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Get into the Holiday ‘Swing’ with Disney Golf

Darrell Fry

by , Sports Media Director, Walt Disney World Resort

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If you’re looking for something different at Disney to do with the kids while they are out of school for the holidays, Disney Golf has some ideas for you.

How about putting the kids in a golf camp? Starting December 22, Disney Golf is offering a series of special one-day holiday golf camps for juniors. The camps are December 22, 23, 29 and 30 at Disney’s Lake Buena Vista golf course at Walt Disney World Resort.

The camps offer PGA instruction on all facets of the game, from putting to on-course play. Naturally, the camps are designed to appeal to kids through games, prizes and an overall fun atmosphere. Kids ages 7-17 can participate in one camp or all four.

Each one-day camp runs from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and costs $115 per kid (includes lunch and beverages). To sign up your kid, call (407) WDW-Golf or go to www.golfwdw.com.

Play 9

There’s also something new for adults this holiday season. Guests looking to get in a few holes early before hitting the theme parks can take advantage of Disney Golf’s new Sunrise 9 promotion which allows golfers to play nine holes starting anytime between 7 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. any day based on availability. The rate is $29 and includes a breakfast sandwich, plus a beverage before and after your round at Disney’s Palm, Magnolia or Oak Trail golf courses.

To book a tee time, call (407) WDW-Golf or go to www.golfwdw.com/sunrise-9/.

Comments

  • Do you know how long the Sunrise 9 promotion will be running for? Is it only for the holiday season or is there a chance it might extend beyond that time? I love the idea!

  • Darrell,
    Are the Jr Golf camps better suited for children already playing golf to sharpen skills, or for those just starting out and interested in learning the game?

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