Disney’s Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Review and Video

by All Things Mouse Staff on April 3, 2012
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The Walt Disney World Resort of Florida offers guests two completely different miniature golf experiences. One of those mini-golf experiences is Disney’s Fantasia Gardens while the other is known as Disney’s Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course.

In reality, these two courses can themselves be divided into two separate 18-hole challenges sure to please those seeking a challenge and/or those just looking for a good time. The theming also offers paying guests a chance to discover why Disney is typically considered a notch above the competition.

Disney’s Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course is divided into (you guessed it!) a winter themed side and a summer themed side. The back-story given to the course is that Santa Claus decided to built a resort for his elves to use when not wqrking.

The elves were divided into two groups – one who liked a summer beach theme and one who liked the cold, snowy experience of the north pole. These groups were then given the task of creating the resort complete with two separate 18-hole miniature golf courses.

Unofficially, the record for each 18-hole segment is 25 putts indicating that even the most talented golfer will need to step up their game! Those looking to find Winter Summerland should direct themselves to the Blizzard Beach water park area as the mini-golf course is located next to the water park’s parking lot.

Disney currently charges $12 per adult per 18-hole round at Winter Summerland. Kids aged 3-9 are $10. Operating hours for the mini-golf course are 10AM-11PM every day of the week. As with all things Disney, prices and hours are subject to change.

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