With the pending changes to Downtown Disney's Pleasure Island--and its effective removal as a benefit for Premium Annual Passes and some Magic Your Way tickets--Disney has compensated by adding rounds of golf at Disney's Oak Trail.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – Disney’s Oak Trail golf course, a relaxed, nine-hole walking course designed for the entire family, has been added as an entitlement on select Walt Disney World tickets.
The ticket entitlement, which covers green fees, has been added to the Water Park Fun & More option of Magic Your Way Tickets and to Premium Annual Passes.
The nine-hole, par-36 Oak Trail course, located adjacent to Shades of Green along with Disney’s Magnolia and Palm golf courses, plays at 2,913 yards (2,552 yards from the front tees). It features undulating target greens. Holes range from 132 yards to a 517-yard, double dogleg par five that Disney pros regard as one of the more interesting and challenging of Disney’s 81 holes of golf.
Oak Trail, which was designed by well-known course
architect Ron Garl, is considered perfect for both the developing golfer
and the experienced player – ideal for a family outing or a quick nine.
Tee times are required and subject to availability and may be made by calling
407/WDW-GOLF or by visiting disneyworldgolf.com.
The Water Park Fun & More option now includes admissions to Blizzard Beach water park, Typhoon Lagoon water park, DisneyQuest, Pleasure Island, Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex and Disney’s Oak Trail golf course. The number of admissions to the guest’s selection of attractions varies from two to 10 depending upon the number of days on the Magic Your Way ticket. Cost of the Water Park Fun & More option is $50 on all Magic Your Way tickets.
With the Premium Annual Pass, guests have unlimited admission for 365 days from the purchase date (except to activities/events separately priced) to Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, DisneyQuest, Disney’s water parks (Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon), Disney’s Oak Trail golf course, Pleasure Island, and Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex, as well as complimentary parking.