Hyde Park Golf Club
|Blue M: 71.0/124||372||361||387||224||496||151||377||331||455||3154||555||185||420||347||480||409||178||344||396||3314||6468|
|White M: 69.5/122||363||341||371||209||478||132||367||309||442||3012||543||164||398||332||465||398||162||313||366||3141||6153|
|Senior M: 66.0/108||357||321||313||189||424||120||357||276||428||2785||463||125||372||306||427||374||119||256||331||2773||5558|
|Red W: 71.3/119||357||321||313||189||424||120||357||276||428||2785||463||125||372||306||427||374||119||256||331||2773||5558|
The course was in great shape compared to other courses that I have played recently.
The course is in really good shape. I read an earlier review that said the course could be better, so I was concerned. The grounds crew has done an outstanding job, considering all the rain we have had in the past 3 months. The greens are a little slow, and the are running true, so it may not be a private course, but it is in as good a shape as any course I can play on.
It is what it is
It's a nice little Donald Ross course. You can't expect pristine conditions when you pay $17 - $30. It's a shame that it can't be made into the beautiful course it could be but not for that money
Who'll stop the rain?
only average course conditions but in all fairness it has rained very heavy for the last 3 days, course drains well but its just to much water. Still my favorite course.
A lot of work going into the course.
Greens recently top dressed so will be great soon. Love the layout of the course. Not your typical Florida development course.
This was my first time playing the course. The greens were in good shape, some tee boxes were pretty beat up. Overall the course was in really good shape. The only negative I really have to say about the course conditions was the standing water in every fairway. It has rained nearly every day for the past few weeks. Maybe they could fix some drainage issue's. The staff was professional and friendly. We played 18 in 3 and a half hours. All in all it was a really fun day of golf on a nice historic golf course. The layout is old school, with wide, forgiving fairways and small elevated greens. If you live within an hour it is worth it to play at least once.
Painfilly slow play.
Satrurday and there were 2somes all over the course. We were a group of 4 and waited on every hole for 2somes that would not join together. At one point there we're 9 groups on three holes. There was a marshall on the course that just sat and watched never combining 2 groups. The course was in good shape and it's a nice track. At the turn if you want it a snack and a drink you had to go to two different spots. The snack bar did not have drinks and bar did not have snacks.
I have played Hyde Park in the past, and gave it a try after not playing there for at least a few years. I have to say I was quite impressed with most of the conditions on this old style course on the west side of Jacksonville. The greens were rather slow but still had a really good roll. Fairways had lots of green grass and the tee boxes look like they been worked on. It doesn’t have the conditions of some of other high value of golf courses in the area, but I strongly recommend: play this great Donald Ross design. It’ll take you back in time on many of the holes. It was wet from all the rain we have had but most areas of the course was playable.