Top 10 Differences Between Disney World and Disneyland

Disney World Golf

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Walt Disney World boast three championship tour style courses. Disney’s Palm golf course features shimmering lakes, tropical sands, palm trees and sloping greens. Disney’s Lake Buena Vista course, in the Disney Springs area has hosted the PGA Tour, the LPGA Tour and USGA events. This 18-hole course most notably features elevated bunkered greens that put a premium on accurate approach shots. Disney’s Magnolia course, located at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is the longest of the courses and features spacious greens, elevated tees, and challenging water hazards. Magnolia is Certified by Audubon International as a Cooperative Wildlife Sanctuary and is 4 star rated by Golf Digest. If you aren’t quite ready for your go at the Masters, no worries Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course is a beautiful 9-hole course with rolling greens and exciting challenges sure to test your skills.

If you still aren’t up for the big challenge, Walt Disney World also offers Fantasia Garden, Fairways and Winter Summerland Miniature Golf courses.

Yes, of course you can go golfing in Southern California, just not at Disney. Sorry.  Photo credit Disney



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