Gator Links at NLA

Milton, Florida     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Blake Elliott › January 30, 2018
The Gator Links (18 holes) had a good selection of technical holes; all wooded. It would be helpful if you play this course on a regular basis to help you with your shot/line selection. Since this was my first time there (and that I am not that good) I made some wrong choices :) The other 9 holes were also nice. Two of the holes allowed you to stretch out and that was nice too. If you are looking to practice your long throw, this is not the course for you, but if you are looking to hone your technical game...this will do nicely.
-  +0 votes  + Matthew Poling › April 29, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Brandon Pyell › October 11, 2010
Nice course. loce the scenery
-  +0 votes  + Kevin "KEV-O" Kugler › November 5, 2010
Great course both technical and bomb shots, am tees are cement and the club is working on getting pro tees cement pads. Pro tees are fun shots but very difficult marked with blue bricks. Bench at every hole, could use some extra garbage cans. The up keep by the club members in spectauclar great fairways mowed and most headges are kept trimmed. Just a lot of fun for any skill level must play if in the area you won't be let down.
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Vann › January 20, 2017
Great course. Continued maintenance by the Club is improving the course every year!
-  +0 votes  + Neal Kelly › February 13, 2019
AWESOME COURSE. One of the best around. I really enjoy travelling to play this course.
-  +0 votes  + Brian Hicks › June 17, 2018
-  +0 votes  + Monda Duncan › June 2, 2019
We enjoyed playing here. Clean well kept and benches at almost every tee. Will be back in the winter time. Only bad thing about playing in the trees is there is no breeze in the summer.
-  +0 votes  + Jaden Yohe › September 18, 2020
Very fun course, very well done!
-  +0 votes  + Dylan Scott › December 15, 2020
-  +0 votes  + Tobe Moore › July 4, 2022
Few holes have no clear path for accuracy. The chains are rusty and hard to see through the woods.
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