Cocoa, FL 
F. Burton Smith Park Share
Uploaded By: stsren   (Taken 6/2010)
Look for this sign at the cul-de-sac in the park. Heading back into the park from this sign will take you right near Tee Box for Hole #1

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1    4/24/2010   4/24/2010
Review By: mwalter
Played: 24  Reviewed: 3
This review was updated on 12/20/2011
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Pros: Hole 4 was nice except for the OB long to the right. Hole 6 was an interesting looking shot over the water. There were only 6 other people we saw out playing the course in the 4 hours we were out there and it was Saturday so I imagine you'll never run into crowds.
Cons: This course really needs to be trimmed back. A lot of the fairways are narrow to begin with and palm fronds were drooping down narrowing them further. A few of the holes are just too short and rely on heavy foliage to create a challenge, but they aren't really fun as a result. Many holes are designed to strongly favor either lefties or righties and provide little option for the other. There are literally about a dozen doglegs between 230-270' which get monotonous after awhile.
Other Thoughts: As many other reviewers have said, it was very swampy. It rained 3 days before we played, but everywhere else had already dried up. I imagine that it will be swampy no matter what so waterproof shoes are recommended.

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