There are three nines here - Peter, Alice and Winnie - and all are equally challenging and entertaining. They are also playable for a wide range of ability levels.
The three loops of nine at Golf Disneyland Paris are all similar in that they play over the same style of terrain that is obviously flat farmland that's been made interesting by the extensive use of bulldozers. Depending on which combination you play, the yardage can vary between 6,700 and 6,850 yards from the back tees, with a par of 72.
While the style of earth mounding is similar throughout the 27 holes, each nine does have a distinct identity.
Few people pan Peter because this is possibly the strongest nine, featuring lots of well-placed bunkers and lakes which come into play on four of the nine holes. The par-5 6th is outstanding, with a double dog-leg and a huge lake just to the right of the green.
Alice is a wonderland to longer hitters with some challenging par-5s, including the uphill 600-yard 5th and the complex's signature hole, the 9th, a 520-yard hole with an island green that even the biggest hitters will find daunting to hit in two. The short 7th is also worth a mention with a huge bunker surrounding the whole green.
You won't pooh pooh Winnie either, with its series of highly entertaining holes dominated by water features. One hole has a split fairway and two lakes connected by a stream while a superb finisher has a large lake bordering the puting surface.
The clubhouse and practice facilities are excellent, with "Goofys" pro shop being particularly well stocked, a putting green in the shape of Mickey Mouse adjacent to the clubhouse, plus a chipping green and large driving range - where you can get rid of your Hook!