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 What could be better....

1    3/19/2009   3/19/2009
Review By: Dscgl4
Played: 131  Reviewed: 11  Exp: 23.5 Years
5 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: ...than driving a cart, having a (legal) beverage of choice, and beating a ball golfer, all at the same time. :)

The course does favor a big arm, but anyone wanting to play at the "pro" level needs a big arm. There are water hazards and at least one nice traditional technical hole. There's a variety of heizer and anheizer shots, and if you play the greens and sand traps as OB, the technicality sky rockets. Lots of sensible (not manufactured) OB too. The ball golfers love to watch you throw here, and are stunned at what we can do with a disc. That, and you can say you've played the links at St. Andrews!
Cons: You do have to pay, but at $6.00, the fee is minimal.
Other Thoughts: $12.00 gets you a cart, and they have stamped discs for sale too. It's a great way to have fun and be an ambassador of the sport.

5 of 7 people found this review helpful.

 A nice, long course to really air them out.

5+    7/19/2008   7/19/2008
Review By: Marv Vega
Played: 35  Reviewed: 9  Exp: 14.5 Years
This review was updated on 8/25/2008
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: It's located in Dunedin on an executive golf course, carts are available for rent. Most of the holes are long and open, you can drive with reckless abandon on most. Water comes into play on a few holes, bring a floater. A couple of holes tee off over water. The course is nicely groomed and never seems to be too crowded. It's fairly hard to lose a disc here, unless you're my brother-in-law. The tee's and baskets are very easy to locate. The ball golfers and staff are always very friendly. Discs are for sale in the pro shop but they're a little over-priced.
Cons: I'm personally not a fan of the fly -18 rubber tee's, we usually play from the ball golf tee areas. Most of the holes are just long straight shots, not a lot of variation, elevation of obstacles.
Other Thoughts: It's nice to be able to use a cart, especially on a hot, humid summer day in Florida. We've been stuck behind some slow ball golfers on occasion in which case we jump ahead of them and go back to play the missed hole(s) later.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

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