Lake Buena Vista Golf Course at Walt Disney World
Lake Buena Vista Golf Course, one of four 18-hole courses at Walt Disney World, opened in 1972, a year after Disney's Palm and Magnolia golf courses.
Like the Palm and Magnolia, Lake Buena Vista is a classic Florida design by Joe Lee featuring raised greens, subtle doglegs and water hazards. At 6,745 yards, it's the shortest (and, many say, easiest) of the Disney golf courses. The golf course winds through the Old Key West Resort on the front nine, while the back side takes on a more secluded feel, playing through canals and forest.
Lake Buena Vista is a rare course that has hosted the PGA Tour, LPGA and USGA in its history. It has its own clubhouse and practice facility and golf carts feature GPS, as do the carts at all Disney golf courses.
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