John Borelli

South Carolina, USA Righty - backhand

John's reviews

Peter Pan Park › July 22, 2013
A
Jones ParkWest › July 22, 2013
A
Jones ParkEast › July 22, 2013
A
International Disc Golf CenterJim Warner Memorial › October 25, 2011
A
My favorite so far of the IDGC courses. Long fair fairways carved out of the woods. Up, down, and across hills and valleys. Could use some more cleanup of fallen trees, but overall a great looking and playing course.
Stoney Hill › October 11, 2011
A
Love this course. Great water holes, lots of elevation, short, long, technical, smart holes. Great guys who own it too.
International Disc Golf CenterSteady Ed Headrick Memorial › October 25, 2011
B+
Beautiful, challenging. Multiple choices off the tee. Love the water holes. Too many random trees in the middle of fairway IMO.
Winthrop UniversityLakefront › February 15, 2011
A-
Beautiful course with several throwing lanes on many holes, but hard to navigate with no tee signs. Baskets have wrong numbers on them (unless they are numbered for Gold only). Luckily a local gave me a map with correct numbers.

Course probably looks amazing when grass and trees are in bloom because it was pretty nice-looking in the winter.
Bay Oaks › February 11, 2011
D-
Horrible, confusing, and dangerous layout around buildings and parking lots. Unless you are going to Ft Meyers Beach for the day, don't bother driving to this course. The only good thing is the beautiful little league field where you can practice drives.
Devens DGCThe Hill › February 11, 2011
A
Wooded, tight, but fair. Many unique holes with lots of elevation. Great new FlyPads and a pro shop behind hole 12 where you can donate a few bucks for course insurance. Friendly locals too!
Cliff Stephens Park › February 9, 2011
A-
Fun course, great pin placements tucked behind trees, most holes make you think about how to approach the hole. Looks like there are multiple pin placements. River comes into play just enough to make you think about it and worry about "what if" scenarios. Very cool trees create lots of low tunnels shots, but overall the course is fairly open. The only bad thing is signage. Many holes have no tee signs. Signs that do exists are broken, made of cheap plastic on PVC poles. New signs would really ...
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Simonds Park › October 13, 2010
C