Disney’s Magnolia Course is the longest of the Disney courses and gets its name from the 1,500 beautiful magnolia trees that line the 7,190-yard course. While picturesque, it does offer plenty of challenging elevations and hazards to keep you on your toes. In pure Disney fashion, be sure to watch out for the bunker shaped like Mickey Mouse’s head.
Disney’s Palm Course is as fun as it is challenging with elevated greens and tree-lined fairways, and the 18th hole is rated the fourth-toughest hole on the PGA tour. Following a complete redesign by Arnold Palmer golf course design, this course is perfect for golfers of every skill level.
The Lake Buena Vista Course was designed like a traditional country club experience with a peaceful, wooded setting and well-protected bunkered greens. It is also one of the few courses to host a PGA Tour event, LPGA Tour event and a USGA event. The final course, Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course, is a quick, nine-hole, walking course perfect for the entire family to enjoy.