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Disney — By Jenni Ingersoll on September 16, 2009 at 5:22 am

Children’s Miracle Network Classic a Disney Classic for 39 Years

The 2009 PGA Tour Children’s Miracle Network Classic returns to Walt Disney World Resort for the 39th year this November.  With Pro-Am practice rounds beginning Monday, Nov. 9th through the final Pro tournament on Sunday, Nov. 15th it is sure to be a week full of good golf for a good cause.

The scheduled 128 players will pitch and putt their way through the Joe Lee designed courses of  Disney’s Palm and Magnolia golf complexes.  The Classic is the longest-running professional golf event in Central Florida,and is aimed at improving the lives of children.

This year, a first time addition to the Classic will be the Food & Wine Walk.  At five special spots throughout the back nine of Disney’s Magnolia course,  all spectators are invited to indulge in a portion of a progressive menu prepared by Disney chefs.

Featuring appetizers, entree, dessert and wine, each station will be set up to offer a great view of the holes for spectators to follow the flow of the tournament. Prices for the food items will be between $5- $8 and cash or pre-loaded cards will be accepted.

2008 Classic Winner Davis Love III

2008 Classic Winner Davis Love III

Tickets for the event are currently on sale with $10 one-day passes or $20 week long badges.  Guests of Walt Disney Resort Hotels receive complimentary admission.  If you have a little extra time, volunteer opportunities are also available.

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