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If you're a golfer you'll pleased to know that there are no less than six golf courses and 99 holes of challenging fun awaiting you at the Walt Disney World Resort! Four of the six courses are regular features of the PGA Tour, but even beginners and families will be able to get out and enjoy the links!

Osprey Ridge and Eagle Pines
The Bonnet Creek Golf Club is home to these two breathtaking courses. Osprey Ridge is a Tom Fazio-designed course with woodland scenery, plenty of water and challenging raised greens. Eagle Pines will put your game to the test with plenty of bunkers, 16 water holes, and dish-shaped fairways on this Pete Dye-designed course.

Palm and Magnolia
These were the first golf courses opened at the Walt Disney World Resort, both designed by Joe Lee. The Palm is perhaps the most challenging of all the Disney golf courses, with its 18th hole ranked as the 4th toughest hole on the PGA Tour. But the Magnolia is no slouch—it's the longest of the Disney courses and nearly 100 bunkers are ready to gobble up the errant shot. Speaking of bunkers, the 6th hole is home to the famous Mickey Mouse sand trap!

Oak Trail
This charming 9-hole course is perfect for beginners and families.

Lake Buena Vista Course
The shortest of the 18-hole courses at the Walt Disney World Resort, Lake Buena Vista holds the rare distinction of having hosted a PGA, LPGA and a USGA event. The highlight of the course is surely the island green on the 7th hole.
 
 
 


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