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Pros: Low tree lines.
Multiple lines on most holes.
Away from other park "goers"
Cons: Short Holes
Some repetition, though the alternate tees help.
No elevation, or other obstacles. (Hole 1 from the longs has water on the left that is OB)
Other Thoughts: This is a decent course for intermediate/advanced players but will suit new players well. There is enough difficulty to seperate the skill levels but enough ease to allow scores well below par. I recommend this to all skill levels as it should help to hone your short game.
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Fun in Pearland
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Pros: The PROS:
1. Alternate tees for 9 holes.
2. Holes 1 and 9 start/ finish near the parking lot across the street.
3. Plenty of shade from the trees.
4. Very easy to navigate without course map. Though the parking lot for the course is across the street. Hole one begins near the bayou. there is a DG Rules sign near tee 1.
5. New MAch 2 baskets.
6. Mandos are marked with orange arrows either on trees or small posts in the ground.
7. Course offers a good look at different shots. The alternate tees offer variety. Variety is good in DG. Without it the course would be very repetitive.
Cons: THE CONS:
1. Natural tees. Though they are not routed yet, rain and heavy play with turn them into puddles in the near future.
2. Tee signs for several holes have the distance scratched out. A sharpie has been used to correct the distance.
3. Even though a plus for having alt tees there is no distance information for the alt tee.
4. No elevation. The course relies heavily on the fact that with only nine holes you get a mix of left and right. But for the most part the holes are pretty easily thrown on very reasonable lines.
Other Thoughts: This course offers a fun time in Pearland. With this course taking Woody Street's place I would say the the land was well used. I wish hole three was a little longer. Possibly putting the basket behind the the big oak to offer more difficulty. The course overall is very clean and well kept.
Holes 2-4, 6 and hole 8 offer pretty easy birdies. Hole two is an easy line for a RH BH Anhyzer or a LHBH hyzer. Hole three is short with little difficulty. Hole four offers a line for a LHBH hyzer, or a RHBH hyzer the difficulty being the large tree in the fairway. Hole six offers a look at both RHBH and LHBH. I chose to go with LHFH to "S" curve through the obstacles. If you can reach the thin palm between the two bigger tress you can look foward to a decent birdie putt. Hole eight is a LHBH hole or RHBH anhyzer. Though not much angle is required on the drive. I used a ROC LHBH throw to get within 15ft of the basket.
Holes 1, 5, 7, 9 offer the distance for this course. These holes can easily be pared. Thus making the course a fun chance at an under par round. I think that this course is better than Miramar in Seabrook. So for the area i would say that Centennial is best nine hole course in SE Houston.
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1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: 1- trees
4-nice intermediate distance holes
5-clean and upkept
Cons: A little confusion on hole distance and can be hard to find alternate tees, at first.
Maybe the canopy could be raised just a little more
Other Thoughts: I have to say this has just become one of my favorite courses in Houston.
Its clean, well laid out, shaded and fun.
I can see myself playing here a lot when those temperatures go up into the 90+degrees because of the nice shade offered here.
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Pros: I really like the layout of this course. It has nice variety of hyzer, anhyzer, low ceiling, high ceiling, long and short. The longest hole is hole #1 at 408 feet, where you can play a big hyzer to the right of the tree-line over the creek. The shortest hole is a 190ft anhyzer hole #3. The designers really did a good job of mixing it up and utilizing the existing trees. It is probably theoretically possible to birdie every hole, but you will need an arsenal of precision shots to make it happen. This is a great course for practicing and developing a precision short game.
There are plenty of tall trees, so you get a lot of shade during your round.
The baskets they brought from Woody are solid, and they are correctly numbered.
Hole distances are currently marked on the tee signs apparently imported from Woody with a black sharpie, but I suppose this is temporary. But it doesn't look like the alternate tees are well marked.
Hole #1 tees off from the end of the sidewalk, so you have an awesome cement tee pad, it would be nice if there were other cement teepads.
There is decent parking right across the street and there is a walkway to tee #1.
Other than hole #1, there really isn't any water hazard where you could lose a disc (this is a bonus for me)
Cons: I don't know what the eventual plan is for the tee pads, but right now they are really rough, uneven, and bumpy, so it is difficult to get a smooth run-up for a drive. (except hole #1)
It is in a relatively flat area, and there is no elevation change.
There are some nice lush trees growing on the property, and so there is a possibility of getting a disc stuck in them. I got one stuck that I couldn't get out (if you find my orange Star Eagle, please feel free to give me a call.)
Even though there is good variety to the hole layout, it can tend to seem a bit repetitive... probably because it is the same type of terrain and vegetation.
The alternate tees are marked but not labeled, so you are left guessing that you are on the right tee area. It would be nice to get a course map uploaded to this site to help navigate.
Other Thoughts: I really enjoyed playing this course. I would really like to see a way to get nice big cement tee boxes in some of these courses. Kudos to Cory, Griff, and everyone else that made this happen.
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Pros: This is a brand new course that took Woody Street DGC's place in Pearland. It is leaps and bounds a better course in almost every way.
The course is filled with big trees. There are no "gimmie birdies," because the baskets are strategically placed with trees surrounding most. There are different lines off each tee. This course does not have any boring holes that stick out in my mind. It is quite apparent that Cory and whoever else made this course possible really took the time to think out each hole rather then just putting the baskets and tees in.
The course is situated alone a bit away from Centennial Park itself. No other park patrons should ever be in the way. As of now the course is pretty quiet of other golfers, this may change with word of mouth since this course is brand new.
There are alternate tees for 7 out of the 9 holes. The alternates give a fresh look at the holes and are not just longer holes of the main tees.
Cons: One of the biggest cons of Woody Street was playing too close to people's houses. Hole #3 does feel a bit intrusive to the nearest house's yard.
With use the grass tees will become dirt. However, as of right now the grass is a bit long on the tee pads.
There are a few rough spots where the grass is long enough to lose a disc. The grass near the water on hole #1 and to the right of the fairway on hole #9 before the street are a few examples.
Cory mentioned that there used to be houses on the course but they consistently flooded. After a heavy rain this course may flood easily.
Other Thoughts: I did not comment on the tee signs. Right now they are the old woody signs with the old distance scratched off and the new distance sharpied on. I am sure they are looking into new signs.
Pearland does not have any courses worth mentioning but with Centennial in the ground this serves as a good course for the area. With the alternate tees, you can potentially play 16 different holes (with just #2 and #3 lacking alternates). This is a good course to come play. Definitely worth the drive for me from UH.
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