Fantastic course in excellent condition
Disney's Magnolia is one of two 18 hole courses close to the front door of the Magic Kingdom, the other being the Palm. Both were used during the years that the PGA's Disney Classic used to be held here.
There's everything you might look for in a golf club, from excellent practice facilities to a lovely clubhouse and pro shop.
The Magnolia has 5 sets of tees ranging from 5127 yards all the way up to 7516 yards, and with mostly generous, tree lined fairways this is a course that's suitable for all handicaps. There's lots of water, I think it's present on 13 of the holes, and lots of sand, so plenty to make you think about the club you're going to choose. There's also a Mickey Mouse shaped bunker on hole 6.
The course is visually gorgeous, and the condition of the tees, fairways and the contoured greens were all really good. The toughest hole, in my mind anyway, is saved for the 18th. The fairway narrows a little more than most of the other holes, and it also happens to be the longest par 4 from any of the respective tees.
It is one of the more expensive courses in the Disney area, but if you get a good deal here then you certainly won't be disappointed.