1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course reminds me of an 18 hole version of Limona. This is a very unusual course for Florida. There is lots of elevation (particularly on 5, 6, 7, 8, 12 & 12a which is uncommon down here and is a welcome challenge and great learning opportunity. The course has plenty of length without getting ridiculous. I really liked the pin placements with guardian trees that aren't crazy plentiful but are enough to make you shape your shot. Anhyzers that you really have to put some juice on it to get it to the pin. You also have two almost completely different courses playing from the reds and the blues that make this a course that is friendly to both beginners and more advanced, even pro, players. Course loops back to the parking lot, pavilion/water fountain and bathrooms at hole 9, a huge plus. Super hard to lose a disc and also super hard to score real far below par unless you are advanced am or better. The course is very well maintained, would be a great place to work on rollers. This is a must play course in Florida!
Cons: Lack of water.
Need updated tee signs (would help in understanding what is OB)
Would be nice and I wish it was a little closer to the interstate but that is no big deal.
Other Thoughts: I can't wait to get back out to this course and will play it any chance I can get. There is enough room in this park to add 1-2 more holes, especially between 6 & 7.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: great course very open for beginners but with trees and O.B. works on your skills and for the advanced player the long tees makes you have to use your skills and long arm to get you there. love to play the course tour. held my sunking disc sports
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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