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Golfing is an “Exempt Activity” Under Stay At Home Order, Walt Disney Courses to Remain Open

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Although Orange County, in which Walt Disney World resides, is currently under a “Stay At Home” order due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Disney Resort golf courses are currently allowed to remain open.

In Section 1, Part B of Orange County’s “Stay At Home” executive order, golfing is listed specifically as an “exempt exercise activity.”

Today, Disney released the following official statement regarding the status of its golf courses:

Golf and FootGolf operations remain available on our regular schedule. We continue to closely monitor recommendations by health officials and have implemented measures to help ensure the well-being of all who visit and work at Walt Disney World® Golf. We recommend continuing to visit our website for further updates to our schedule.

In the interest of social distancing, we would prefer that you pre-pay for your tee time, thus minimizing your human interaction and touch-points at the golf course. Please select that option before finalizing your online reservation today. Additionally, Cash purchases will not be accepted at this time. Only Credit/Debit Card or Apple Pay purchases will be permitted. Thank you for your understanding!

Enjoy that beautiful Florida sunshine and soak up your Vitamin D, golfers of Orange County!

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