Decent course on campus.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Close to campus.
Pond that make it interesting.
Holes 4-9 are more interesting with trees, pond, etc.
Good course to start off with since there isn't many obstructions on the first 3-4 holes.
Cons: Hard to get to -- you have to park and walk about three blocks.
No concrete tees.
Not that interesting of a course.
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Course has been moved
Pros: Open, have not played it yet so I can't review it............................................................................Go out and play it and come back and give a review
Other Thoughts: Course has been moved by the entrance of UCF by Central Florida Blvd.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 2 Not
Give it another look
Pros: A nice balance between very long drives (485') and shorter small window holes (185')
Risk of lost plastic considerably lower then the 18 hole course (watch hole 3)
Course is on a nature preserve featuring a variety of animals including gopher tortuous
Course is well signed now
Cons: It's only 9 holes
No elevation changes (It's Florida)
Facilities are not at the course itself, but located at the college (5 minute walk)
Other Thoughts: I am the president of UCF's Disc Golf Club and will gladly take anyone out on the course who's interested (we throw pretty much every Friday evening 5:30ish)
The course takes input of throwers and actively works to improve the course. For example "Next Tee" signs have been added to the course, the area around several baskets has been cleared out of the "palm", etc.
Anyone who wants to be shown the course should contact me as ISTMajor@Gmail.com
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