B-Roll: Golf at Walt Disney World Resort

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Walt Disney World Resort is one of the largest golf resorts in the country with a total of 63 holes on three 18-hole championship courses and a 9-hole family-play course. Several of the courses are certified by Audubon International as cooperative wildlife sanctuaries. The resort includes:

  • Disney’s Magnolia course - Named for its 1500 magnolia trees, this course is one of the two original golf courses that opened with Walt Disney World Resort forty years ago. Designed by Joe Lee, the course has hosted final round play for PGA Tour events since 1971.
  • Disney’s Palm course -Designed to accentuate the natural beauty of the land, the course opened in 1971 near Magic Kingdom. Recognized as one of America’s premier resort courses, Disney’s Palm will be renovated to earn the designation of an Arnold Palmer designed course.
  • Lake Buena Vista course – Built in 1972, the course adjacent to Downtown Disney and Saratoga Springs Resort stretches to 6,829 yards from the championship tees. As a past host for PGA, LPGA and USGA tour stops, the beautifully conditioned course is a challenge for pros and amateurs alike.
  • Oak Trail course - one of Disney’s most popular courses, this nine hole walking course is ideal for golfers of all ages and skill levels.

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