Golfing at WDW

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Golfing at WDW

Hey guys, so 3 of our party are looking to go golfing on property during our upcoming trip in October. We can't see any availability for that far out yet but I was just wondering if anyone had a rough idea of the cost? I've heard you have to pay separately for the golf balls too?

Thanks in advance!

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My brother and father did the Sunrise 9 in October. They played the back 9 of the Lake Buena Vista course and it was $35 and included the golf cart and breakfast. I'm not sure what it cost to play 18 but you should be able to see the rates at golfwdw.com.

They liked playing the Sunrise 9 because it was an early morning tee time (less hot) and they still had a full day at the parks.

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JMed's hubby could probably help you out on the prices. I think he did a few courses this year.

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MrHub wrote:
JMed's hubby could probably help you out on the prices. I think he did a few courses this year.

Yep, on it....

He's played Magnolia, Palms and Oak Trail (Sunrise 9) He can't remember the rates for Magnolia and Palms...

The Sunrise 9 was $35 each and included golf, Breakfast sandwich and drink to start and a drink when they were done. He played with our daughter, she is 8. It is a walking course. It is set up for adults and kiddos. For that course be prepared to wait unless you go first thing. A lot of families play and sometimes play is very slow. Luckily only one group was ahead of us.

If you pay for balls, it is only on the range, not to play, unless you come without any of course.

You should be able to call the golf course and they could give you an idea of how much it costs, keep in mind, fall and winter is "prime" season for gold in Florida since it's so warm!

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Prices are seasonal. Also there are always promotions. There are discounts for DVC, resort guests and annual passholders. Also if you are staying at a WDW resort you can get free (tip included) cab service to the course and back to your resort. Just see the bell stand at the hotel and pro shop at the course. With that said, you are looking at $60 to $90 per person. The range is truly that wide. Green fees include cart but range balls will be extra. The courses do often offer the sunrise 9 hole deal. Which is very good. You will go off on the back nine and start with a breakfast sandwich and drink (soft drink). The golf is great on all the courses.

Hit them straight and not to often!

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The best bet is to play twilight. I am going in April. I'll play all the course at twilight for half the price. No one is out there you can finish 18 in time and then have a nice dinner.

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Thanks for the help! I hadn't heard of the Sunrise 9 course, will pass this on as it sounds like a great deal!

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