Springfield DGC

Jacksonville, Florida     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Vern Lepine › August 13, 2013
B-
-  +0 votes  + Chris Cordova › May 7, 2016
A
I really like this course for an inner city park. Has many alternate tee pads and a couple alternate basket positions. I heard from a local that more work is in the future as far as more basket positions.
-  +0 votes  + Lucito "Toe" Munoz › January 10, 2014
C
Right in the heart of downtown Jacksonville, this course has a lot of potential. Good layout, but the course was not maintained with trash everywhere. With a little TLC, this course would be awesome.
-  +0 votes  + Tyler Kvols-Riedler › March 16, 2012
B
-  +0 votes  + Jim Cook › May 5, 2014
B+
-  +0 votes  + Joshua J. Grode › May 5, 2013
B
-  +0 votes  + Brian Vogel › November 20, 2012
A-
-  +0 votes  + Justin McB › January 10, 2013
A-
-  +0 votes  + CLIFF STONE › January 22, 2013
A
It has the openness of a typical park course but has several holes where trees require some shot shaping. The yellow tees allow the player some great long driving opportunities.
-  +0 votes  + Azize Lepine › March 6, 2014
B-
-  +0 votes  + Travis Lepine › September 19, 2013
B-
-  +0 votes  + John Hawkins › October 13, 2014
B+
Great beginners course havnt
-  +0 votes  + Michael Chance › November 13, 2014
B-
-  +0 votes  + Kenneth Rebello II › March 24, 2015
A-
-  +0 votes  + Steve Jessee › May 11, 2015
B+
-  +0 votes  + Jamie Walker › December 17, 2016
B+
This is an urban park that runs 3 blocks in downtown Jacksonville. It begins in Klutho Park and runs you to the VA center and then play your way back to Klutho. Shorter holes with tree obstacles and technical issues. Very fun course and a great place to take beginners. Several holes parallel McCoys Creek, so water can be an issue at times. The City made a major error on the first and second holes recently by building a bike path down the middle of #2. If the City had listened to the input it was ...
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