5 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Like many of the Florida courses it is well maintained and pretty clean course. Only saw a few limbs down from the resident pine trees but otherwise pretty free of debris. It is a little tough to find the first tee if you don't see the disc golf bulletin board/map (I had a few large trucks obstructing my view) but once you are past that the course flows pretty well. All the holes have a tee sign with distances and cement tee boxes.
Cons: There isn't a lot of variety of shots out there. In fact there was probably only three holes out there that played better if you threw sidearm or lefty backhand. Otherwise all the holes are reachable RHBH. With as much land out there I was disappointed there were no holes over 400 feet. All the cement tee boxes are only eight feet long and since I have a three set run up I had to start from off the pad most of the time. Some of the pads weren't even with the ground so be careful running up or going past the pads. There is some confusion on which basket to throw to on holes five, fourteen and fifteen. Hole thirteen just needs to be completely redesigned as there is no defined fairway to the hole and really is a danger to those playing on hole 11 and the walking path.
Other Thoughts: Another typical Florida course with no elevation changes but otherwise very pretty. The walking path that lines the lake has fish and native water fowl. This would be a good park to spend an afternoon with the family. Get a morning round, grill some hotdogs by the lake for lunch then play another round.
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