McAnglis and redesigned and rebuilt in 2020. This Championship golf course is a gem in Central Fl. And a must play for the golf enthusiast.

White Heron Golf Club, opened and known as Ridgewook Lake GC in 1994, features some of the most unique and renovated holes in Central Florida. The original layout was crafted by renowned architect Ted McAnlis. McAnlis, once a NASA civil engineer, learned golf design by working for the prolific George and Tom Fazio. The White Heron GC layout extends well over 7,400 yards and features undulating greens, dramatic fairway elevation changes and over 100 natural sand bunkers set in Central Florida area.

White Heron GC spans over 200 acres of lush grounds in Central Florida area Orlando, Our 18-Hole Championship Golf Course was designed to create the perfect setting for challenging golf and a scenic blend of native Florida wildlife and tropical vegetation.

White Heron Golf Club


Our mission is to maintain and continuously improve the golf course and clubhouse facilities for present and future members and guests. To deliver a rewarding membership experience in line with our core values both on and off the course, by ensuring that services and facilities are of the highest possible standard, while maintaining our financial stability and providing our members with excellent value for their money.


The vision of the White Heron Golf Club  is to be the best country club in Central Florida by attracting and retaining long term members as well as guests from the surrounding area by consistently
providing high-quality golf, dining, and social experiences.


We focus on continuous improvement of our golfing, clubhouse services, and social activities. We consult regularly with our members to seek out new ideas in relation to all of our club’s activities. Respect – We provide a friendly, caring, and respectful environment for all of our members, visitors, and staff. We treat every employee as an asset and invest the appropriate amount of time in coaching, counseling, and developing them.