All Things Disney Golf

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All Things Disney Golf

I don't golf, but if I did, I'm sure I would do it at Disney!

This morning I ran across this website that covers all things Disney golf!
http://www.wdwgolf.com/

Do you hit the links when vacationing at WDW? Which course is your favorite?

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I would love to... but it would be too much to bring my clubs just for golfing.... but someday I will. I think it would be a lot of fun.

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I beleive that most if not all of the courses rent golf clubs. wink

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We thought about it but haven't wanted to pay the baggage fees. The mini golf courses are fun too!

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My neck doctor advised me to give up golf after my neck surgery, so we don't do that any more. But I think it would be soooo much fun at Disney! Joe says I just want to hit a ball into a Mickey-shaped sand trap...he may or may not be right. laugh

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Yeah you definitely can rent them, I think you might have to stay on property,however...don't quote me on that. My dad and [I went two trips ago. The course was decent, but honestly want't anything too special. That's just my take.

Vettelover wrote:
I beleive that most if not all of the courses rent golf clubs. wink

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Hardy0109 wrote:
Yeah you definitely can rent them, I think you might have to stay on property,however...don't quote me on that. My dad and [I went two trips ago. The course was decent, but honestly want't anything too special. That's just my take.
Vettelover wrote:
I beleive that most if not all of the courses rent golf clubs. wink

Which course were you on? There are several.

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It was Lake Buena Vista or Oak Trail..don't remember.

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Is Magnolia the one near Shades of Green? I keep telling my brother in law to take a long weekend vacation there with his wife since they live in FL, but no, he just doesn't listen...

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Shades of Green sits between three of Disney's Golf Courses (originally Shades of Green was Disney's Golf Resort) the Magnolia, Palm, and Oak Trail. With Magnolia being closet to Grand Floridian and Oak Trail is closest to the Speedway.

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Our 18 yr old is an avid and accomplished golfer. Many times we take him w us and drop him at the golf course and he plays while we go to the park. He could play all day. He has played in many jr tournaments at Oak trail when he was younger. We go to the Pro tournament (not sure who the sponsor is now) every year, we get in free w our annual passes.

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