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FORE! Kick Your Golf Experience into High-Gear with the New FootGolf Experience at Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course at Walt Disney World Resort

Darrell Fry

by , Sports Media Director, Walt Disney World Resort

Ever wondered what it would be like to combine the fast-paced nature of soccer with the excitement and precision of golf? Well, Walt Disney World Golf, operated by Arnold Palmer Golf Management, is proud to offer guests the opportunity to find out through the new FootGolf offering at Disney’s Oak Trail golf course!

I know what you’re thinking. What exactly is FootGolf? Played over Disney’s 9-hole golf course, FootGolf provides a unique experience that requires players to kick a soccer ball into a cup, in a similar fashion to golf, by using as few attempts as possible. Since 2011, FootGolf has grown immensely in popularity and is being played at approximately 500 courses in just about every state in America.


The new 18-hole course offers a fun experience for amateurs and experts alike! FootGolf makes for a perfect family-friendly afternoon activity, and at Disney’s Oak Trail golf course guests are sure to experience the magic of the Walt Disney World Golf experience.

Guests can book tee times for FootGolf now. In a special promotion that runs through March 25, two guests can play for the price of one ($20) and that includes complimentary ball rental for both participants. After March 25, it’s $15 per person for Walt Disney World Resort guests and $20 per person for all others.

For more information on FootGolf tee time reservations, as well as information on our three 18-hole championship courses and other golf related services, visit Walt Disney World Golf at golfWDW.com.


  • Looks like a LOT of fun! Never heard of it before. Will this ever be part of a vacation package where they offer free mini-golf passes too? I’d love to try it out, earlier in the day before a nice ‘ohana dining experience 🙂

  • FootGolf can be played at the same time, on the same course, as a regular round of golf. It ends up taking about the same amount of time and when we played, we neither waited on the group playing golf in front of us, nor held up the group behind us. It worked out really well on the same course. Give it a try!

  • Will you still be able to play a regular round of golf on this course?