+1 votes Jamie Vincent › February 3, 2016
Horrible layout that is very hard to figure out. Misplayed multiple holes due to poor hole design. course needs a new layout.
+0 votes shaun chambers › October 19, 2015
+0 votes Joshua Dugger › May 26, 2015
+0 votes Kenneth Rebello II › March 24, 2015
I have been coming here a long time even though I haven't lived in Melbourne a long time. A great varied course, but a bit advanced (especially back 9). Fun all-around challenge.
+0 votes James Womble › September 2, 2013
+0 votes Van Stewart › March 17, 2013
+0 votes Buck Kohlbeck › November 12, 2012
+0 votes Troy Gozdowski › August 10, 2012
Very nice and well maintained course. Easy to follow the layout.
+0 votes nick v › June 17, 2012
+0 votes Tyler Girard › April 3, 2012
+0 votes Justin Hulsebos › August 30, 2011
well maintained course. not much for difficulty. being in florida, could not expect much up and down. pin placement is horrible. whomever designed this course needs to be shot. most pins seem to be recycled and have incorrect numbers. map of course is very crude. not on my top courses to play again...
+0 votes Ian Macpherson › July 4, 2011
This is the first course I ever played. It is fairly wide open for most holes but recently they have added a lot of really cool longer pin placements as well as alternate tee pads. The course is always well mown, signage is accurate and pins are easily visible.
+0 votes william gibson › April 17, 2011
its a good course that were i started playing and its my home course so i cant down the course
+0 votes Giovanni van Greco › April 21, 2011
Plenty of long pin positions with open fairways for big arms to let rip. The vast majority of the holes have 2-3 different pin positions and even multiple cemented teepads (some have extra carpet pads), as well as a decent bench under shade and a garbage can nearby. The teepads are newly cemented, long and flush with the surrounding earth for smooth run ups on your drive. Make sure you watch your disc especially while hitting palmetto brush, this type of bush eats discs. The ground is nice an ...
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Plenty of long pin positions with open fairways for big arms to let rip. The vast majority of the holes have 2-3 different pin positions and even multiple cemented teepads (some have extra carpet pads), as well as a decent bench under shade and a garbage can nearby. The teepads are newly cemented, long and flush with the surrounding earth for smooth run ups on your drive. Make sure you watch your disc especially while hitting palmetto brush, this type of bush eats discs. The ground is nice and flat with lots of good grass and fallen pine needles for great skip shots. Extra 4-6 holes make the course enjoyable, recently added new cemented teepads to the extra's and a few originals. The course is always changing and new improvements being added with various player input. Downside of the course is there are not too many natural difficult situations built into the course throwing off the teepads. The worst it gets is a lone pine tree in your throwing lane, but it is too easy to find a secondary route, you will not have to worry about finding a lane you want your disc to travel.
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-2 votes Steve Martino › May 11, 2011
Won league doubles again. Straight from the car to the tee basicly. No warm ups. Had Chris Ferrera for a partner. Not sure what I did to be so lucky. Just happy to be apart of it I guess. Hold on Jimmy Rollins just hit the winning double to basicly win the Philly game. Hell yes! Oh, I also played Malatard dubs yester. Got a lil spaced that day. My partner Joe Vigger wasnt stoked. At least I kinda had that vibe you know? He didnt answer his cell today. I dont know what our score was. I'd like to post it. I've kept up with it so far. I dont think we won. I was hella fun for me though.