3 Helpful / 2 Not
nice city park
Pros: Nice traditional city park course meandering through live oaks with lots of Spanish moss. No schule whatsoever. Decent elevation change for Florida- course designers have made good use of available obstacles/terrain. 2 legit par 4 holes, no tweener holes. Excellent place for a beginner to learn the game or for an advanced player to hone their shots.
Other Thoughts: Signage was a little off but that was due to recent addition of concrete pads according to a local. I would expect this to have been rectified by now. Low ceilings galore.
3 of 5 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.
4 Helpful / 6 Not
Worth the trip
Pros: Attractive park with old growth trees. Virtually no schule. Easy to navigate. Two sets of tees. Friendly to both beginners and advanced players. Course flows well with other park users.
The course gives lots of opportunities to air shots out and offers many roller opportunities to those that enjoy taking the low route.
There is a bit to think about with the sidewalk OB coming into play on many shots and low ceilings have been incorporated as much as possible to add more technical challenge to a mostly open property.
The course gets a good turnout for local handicaps and is very visible to the adjacent main road, giving the sport lots of exposure in the area. It's only ten minutes from the new Belle Park course and the Sun King Disc Sports store.
Cons: The course could be more technically challenging. It tends to favor big arms a bit too much.
There's not a lot of shade.
4 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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