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About The Wonderful World of Golf - Disney Style

All 99 holes of golf at Walt Disney World are open to the public. Golf packages are available by calling 407 939-4653 (407 WDW-GOLF). For tee times and information call 407 824-2270 at least 7 days in advance of your trip. Resort guests can reserve up to 30 days in advance.

  • The Palm Course - rated one of America's Top 75 Resort Courses and is the toughest to play. The 18th hole is rated 4th toughest on the PGA tour.

  • The Magnolia Course -the longest course and designed like a PGA classic. A sand trap on the sixth hole is shaped like Mickey Mouse.

  • The Lake Buena Vista Course- a classic country club which has hosted PGA, LPGA and USGA events.

  • The Eagle Pines course has pine straw and sand that replaces grass rough.

  • The Osprey Ridge Course - surrounded by tropical wilderness this course is ranked as one of the best in the U.S.

  • For a quick 9 holes try the Oak Trail Course, designed for families. Around $32.

    Fees for the Palm, Magnolia and Lake Buena Vista courses will range from $115 and up from January to April, with slightly lower fees during April to October and twilight specials around $50.

    Greens fees for Eagle Pines and Osprey Ridge course range from $135 January to April and lower from April to October and twilight specials around $55.

    Disney World TIP: If you don't have a backpack, get one before you go to WDW. Ours held our sunglasses, camera, snacks, water bottles, maps, sunscreen, and other stuff. It beats the hell out of trying to hold that stuff, cram it in pockets, etc.

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