Up and coming?
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Pros: -It is now a full 18-hole course.
-New holes on the back 9 are right on the beach.
-Nice, new baskets.
-Challenging design on most holes.
-Great course if you are visiting Miami and want to play near the coast.
-Usually nobody around, play at your own pace.
Cons: -They are just finishing up the back 9, so although all baskets are in the ground it can be hard to navigate because tee boxes are marked with little pink flags.
-No concrete tee boxes on back 9 yet, all dirt.
-Hard to navigate because there is no signage pointing toward next holes.
-You will get very sandy, bring proper attire.
Other Thoughts: I didn't have great expectations coming to this course, but was pleasantly surprised. The park staff was very friendly and gave me a scorecard and map. It is nice to have another full 18-hole course in the area, even though it is pay-to-play. Although there are no long tee boxes yet, they are still finishing up the renovation of this course and will hopefully have them soon (Only one tee box per hole in the "short" position). Depending on how windy it is the day you go, could be a sub-par round. But the wind coming off the ocean can really get after your discs.
Overall, a course I would like to play more often.
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