I haven't played this one in a while but back in the day you could get nine holes for under $10. You get what you pay for though - a cheap course to practice your skills but don't expect smooth putting surfaces or finely manicured fairways.
Posted: 4/21/2008 • Link to this review
They should require you to wear a hard hat and carry a weapon when you play this course. The grass on the "greens" was longer than the fairway grass on a normal city course. There were polk plants and tiny trees growing out of the greens as well. If candler park is your only golfing option, take up another sport instead.
Posted: 7/09/2006 • Link to this review
This is an extremely cheap 9 hole golf course that is poorly maintained. If you are just beginning to play, this is a great way to get started for a pittance. Otherwise, stay away.
Posted: 10/25/2005 • Link to this review
A classic example of you get what you pay for. This course is in awful condition, but it's an open space in the middle of the city to tinker with your short game. And it's cheaper than a bucket of balls at the range!
Posted: 5/05/2005 • Link to this review