A mixture of wooded and open holes wrapping around a beautiful multi use park. Water comes into play on a few holes. 18 numbered holes mostly avoid water from red tees. Three additional optional lettered holes require a water carry from red tees. Some holes very tight. Can be windy. Many palm trees serve as disc traps.
Concrete, Brick/Pavers Tees
Mach New II, Mach V Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Drinking water available
Estero Disc Golfhttp://www.facebook.com/groups/EDGC1/
Great course. Longs are tough and shorts are an ace hunt. Great club and very well maintained.
Very nice variety, multiple pads, variety of difficulty and plenty of facilities. Tee pads are getting older but many are newer. Really nice tee pad signs and rules for OB
There aren’t many courses around this area, but Estero somehow still stands out from the rest. With the ample teepad options, it can be either a fun round of ace runs or a challenging, but frequently frustrating, gold level course.
Well designed course that give a challenge to all skill levels. Fun water carries for people who dare to throw them. The red pads keep you away from the water. Overall one of the best courses in the area!
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