Under The Oaks

Parker, Florida     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Scott R. › March 27, 2012
I enjoyed the course right away and was happy to finally have one in this area. As I mentioned I think it is a good place to bring the family while you play as there is a playground area, picnic tables, rest rooms, and on the back of the park is the bay. The course itself is actually on the left side of the park as you enter and is seperated by a chain link fence, but does have a walking track around the course. Holes seem to be a good length. Look for hole 9 after you throw your disc on hole 8. ...
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-  +0 votes  + Kirk Maddox › March 30, 2012
Parks and Recreation did extremely well with the space they had available. Good mix of hole lengths will appeal to all skill levels. The tee for hole 2 is very close to a huge tree making your drive accuracy very important. Hole 5 is over 400 feet with trees in the middle of the fairway. If there were a way to combine Joe Moody Harris and this park on the same piece of land, it would be a B course for sure.
-  +0 votes  + Sean carley › April 13, 2012
This is a good course for an advanced beginner to start expanding their range. There is a good mix of shots to baskets protected by strategic cover. The biggest problem is the closeness of the park's walking trail which crosses directly through some holes. A nice course in a beautiful park makes a welcome addition to the Panama City courses.
-  +1 votes  + ALLEN RAMSEY › April 13, 2012
I`ve played a lot of courses over the years and this is a sweet one. hole 6 by the bay is one of the prettiest holes I ever saw! you gotta watch for the walkers so you don`t bean somebody upside the head and there`s times when there is plenty of em,but it`s rare that it gets so bad as to be a distraction.For now the course isn1t crowded with discgolfers so you rarley ever have to wait for the group ahead so thats a plus.but thats probably gonna change after everybody reads this review.So come vi ...
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-  +1 votes  + Jesse Alberson › April 13, 2012
As a park Under the Oaks deserves an A, but I give the course itself a B. There is plenty to like about Under the Oaks. The holes are diverse, with different features from hole to hole. The first hole is a par 4 and is very birdy-able, but throw too low and you're in the bushes, too high and you'll get knocked down by a low hanging branch. As was previously mentioned, #2 has a large "V" shaped tree directly in front of the tee pad, some players choose to throw through the "V". I throw a hyzer th ...
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-  +0 votes  + James Kelly Jr › April 16, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Jim Klyzub › April 16, 2012
Great course for the intermediate, good distance and challenge. On the International coast-way, cool breeze and sunshine. A -7 for the Best and +9 for the rest.
-  +0 votes  + Timothy Ouimet › April 21, 2012
-  +0 votes  + John S › October 16, 2012
Great Course. Only con is the walking trail that goes through the park. Several holes cross the trail, and there are lots of people walking in the morning. Someone could get hurt. Pros are its a really cool park with big play area for kids, and the water backs right up to the course.
-  +0 votes  + KC Griffin › December 4, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Buffalo Sanders › December 5, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Chris Whittle › January 10, 2013
A good sandy course for beach bums! I enjoyed this short 9-hole course so much I played it twice! A good mix of trees, open shots, long bombs, hyzers, and mid range shots. I try to get a round in here and at Joe Moody at least once a weekend!
-  +0 votes  + Andrew Wells › September 7, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Mick Dees › May 14, 2014
Pretty good course. Maintained well and good variety of long and close holes with wooded areas. Needs better signage for the whole course. It is close to the water, so you've got to account for a lot of wind, especially on hole 6.
-  +0 votes  + art g › May 16, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Jacquelin R. › May 25, 2014
We live close to this course , we started out on this course about 2 months ago. we still enjoy playing here. When we started most of the signs telling the pars was missing or broken. We made some signs for the post at each pad to help others know the par on them. better then nothing . We like this course.