home of the annual sizzler !
2 Helpful / 8 Not
Pros: designed by ken climo .perfect use of space .water trees swamps and lots of ob. all holes are different especially from the 3 different tee pads . a bomb hyzer is very useful to get over some of the big trees .
Cons: can get busy on the weekend and holidays big groups like to play there . (if that is even a con just causes slow play)
Other Thoughts: if you visit sfl you have to play a least one round there !
2 of 10 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Really fun course
Pros: *Multiple Pads
Cons: *Walk paths go through the course
*Metal disc shredding signs are by these walk paths. My poor new comet ended up with 2 chucks taken out because of the "Beware of flying discs" signs.
Other Thoughts: I really enjoyed this course. I will go back there next time I am in that area.
I really loved the hole where you need to either go through heavy woods for the short easy way, or around them all for a little longer way, and then over a huge fallen tree, to where the basket is placed. Really cool.
This course it worth the 1.50 it costs to go in. If I was a local I would buy the yearly pass.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 2 Not
One of the best in South Florida
Pros: I love this course. Definitely one for the big arms, its a beautiful park with lots of obstacles and water hazards. Every hole has a unique approach and they constantly change the pins to keep it fresh (most have 3 different positions). This is about as good as it gets down here in South Florida.
Cons: The water is always on the Right! I throw sidearm and my discs always fade right... also bug spray is a must on 4, and 10b... and while in the jungle looking for discs.
Other Thoughts: On major holidays like easter, labor day and memorial day, the course does get clogged by people using the park for BBQing and soccer.
3 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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