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Pros: Lynn Haven Bayou Preserve boasts 9 new baskets and 18 concrete tee pads. It's mostly a pitch and putt type of course but there is one tee shot over 300 feet.
The course takes you on a neat little journey through the sandy passages that were expertly hewn into local fauna.
The 2 tees per basket setup is used reasonably well here to ensure you have a different shot shape for each hole.
Even though the holes are short they require some degree of accuracy. The fairways are small but well defined and it won't be an easy scramble if you find yourself exploring more of the bayou than you bargained for.
There are clean, air conditioned bathrooms near the parking lot. Holes 1/10 are right by the parking lot and 9/18 end right by there as well.
Cons: The course feels like it was shoe-horned into the bayou here. There's a lot of walking to be done between holes.
1/10 and 2/11 are near each other. Then it's a short walk to 3/12. Then it's a really long walk to 4/13. Then another really long walk to 5/14 and 6/15 with 7/16 kind of nearby. Then yet another long walk to 8/17 and then finally a short walk to 9/18. I'd almost suggest just playing each set of tees while you're at the basket rather than doing two circuits unless you're just out for exercise.
The tee signs are good for giving you the distance but that's about it. The graphic is pretty much a straight red line for all of them. I guess when most holes clock in around 200 feet there's only so much you can do.
Other Thoughts: This is a nice enough course if you ever get a hankering to take your putter out for a walk. The fairways are tight enough that a true beginner would probably get frustrated but anybody that can halfway aim a disc may find it enjoyable.
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