Disney’s Miniature Golf Courses

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Fantasia Gardens Golf Course

This course is located near to the Swan hotel in the EPCOT Resort area and is open from 10am – midnight daily. There is a small gift shop at the entrance and when we were last there at Easter you could book a Tee time rather than just waiting.

There are two courses, the Gardens and the Fairways.

The classic Disney feature film comes to life on the fun filled Gardens course.

Our family have always loved playing mini golf, especially after a Florida sized dinner! We each have our favourite course and this is definitely mine.

Hippos dance, broomsticks and buckets do things they never do in my kitchen, and there are plenty of surprises along the way, sometimes musical and quite often wet!

Don’t forget to watch closely as your ball disappears down the 18th hole!!

The Fairways course is a far more challenging arena. This definitely appeals to the more competitive members of our family, my husband and teenage son! I usually just carry the camera when they want to play here. It is designed to test your skills far more than the Gardens course. With it’s menacing water hazards and sand traps that seem to leap out in front you it is quite testing even for serious golfers.

Winter Summerland Mini Golf

This course is located close to Blizzard Beach water park and is also open daily from 10am – 11pm. At the entrance Santa has parked his huge sleigh and climbing up into it makes for a great photo opportunity. There is also a themed gift shop located in Santas Winterbago, a converted travel trailer and if you look closely at the ground you will even see Rudolph’s hoof prints.

There are two courses here, the first is the traditional snow clad winter style and the second is the tropical Santa on his holidays with Christmas ornaments hanging from palm trees.

Both courses are fun filled and ideal for all ages. There are lots of interactive elements and Squirty the snowman doesn’t disappoint! You can even hit your ball over a snoring Santa’s large tummy! Then to test your skills you need pinpoint accuracy to putt your ball between two model trains that circle a beautifully decorated Christmas tree.

We always have a great debate as to which course is the hardest, but without doubt one of our favourite holes is the Chimney, where you can see that Santa really does get stuck!

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