New Course Developments coming to Disney Golf this summer at Walt Disney World

New enhancements will be taking place around Walt Disney World Resort’s  golf courses this summer. The bunkers at the Magnolia course were upgraded back in 2015 and now there are plans for similar enhancements for the Lake Buena Vista, Palm and Oak Trail courses. One of the enhancements will be adding Mickey-shaped bunkers to Lake Buena Vista and Oak Trail similar to the one on No. 6 on the Magnolia course.

The Palm course is currently undergoing its regular aeration process and is also getting re-imagined bunkers and improved drainage capabilities. It’ll re-open June 18.

Work will also take place to enhance all of the bunkers at the Lake Buena Vista course, including adding new powdery white sand. At Oak Trail, the greens are being restored to their original size and totally resurfaced utilizing paspalum grass for the first time ever on a Disney putting green.

The new developments for those two courses begin June 18 at Lake Buena Vista and June 25 at Oak Trail. Both courses will be finished by mid-August. In the meantime, there will be special discounted rates at both courses in addition to regular rates at the Magnolia and Palm courses, which are open for play all summer, along with FootGolf, the hybrid soccer and golf game recently added to Oak Trail.