Walt Disney World® Golf Hosts The 2016 Maac Men’s And Women’s Golf Championships
Since 2000, Walt Disney World® Golf, operated by Arnold Palmer Golf Management, has hosted the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships fourteen times. The event has taken place at Disney’s Magnolia, Disney’s Palm or Disney’s Lake Buena Vista golf courses during that time frame.
Bring The Magic Of Walt Disney World® Golf To Your Corporate Events
Are you considering having a corporate golf outing, as an integral part of a business meeting or convention, to provide opportunities for active team building and social engagement?
Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course Rated A Top 10 Florida Course For Junior And Beginner Golfers By Golf Advisor
Walt Disney World® Golf, operated by Arnold Palmer Golf Management, is pleased to announce that Golf Advisor, a widely respected online resource for golf course reviews and recommendations, has named Disney’s Oak Trail 9-hole walking golf course as one of its Top 10 golf courses in Florida for junior and beginner golfers.
Participation In The Game Of Golf Is Growing Again!
The National Golf Foundation, the leading golf industry organization, recently released their latest annual report on the state of golf. The report for 2015 provides insights into the current trends in the game of golf and the golf industry.
For the first time since 2012, coming out of the recession and related impact factors, participation in the game, both in terms of the number of new golfers and the number of rounds played, have increased.
To Overseed, or Not To Overseed, That is the Question! (Part 2 of 2)
In last week's first part of this two part series, we described the process of overseeding and the real challenges that it presents. This week, we discuss our decision to not overseed.
To Overseed Or Not To Overseed, That Is The Question!
What is “overseeding”?
Overseeding…A turf grass management practice in the southern part of the United States which occurs during the fall season, when the bermudagrass used for greens, tee boxes, fairways and roughs begins to go dormant and turns a shade of yellow/gold/brown during the cooler weather. These areas are overseeded with cold temperature tolerant ryegrass each year. This is typically done to allow the courses to stay aesthetically green for winter play.