Walt Disney World® Golf Is Proud To Participate In Patriot Golf Day 2016
Walt Disney World® Golf, operated by Arnold Palmer Golf Management, is proud to again be participating in Patriot Golf Day 2016, over the extended Labor Day Weekend from Friday, September 2 through Monday, September 5.
The Usga And The R&A Publish A Joint Driving Distance Study
In 2002, the United States Golf Association (USGA) and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews (R&A), golf’s two preeminent governing bodies, published a Joint Statement of Principles to put forth a framework of concepts that would be applied to the creation of golf equipment rules.
Golf Returns To The Olympics In August
Golf returns to the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil in August after a 112-year hiatus. Golf has been played in the Olympic Games twice previously, in 1900 in Paris and in 1904 in St. Louis.
Walt Disney World® Golf Hosts 2016 Florida State Golf Association Championships
Walt Disney World® Golf, operated by Arnold Palmer Golf Management, is pleased to be again hosting three annual Florida State Golf Association (FSGA) Championship events this year. We are proud to have hosted FSGA events for over 40 years.
Getting To And From Your Walt Disney World® Resort Hotel And The Golf Courses
One of the benefits of staying at a Walt Disney World® Resort owned and operated hotel, is that the Walt Disney World® Resort provides free taxi transportation to and from your hotel and each of the golf courses. That even includes the gratuity for the taxi driver!
Do You Need An Official Handicap Certificate To Play At Walt Disney World® Golf?
Primarily outside of the United States, many golf courses will require that you present an official golf handicap certificate or card to document that your recorded handicap is below a given threshold to be able to play the course. For example, to play the Old Course at St. Andrews in Scotland, men must document a handicap of 24 or less and women must document a handicap of 36 or less, in order to be able to play. You must present your official handicap document to the Starter at the first tee before you will be allowed to proceed.