Walt Disney World Resort
Walt Disney World Resort, Florida is Resort
Magic Kingdom / Disney Village, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, 32830-1000 United StatesTel: N/A
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Walt Disney World Resort Reviews & Information
4.21 ... Overall Rating
4.33 ... The Course
3.67 ... Course Cond.
4.54 ... Facilities/Serv.
3.92 ... VFM
4.33 ... Pace of play
4.67 ... Hospitality.
4.67 ... Prac. Facil.
4.33 ... Food + Drink
24 ratings & 20 reviews on Golfshake. Ranked out of 2137.
HIGHLY RATED - 100% would play again or recommend
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What the club says: Disney's Magnolia Golf Course features wide fairways dotted with 97 bunkers. It represents a paradise for serious golfers, as well as a thrilling challenge for players at all levels. Step onto the first tee and into the shoes of champions. You'll find yourself powering your way down sweeping fairways at this, the home to the final rounds of the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic.
Disney's Palm Golf Course with elevated greens, 9 water holes, 94 bunkers plus a fair sprinkling of water and woods make this course distinctive. As you play, you may encounter deer and other wildlife. The course provides plenty of challenges for novice players and seasoned pros alike.
The Disney's Osprey Ridge's sweeping 18-hole course is arguably one of the most tranquil locales in all of Walt Disney World Resort. It boasts 7,101 yards from the longest tees for a par of 72—making it suitable for serious and recreational golfers who seek a challenge.
Disney's Lake Buena Vista Golf Course is one of the few courses that have hosted PGA Tour, LPGA Tour and USGA events. The course most notably features elevated bunkered greens that put a premium on accurate approach shots. You can also test your skills and fortitude at the demanding 7th hole with its inviting island green.
Disney's Oak Trail is a 2,913 yard, 9-hole, par 36 course where you will enjoy undulating greens and test your skill with holes ranging from 132 to 517 yards from the back tees. There are plenty of exciting challenges, including holes 5, 6 and 7—routed around a deep canal and a picturesque pond. The course proves fun for everyone, from developing golfers to experienced players.
Golf Course Reviews for Walt Disney World Resort
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9 Hole Disney CourseDisney's Oak Trail sits inside of it's far more famous Disney neighbour course, The Magnolia, and shares the outstanding clubhouse and facilities with that and The Palm.
This 9 hole course is walking only, which in itself is pretty unusual around Orlando. Despite it being described as a warm up to the other courses, it has it's own way of preventing you from beating it up. The fairways aren't the widest, and the raised greens can best be described as small to tiny.
There are some very pretty holes on the course, especially the stretch from 5 to 7, and there's an abundance of wildlife. I apparently wasn't the only turkey on the course! I'm not sure that it's worth the $39 prime time 9 hole fee, but if you get a deal then I'd suggest giving it a go.
(Round played: Nov 2017 - Score: 52 Handicap: )
(Round played: May 2017 - Score: 90 Handicap: 16.4)
(Round played: May 2016 - Score: 88 Handicap: 10.9)
(Round played: Nov 2015 - Score: 92 Handicap: 21.9)
(Round played: Oct 2015 - Score: 94 Handicap: 20)
Excellent course, busy but not slow.
Friendly helpful staff, would definitely play again
(Round played: May 2015 - Score: 43 Handicap: )
(Round played: Mar 2015 - Score: 55 Handicap: )
(Round played: Sep 2014 - Score: 94 Handicap: 10.8)
(Round played: Jan 2014 - Score: 57 Handicap: )
(Round played: Aug 2013 - Score: 89 Handicap: 16.5)
Very wide open course, and dispite the heavy rain from the previous 2 days, it had drained very well. Was playing about 300 yards longer due to the rain.
A number of holes offer a surprising challange, with driving and approaching to the correct places key to a good score.
Would highly recommend it.
(Round played: Apr 2012 - Score: 100 Handicap: )
Enjoyed all three of them. Magnolia tends to be the busiest (this is one the pros play the Childrens Miracle Network CLassic on). Is the longest, and has the Mickey Mouse bunker.
We really enjoyed Lake Buena Vista course as well, was more typical of FLorida course (being that it wound its way round Key West housing) but i think it tends to be bit quieter. We played at 3.06pm and felt like we were the only people on the course.
Courses are expensive (even if staying on site) We tried to play at twilight (after 3pm) this works fine unless you get stuck behind a load of 4 balls! Our last game on Palm, we finished at 6.45pm (mid October and light was fading fast)
CAnt recommend the courses, service and facilities enough. We booked our tee times via Golfnow.com, $39 dollars twilight plus a 10% booking fee to the site. Disney site price is $59.
GPS buggies are great, lots of free tees, pencils, ball markers - all logo'd up :-)
2958Course was beautiful. Very green, when and thers courses in the orlando area where suffering from lack of rain.
Fairways like the average British green and a first cut like the average British fairway makes the course great to play on. Greens are like lightening with such subtle breaks the ball seems to have a mind of its own.
Green fees of $150 are high, but book to tee off after 3:00pm for 70% off.
Outstanding course in fantastic condition, played from the white tee's it measures 6642yards.
A long opening par 4 of 410 yards, the tee shot made more difficult due to the amount of spectators (golfers waiting there slot).
Stand out holes:- 6th 175yard par 3, guarded by three bunkers the front middle one shaded as mickys head. the 14th is a dogleg right par 5 523yards with four bunkers waiting if your not long enough in taken on the dogleg.
highly recommended course to play in florida.
cost in May $109 (£55 approx) again gets pricey in the winter months.
2851Disney Lake Buena Vista course.
Excellent course in fantastic condition, as with all the disney courses can be pricey at certain times of the year, mainly the winter cooler months $149 (approx £80) drops to $99 for a day visitor from May - september.
Not overly long at 6264 yards from the white tee's and a nice 489 yard par 5 to get you off and running thought beware the lake on the left which is in range off the tee.
The 7th is a great short par 3 of 117 yards.....to an island green.
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