0 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Well kept, clean, concrete tee boxes on every hole that are well-marked and point you in the right direction to throw.
Cons: All the tees and baskets seem to be on top of each other with multiple possibilities as to which tee box is the next to play from.
No elevation changes, no water, throwing into wide open fields with the occasional cluster of trees -- what you would expect from Houston, TX.
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
16 holes of straight throws
Pros: A couple of the alternate tees create some interesting decisions, and the back nine feel like a pleasant walk around the woodline. All of the players were very friendly and considerate to letting me play through as a single. Overall, the course seems well enough maintained other than the massive erosion in the tee pads (which they're in the process of replacing with concrete pads)
Cons: Front nine is very back and forth across a field, and the limited trees don't do anything to prevent it from being "throw straight and putt". Back nine adds a couple interesting tree placements with low canopy, but only one hole could be considered a challenge or even offering interesting decisions.
Finally, without a course map, it's hard to figure out where the next hole is because everything is crammed together, and there's real risk of hitting people on other holes with even mildly poor throws... one tee-pad was even in the middle of a legitimate fairway for another hole. A couple of the alternate tees are also very hard to find.
Other Thoughts: They really did the best they could with the course layout given the constraints around them. There's not much you can do with "perfectly flat with a pool and basketball court in the middle". As a result, almost every hole is a potential ace run.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 8 Not
Pros: Clean, low traffic and well maintained. Mostly pitch and putt with some ace runs, but a couple of bomb droppers in there too. Benches at every box and a couple different chill spots between holes. Great for driving and putting practice if you live nearby or are a beginner.
Cons: When it rains it's like a giant lake that's only 2-4 inches deep. Don't bother stepping into the Tee pits. No challenges or extra elements like water, mandos, underbrush.
3 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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