Basket 8 missing, a few holes are over grown but mostly playable.
This is a short 9 Hole course at the Virginia Key beach park. $5 CASH to park at the course. The holes are short (between 120-300 feet) and weave between some wetlands and natural areas with some medium-tall trees. Tee-pad locations were once marked with short red post that have no signage and seem to once have hole numbers but not all holes currently have numbers. The tee-pads are small and have faded pavers that tend to get covered by leaves and grass clippings. If you follow the map here on the app you should find them relatively easy. There is a large open soccer field next to the parking lot that is large enough to throw disc for practice as well. The park offers beach access, playgrounds, barbecue grills, covered picnic areas, and picnic benches.
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Drinking water available
No Upcoming Events!
Missing baskets. In complete course. Horrible throw pads. The park itself is very nice though. But if you’re going to play disc golf only skip it. Go to Snyder Park Avenue in Fort Lauderdale.
Unplayable. Most of the course is a campground. Baskets missing. 1 tee pad on the whole course. No signage. $8 to get in park. Really - don’t even bother unless you are in the park already.
Hole 4 is completely unplayable, the rest are confusing and not enjoyable. I almost died of mosquito bites
Short course with some nice shots to the right and cool habitat with crocodiles and iguanas roaming
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