One of the few walking tracks in Central Florida, Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course will test you with a 9-hole course designed by Ron Garl and operated by Arnold Palmer Golf Management , with holes ranging from 132 to 517 yards. As part of the Cooperative Wildlife Sanctuary, you have a good chance of seeing deer and turkey, as well as potential alligators, as the course is routed around a deep canal and pond. The course features junior tees, as it acts a fun way to learn on a forgiving course that will also give you some great exercise. The par-36 course is pull-cart or carry only, so no zipping around this one.
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Address: 1950 West Magnolia Palm Drive, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
About Disney’s Oak Trail
Designer: Ron Garl | Number of holes: 9
Type of course: Resort, Public | Style: Regulation
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How to get here
Orlando International (24 miles)
Tampa International (79 miles)
Orlando (23 miles);
Tampa (71 miles);
Miami (238 miles);
Atlanta (438 miles);
New York (1,099 miles);
Boston (1,309 miles);
Philadelphia (1,009 miles)
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Booking a tee time
Check out available tee times if you’re going to be in the neighborhood.
Walt Disney World amenities
While there are plenty of cart snack options on the course, there are also nearby eateries, from the on-course restaurant to Disney Springs just a few miles away to enjoy a post-round meal or beverage. Only cash or credit cards are taken at this time while on the course. Click on any of the items below to learn more about how you can prepare for your round.