Carson, CA 
Private Anderson Park Share
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 Fun, technical nine-holer

2-4    12/16/2009   12/16/2009
Review By: Apothecary
Played: 66  Reviewed: 36  Exp: 17.3 Years
12 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Quiet setting. The park was pretty deserted the few times I've played it
-Interesting course design. Elevation changes, small, peaky hills and many trees to navigate around make every hole at Anderson interesting and unique.
-Old school baskets all present, accounted for and in great shape.
-Clear signage for most holes. A few signs were bleached, but it was clear which pin to throw at.
-Many opportunities for aces, if that's your thing
-Most holes have room for an alternate, deeper tee
-Very clean and well-groomed
-Plenty of parking
Cons: -Some of the holes are right on Wilmington. A truck snuck up on me at one point and about blew me over.
-Minor course flow issues. Tees for 6 and 7 take a bit of looking around to find, but you shouldn't have much trouble. Every tee has a sign, so just look for those. ;)
Other Thoughts: One of the better 9-hole courses I have played. Moderate elevation changes and lots of trees make for a nice round of golf during your lunch break or just when passing through (its about a mile North of the 405, a major SoCal thoroughfare). In addition, it is almost within spitting distance from Mills Park, another fun 9 holes. We play the two back to back and it makes for a good, short 18 hole trek. Anderson is the superior of thee two, if you have to pick one.
While it is a little bit on the short side for my personal tastes, the technical nature of the course design makes it rewarding. If you like a course that can be played with just a putter or a mid, this is the place for you!

12 of 12 people found this review helpful.

 I salute pfc James Anderson

1    1/18/2009   1/18/2009
Review By: bigrocc01
Played: 83  Reviewed: 8  Exp: 18.7 Years
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Easy to follow. Quiet, nice park.Interesting looking trees in the park.Only 2 miles from 405. Some tight windows with OB's, accuracy with a putter is key.
Cons: 2 too many hyser mid-range putts.
Other Thoughts: This is a nice little pitch and putt with room for locals to extend holes during monthly tourny play

2 of 3 people found this review helpful.


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