Walt Disney World Golf Complex, is a Resort, 99 hole golf facility located in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
The Palm Golf Course at the Walt Disney World Golf Complex first opened for play in 1971. The course was designed by Joseph L. Lee.
Disney's Palm Golf Course is known for its natural beauty that takes you through the surrounding Florida woodlands. This makes the Palm course not only a pleasure to play, but also creates one of Disney's toughest courses on property.
A Joe Lee-designed course, this course features many tree-lined fairways, plus elevated greens and tees. You will find more than your share of water and sand hazards with nine water holes and 94 bunkers strategically placed around the course. The Palm course, located next to the Magnolia course, is played each year as part of the PGA Tours National Car Rental Golf Classic at Walt Disney WorldÂ® Resort and is considered by many pros on the PGA tour the most difficult of the tournament courses.
On this beautiful course, be prepared to see deer and other wildlife as you play in the early mornings. Also be sure to check the sand traps for alligators who enjoy sunning themselves on the course.
The 18th hole is rated the fourth-toughest hole on the PGA Tour. This course is rated one of "America's Top 75 Resort Courses".
Blue Tees- 6,957 yards course rating 73.0 slope rating 133
White Tees - 6,461 yards course rating 70.7 slope rating 129
Gold Tees ----6.029 yards course rating 68.7 slope rating 124
Red Tees -----5,311 yards course rating 70.4 slope rating 124
$36 (cart included), played on Monday, July 2014 at 6am
Course maintenance has suffered since Palmer Golf has taken over the management for this facility. Large mounds of mown grass lying in heaps in the fairways and rough are not conducive to an enjoyable day. Limited refreshment and restroom facilities didn't help matters. When it is 95 degrees and 85% humidity some air-conditioned space would be greatly appreciated.
$66 (cart included), played on Thursday, September 2012 at noon
i have played this course several times in the past and enjoy the layout. the conditioning since palmer took over is much improved. we played in the afternoon and pretty much had the run of the place.great start to a 4 day golf weekend.
$101 (cart included), played on Sunday, February 2011 at 10am
A single player rate is $165 for any of the Disney courses and they're worth around $100+. I bought a 2 day package for $235 which made it a little less. Don't play Osprey. Apparently Disney is paying less attention to it as they recently sold land beside it to a hotel or developer. The condition of this course does not warrant the price.
$56 (cart included), played on Tuesday, January 2009 at 10am
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