Golf Trip Help

LuigiSpice

Mouseketeer
DVC Gold
Joined
Apr 2, 2019
I don’t know if there are any golfers amongst us, but I am considering WDW as a possible spot for my annual golf trip. Amazingly there is very little if any information out there about packages offered. The only webpage I found hasn’t been updated since 2016 so I’m assuming it isn’t going to help.

So, has anyone done this? Did you have to plan it day by day or is there anywhere I can get to help put a package together?

Any help would be appreciated.
 

PCFriar80

DIS Veteran
Joined
Dec 19, 2004
I don’t know if there are any golfers amongst us, but I am considering WDW as a possible spot for my annual golf trip. Amazingly there is very little if any information out there about packages offered. The only webpage I found hasn’t been updated since 2016 so I’m assuming it isn’t going to help.

So, has anyone done this? Did you have to plan it day by day or is there anywhere I can get to help put a package together?

Any help would be appreciated.
I have not personally done it but these links to the individual Disney courses might help.

 

GoofyDad_4427

Mouseketeer
Joined
Nov 21, 2017
I travel every year (except for 2020, damn you COVID!) to the Orlando area in October for our annual golf trip. It is me, my brother, and 4-6 other friends. We usually fly in Thursday night, play 18 Friday, 36 Saturday, take Sunday off and watch football all day, 18 Monday, 18 Tuesday, and fly home Tuesday night.

There are MANY great golf courses in the area. I definitely would not limit yourself to the Disney courses. What we do is we only book our first day tee time in advance, and then for all of our other rounds we go on Golf Now the night before and book it. We have never had trouble doing it this way, and there are always a ton of options. This way, if it rains, you aren't feeling well, or anything else comes up you are not stuck with a tee time you scheduled well in advance. For our group, typically how much we decide to drink the night before will determine what time we want to tee off the next day.

If you want any course recommendations, hit me with a PM.
 

DisneydaveCT

DIS Veteran
Joined
Apr 1, 2002
I golf at WDW on a regular basis, and I never grow tired of the courses including the 9 hole walking course. Having said that GoofyDad_4427 is correct about others in the area. I am a long time fan of Celebration Golf as well as the Disney courses.
 

LuigiSpice

Mouseketeer
DVC Gold
Joined
Apr 2, 2019
We are gonna do the 2 or 3 of the Disney courses then Hawk's Landing and Streamsong.

Do they take disney gift cards at the Disney courses?
 


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