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Old 04-05-2016, 10:05 AM
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Default Best Clearwater area course ... ASIDE from CS or Taylor?

And don't get me wrong, Cliff Stephens and Taylor Park RULE!
I love Taylor especially.

Is Coachman a separate course? Is it playable?
I don't get what it actually is based on the reviews.

Somewhere else I should play in that area while I am down there?
I've also played Medard and Tocabago.
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Old 04-05-2016, 10:28 AM
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Picnic Island has moved to the top of my "want to play" list down there (my inlaws live nearby).

Coachman is a separate course from Cliff.
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Old 04-05-2016, 10:29 AM
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Coachman is different from Cliff and very close by Cliff. It actually connects to Cliff Stephens. However, a bike would be best as it is a long walk. I drive over when playing both. Coachman is a shorter wooded type course compared to Cliff.
Another don't miss in the Tampa area is Picnic Island.
A cult favorite of mine is 22nd St. Park.
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Coachman is its own course and is a little shorter and more wooded than Cliff. Sounds like you need to play Picnic, Cypress, USF and 22nd Street also.
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Old 04-05-2016, 11:48 AM
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Coachman is its own course and is a little shorter and more wooded than Cliff. Sounds like you need to play Picnic, Cypress, USF and 22nd Street also.
I'll check them out.
Thank you!
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If you want a difficult challenge [or an extended bout of self-flagellation] head south to Tocobaga in St. Pete.
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If you want a difficult challenge [or an extended bout of self-flagellation] head south to Tocobaga in St. Pete.
Love that place.
The navigation is weird, but I like the holes themselves.
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I would also say Picnic Island, Cypress Park and USF, and pretty much in that order.
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I would also say Picnic Island, Cypress Park and USF, and pretty much in that order.
Found it.

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Old 04-19-2016, 03:19 PM
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I played Cypress Point Park for the first time last Saturday & it was great! Add another must play to the ever growing Tampa/Clearwater list.

I think the must plays are Cypress Point Park, Picnic Island and Cliff Stephens.

The "very worthy" if you have more time are Taylor Park and 22nd Street Park.

Demoted to "if you are board and still have time" Tocobaga & Coachman.
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