Walt Disney World Golf is now offering Robo-Carts to golfers to help make their experience even more convenient, with a new video showcasing how the service works.

What’s Happening:

  • Walt Disney World Golf is now offering Robo-Cart service for golfers to help carry their golf bags.
  • Disney Parks released a new video that showcases how the service works, along with a Disney Parks Blog post.
  • The rental fee for a Robo-Cart at Disney’s Oak Trail, Disney’s Magnolia and Disney’s Palm courses is $10 with your green fees. The smart carts are not currently available at Disney’s Lake Buena Vista, adjacent to Saratoga Springs.
  • Robo-Cart is a small robotic golf cart made by Club Car that uses bluetooth and GPS to connect to a transmitter worn by the golfer so it can follow them around the course.
  • The Robo-Cart is designed to always stay a few feet behind the wearable transmitter and can go as fast as 7 miles per hour.
  • The GPS technology is very accurate, but Disney asks golfers to be careful when crossing bridges or going near lakes on their courses.
  • Other conveniences delivered by Robo-Carts are a beverage cooler, cup holder, sand bottle and USB ports so players can charge a device off the cart’s battery power.
  • Robo-Carts also have a color GPS screen that gives players helpful yardage information.
  • Only a few locations in Central Florida use Robo-Carts, making this offering from Disney Golf a unique opportunity for players.
  • Disney Golf also offers a new “Early Bird” program for weekend tee times prior to 11:30 am where players can save 10% off their green fees by booking at least six days in advance.
  • As an outdoor socially distant game, golf was the only service still operating at Walt Disney World when the parks and resorts shut down in March 2020.
  • Visit GolfWDW.com to learn more and to book your experience.
Laughing Place recommends MouseFanTravel.com for all your Walt Disney World travel planning
Photo Source: Disney Parks Blog

Photo Source: Disney Parks Blog