For the very first time, Walt Disney World® Golf operated by Arnold Palmer Golf Management is proud to offer the game of FootGolf to our guests at Disney’s Oak Trail golf course. The 9-Hole FootGolf course is Certified by the American FootGolf League (AFGL), the governing body for the sport of FootGolf in the United States. Tee times can be booked to play 9 holes of FootGolf either in front of or behind those playing 9 holes of traditional golf. When played in groups of four, 9 holes of FootGolf should take approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes, much like that of 9 holes of traditional golf.
Disney’s Oak Trail FootGolf course measures in at 1,240 yards over a par for the course of 35 with a challenging selection of par 3’s, 4’s and 5’s. Traditional golf is played to the Blue pin flags at Disney’s Oak Trail course while FootGolf is identified by its official color of Orange. There are no forced carries over any waterways on any of the 9 holes, therefore, young or old, it is fun for the whole family!
WHAT IS FOOTGOLF?
- FootGolf is a precision sport; a combination of the popular sports of soccer and golf, but more closely related to golf.
- Players kick a regulation #5 soccer ball at a golf course facility on shortened length holes with 21-inch diameter cups in as few shots as possible.
- FootGolf rules are very similar to the rules of golf, and bunkers, hazards and golf course characteristics help to improve the challenge of the game. FootGolf and golf can be played alongside each other on the same course and both types of play can exist harmoniously together.
- Since the game is played on a golf course, the basic uniform of FootGolf is golf apparel, with indoor or turf soccer shoes, or running shoes. Knee length Argyle socks are customary, but not necessary, as is the use of a Flat Cap. A sturdy walking or athletic shoe is recommended to protect your feet from injury!
Disney’s Oak Trail FootGolf Course:
Anyone can play as it requires minimal prior experience other than your ability to kick a soccer ball. It is a great way to get some fresh air and exercise, enjoy time together with colleagues or loved ones, and have some fun and friendly competition at the same time! As you walk the 9 holes you’ll be accompanied by a selection of Central Florida’s finest wildlife. Turkeys, Armadillos, Deer, Ospreys and Hawks will all surround you as our golf course is part of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program which works hard to provide a healthy balance between economic advancement while maintaining and restoring wildlife habitats where they can live and flourish.
For reservations, or additional details please call (407) WDW-GOLF (939-4653) or book online below to reserve your tee time. You are welcome to bring your own soccer ball, or utilize one of ours. Play as a single, or bring your friends/family and socialize! FootGolf is available every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday after 2:30pm, subject to availability. Please also note that now, and for a limited time period, Walt Disney World® Golf is offering Complimentary same-day replay rounds of FootGolf! Inquire within the golf shop after the completion of your initial round of golf about the availability to replay at no additional charge.
If attempting to book as a single golfer, please call (407) WDW-GOLF (939-4653) up to 3 days in advance of your intended date of play to reserve your tee time. This will help ensure that we have a suitable twosome or threesome for you to be paired up with to play.
Are you a frequent FootGolfer? The Kicker's Club is free to join and will give our guests the opportunity to play FootGolf at Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course and save money while doing so! Sign up during your next visit to the pro shop to receive a Club card. When you check in to play your rounds of FootGolf, get the card punched for each round played by a Cast Member. Get 5 special stamps on your card to complete the card, and get your 6th round free! Please note that all rounds must be played within 90 days to be valid towards a free round of FootGolf.
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