1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Well maintained fairways
Cons: This course is on a ball golf course and the peoples houses are very close to both sides of most fairways.
Other Thoughts: You must rent a golf cart to play disc golf.
It was fun to play once but never again.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Fun but expensive
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Fun to play
some good water holes
mostly big open holes but they used some strategically placed trees to make it a little more technical.
clubhouse with snacks and drinks for mid round or after round.
Clean bathrooms and showers if needed.
Cons: Cost $15 dollars to play includes the cart and while a little high can be tolerated when you are paying for yourself but if you bring your kids it gets a little expensive, especially when there are other courses in the are for free. A family discount would help.
Now it may have been because there was supposed to be a disc tournament there that day that was cancelled, but I didn't feel like they were thrilled to have disc golf there. They gave us guff about playing in a group of 8 and told us we could only play in foursomes. They weren't particularly busy that day and any group that caught up to us, either disc golfer or ball golfers we let them play through. They did give us a discount on the cost, which let us play two rounds for the cost of one. So maybe it was just the disappointment about the tournament.
Other Thoughts: This course is on a ball golf course in the middle of a golf course community meaning that some of the holes play right into people's back yards. I thought that was kind of neat and what was memorable to me. The people in the community were nice and curious about the sport. Because it winds through the community, there can be some distance between some of the holes which is why you really need a cart. The cart though helped keep us fresh.
We met two guys from Jacksonville that were down for the cancelled tournament, so we invited them to play with us, which is why we had such a big group.
Overall it was a better than average course. Without considering the price it's a 3.0, if I could mark it down to a 2.75 for the price though I would. 2.5 wouldn't seem fair. It's a nice change-up from the other courses in the area.
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