Wish every apartments did this
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Map at hole one
Tee pads and baskets for 9 holes
Signs on 6 of the holes
Cons: very short wide open course
2 and 4 are not marked, you play from the Tennis/Basketball court sidewalk.
Other Thoughts: I played at 6pm on a weekday, the gates were open but the office was closed. The 1st tee is on the left side of the office.
Basicly this is 9 ace runs, I grabbed a Roc and putter and over threw every hole. Should have just played with my putter.
Most interesting holes were #4 and #5
#4 is behind some bushes next to the volleyball court. You wind up throwing over #8's tee box.
#5 is a low shot or big rh hyzer. It is under some larger trees.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Used to live in this complex
Pros: Provides a place to practice for residents and another rec activity they can list on the brochure. I remember there being decent tees and baskets.
Cons: It's just baskets and tees in an open field. Only real challenge is the wind gusts and strategically placed dog turds.
Other Thoughts: I lived here and only went out there once. Not even worth the walk for practice but I guess it was nice to have available. If you live here then play it by all means but don't go out of your way trying to gain access to this place. You're accomplishing the same thing that putting temp baskets in an open field does.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 1 Not
Ideal intro course/short game practice
Pros: Concrete tees, clear signs and easy to navigate. This course is very obstacle free and is a great course to introduce brand new players. It is also a course to work on your mid/approach shots since most holes are <200ft.
Cons: This is a private complex. The residents and management don't really care that non-residents play if they can get in because there is usually plenty of parking. But, getting in is the key. There is an entry code but it is not appropriate to post that online.
Some of the residents are terrible about picking up pet waste so watch your step.
There are also many areas that do not drain well after rain or heavy watering from the sprinklers which at times can break.
Other Thoughts: If you have a quick window to squeeze in 9 holes and can get into the complex, then go for it. But this isn't a super challenging course and you can get bored quickly. Again, this is great to introduce brand new players as well.
I frequent this course because it is on the way to work and can finish 18 holes in just over 30 minutes.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Well maintained. Each tee box has a sign that faces the appropriate tee. A couple of holes provide a small challenge. One has a few trees and a volleyball sand pit in the way, and the other has a narrow fairway between the pool and tennis courts.
Cons: This course is not challenging at all; however, a great for beginners. The longest hole is not longer than 250 ft. There is absolutely no elevation changes either. Also, with the exception of two holes, there are little to no obstacles to have to play around. The biggest con of this course is that it is located within a private community. I finally played it because someone was leaving the community when I drove by.
Other Thoughts: If you live within the community, this course is a good practice area to have available. I wouldn't advise anyone to wait around to get into this community, because the payout isn't much. It is much more rewarding to simply play the Cameron Park courses or Woodway.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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