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FootGolf at Disney's Oak Trail

A soccer ball near a sand hazard on a FootGolf course

Magic Kingdom Resort Area

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Age Interest

Kids, Tweens, Teens, Adults

Kids, tweens, teens and adults will get a kick out of this precision sport that combines soccer with golf!

The legs of a FootGolf player approaching a soccer ball

A Different Kind of Course

Bring friends and family to a gorgeous course that looks a lot like a regular golf course—except all the holes are 21 inches in diameter and built for soccer balls.

Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course is proud to offer FootGolf, a sport that combines the patient precision of golf with the athletic coordination of soccer. Our 9-hole FootGolf course is certified by the American FootGolf League (AFGL), the governing body for the game in the United States.

Learn all about the sport of FootGolf and how to get in on the fun!

A soccer ball on the FootGolf course

Details of the Game

Find out about Disney Vacation Club Member discounts on FootGolf!

A hole nearby a sand trap at the end of a fairway at Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course

Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course

Whether you’re playing a round of FootGolf or regular golf, Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course at Walt Disney World Resort is the perfect setting.

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