I took my clubs and set a goal to play all of the courses Disney has to offer. Some of you women might get upset at the notion but with the time change, My family usually can’t get ready much before noon. So my plan was to get up early, play golf and be back before they were ready. I played the Palm course first. It rained so much that it was very wet. Still had a great time.
I want to pass on a tip for anyone planning on golfing. If you have the water parks and more add on, you can golf for $40. The catch is you have to just walk up and take what’s available. I never had a problem getting on. Forty bucks to play world class golf with a GPS equipped cart. Premo deal!
Also, another cool thing you can do if you are a DVC member is become a DVC golf member. It gets you discounts on proshop stuff but the big thing it does is get you complimentary cab fare to and from the golf course. $50 is the cost. If you want to play golf and don’t have a car, it would pay for itself in a hurry. Even though I had a car I used it mainly so i didn’t have to worry about getting lost.
Sorry, kept forgetting the camera while golfing so I don’t have too many pics of the courses, but they were all very nice.
After shooting 90, I headed back and then the plan was Blizzard Beach.
We don’t have too many pics from there, either because we didn’t want to get the camera wet. Don’t let the jacket my DD is wearing fool you, it was HOT!!
The slides were better there than at Typhoon Lagoon but it was crowded. They also don’t have the big wave machine. Very fun, though.
One thing cool about having the car is eating off the beaten path. We stumbled upon a place called Charley’s Steakhouse. The next day a CM told us it was ranked top ten in the nation. I believe it. If you can get there you won’t be sorry.