This is certainly nothing that would ever interest me, but I couldn’t resist passing along this information. I hope you get a chuckle out of this as well!
As August is National Golf Month, here’s an unusual tidbit about Nude Golf to share with your readers/followers….
Just outside of Orlando in Kissimmee, FL the Cypress Cove Nudist Resort provides a unique opportunity: to golf nude on it’s nine-hole chip and putt course. The course consists of 9 holes of golf with varied distances and degrees of difficulty, including a variety of hazards and out of bounds markers.
A shelter is provided where players gather every afternoon at 3:00 PM during the winter months from October through April for a best ball scramble, which takes approximately one hour to play at a cost of 30 cents per player. All money is returned to the winning players and includes a prize for closest to the pin. There have been as many as 36 players showing up to join in the fun and competition.
There’s also a worst ball competition the 2nd Friday of each month, which provides a lot of entertainment and fun and some unusually high scores. It takes a little longer to play because each team has to play from the worst ball instead of the best ball.
There is usually a fun tournament with food and drinks in the spring each year. In addition to this organized event, players are welcome to play the course at any time at no cost. Clubs, tees and balls are provided for players who don’t have their own equipment.
All skill levels are welcome, even individuals who have never golfed before. However you must be a guest at Cypress Cove to play the course. Here’s the link: https://www.cypresscoveresort.com/activities/golf/. Cypress Cove is a member resort of the American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR).
Elsewhere among the AANR roster of member clubs is Turtle Lake Resort in south central Michigan. This club also offers a Mini Golf Course along with a 9-Hole Disc Golf Course among other recreational amenities.
About AANR: For 88 years, AANR has been the leading authority in North America on protecting the freedoms and rights of those who participate in wholesome, family-style nude recreation. Members of AANR believe that life is enhanced by the naturalness of social nudity and encourages Nakation® vacations as healthy, eco-friendly transformational travel experiences. From exercise to relaxation, a person’s physical, spiritual, and mental well-being is enriched through nude recreation. AANR supports over 180 chartered clubs, resorts, and campgrounds (and growing), and serves more than 30,000 members and 52 million individuals throughout the U.S., Canada, and internationally. For more information about AANR and for facts related to nude recreation, visit www.aanr.com or call 1-800-TRY-NUDE (879-6833). To receive information on upcoming news and events, sign up for our newsletter here.