- Fishing Excursions
- --Fantasia Gardens
- --Winter Summerland
- Running/Jogging Trails
- Surfing Class at
- ESPN Wide World of Sports
- AllEars® Team Meets
- D23 - The Official Community for Disney Fans
- Pacific Northwest Mouse Meet Website
Other Fun Things
- SHARING THE MAGIC
- -- AllEars® Trading Cards
- -- Close Your Eyes and Blink Yourself to WDW
- -- Photo of the Week
- Audience Participation
- Birthday Ideas: Adults
- Birthday Ideas: Kids
- Carriage Rides
- Collecting Character
- Grand Floridian
- Hidden Mickeys
- Overlooked Attractions
- --Film Tips
- --Digital Tips
- --Videotaping Tips
- Pin Trading Guide
- Pixies at WDW!
- Pressed Penny &
- Scrapbooking Magic!
- --Pontoon Rentals
- --Resort Park Cruises
- Character Warehouse
- Directions from
- Grocery Stores
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- Telephone Numbers
Golf at WDW
AllEars®.net friend Marc Schwartz has one of the most comprehensive sites on golfing at Walt Disney World on the Internet. You can find his site, Marc's Walt Disney World and Golf Site, here:
For Disney's Official Golf Site: www.golf.disneyworld.com
basic information is provided just for general purposes:
World features four 18-hole golf courses, some of which have hosted
PGA Tour events for more than 30 years. In addition, there is a 9-hole,
par 36, walking course.
The courses and some basic stats about them are:
- Designed by Joe Lee, par for this course is 72. It has been rated
a 4-star course by Golf Digest magazine. Its number one "villain"
Magnolia - Also designed by Joe Lee, this is also par 72 and has been rated a 4-star course by Golf Digest. Its number one "villain" is SAND, with 14 bunkers on Hole 4 alone.
Lake Buena Vista - Also designed by Joe Lee, this is also par 72 and has been rated a 4-star course by Golf Digest. Its number one "villain" is NARROW FAIRWAYS.
Ridge - Designed by Tom Fazio, this par 72 course is rated 4.5 stars
by Golf Digest. Its number one "villain" is LARGE ROLLING
Oak Trail - Designed by Ron Garl, par 36, villain-free for juniors and beginners.
NOTE that Eagle Pines closed August 1, 2007.
Private golf instruction by PGA Pro Staff available by appointment
Four driving ranges, four putting greens.
Clubhouses with on-course beverage service.
Complimentary private transportation to all five courses for WDW Resort Guests.
For tee times
call 407-WDW-GOLF or visit the online reservation page HERE.
Group sales: 407-938-3870.