2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -All 9 baskets are there and in great shape.
-You will have the course to yourself as there appears to be little to no course traffic with the exception of students walking through to the practice fields.
-This is a good place for safari golf or to practice elevated shots in an otherwise relatively flat region.
Cons: -This course is WIDE OPEN. There are little to no obstacles present and, as a previous review stated, not a single tree.
-The tees are difficult to find and many of the markers were just lying on the ground (probably placed there by the landscapers). This course could really benefit from permanent signs and tees. The tee markers did not even have a number on them, so you had to guess which tees corresponded with which hole based on the direction the tees and the next hole.
Other Thoughts: The course here really feels like an afterthought. Play it if you want to check off another course played. The baskets here would be better served somewhere else.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 3 Not
Cons: Hard to find. Not fun once you get there. Barely a course. Don't bother. Repeat. Don't bother.
If it hadn't been essentially on the way between McLean and FSU, I probably wouldn't have checked it out myself.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
FAMU students, faculty, and staff only
Pros: Course exists, natural tee pads
Cons: FAMU students, faculty, and staff only - see rules link.
When not open course is securely locked up - see hours link (closed on holidays)
Other Thoughts: This course was the closest to my hotel, so I went here to play an early morning round. The map directs you to park far from the course, so after a long walk through a trash-strewn campus I arrived at the fence that surrounds the course and the signs that spell out that there is no access for the general public (check the links). Unless you know someone associated with FAMU, i would not waste my time.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 3 Not
New awful course
Pros: Excellent Baskets
Cons: No signage, no pads, play is around active soccer and baseball fields and there are drainage grates where a disc could easily go to die. The park is fenced off, Im not sure if its public access or not. There is not a single tree on the entire course.
Other Thoughts: It kinda feels like they just stuck a couple baskets in the negative space between fields.
3 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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