Casselberry Golf Club
|Red (W)||69||4095 yards||64.1||111|
|Blue M: 65.4/119||485||305||365||380||123||490||352||165||350||3015||285||190||331||300||382||215||279||312||143||2437||5452|
|White M: 63.9/115 W: 67.4/121||475||265||350||325||111||475||328||155||279||2763||275||156||321||267||346||157||274||280||121||2197||4960|
|Red W: 63.1/112||360||230||320||169||98||380||262||128||217||2164||231||132||279||239||308||136||242||264||100||1931||4095|
Course with a lot of potential
Played this course for the first time since the city purchased the course. While the layout may not be the greatest, this is a course that has a lot of potential.
Course conditions on the day were pretty good except on the greens. They are a little longer than a lot of other courses. They could definitely be cut more and play quicker. Fairways were good and the bunkers were also in good shape. Staff was friendly in the shop and pace of play was good.
As far as potential, it comes in the layout. This course needs to open up the fairways more and find some way to make the greens a tad bit bigger. In some areas they can’t, but for a course geared towards beginners the fairways and greens do not help that. An example would be on 14. The fairway is super narrow but the left side near the “fairway” bunker could play as fairway.
For the price of $14 in the afternoon, it’s a fantastic deal but I hope to see the city continue to invest in this course and maybe see a muni revival like WP9 and Jax Beach.
I like this course
I play here several times a year and enjoy it. The city has a good management team improving the playing conditions a great deal.
There is a lot of water on the front nine...3 holes you have to hit over lakes. The back I find much easier and usually score quite a bit lower there.
They have nice putting and pitching areas and a lighted driving range...just going to practice is a good experience.
Great challenging course
Course weaves through a development with a lot of challenge including water, sand and small greens. Being off the fairway can result in trouble. Some areas were very soft and resulted in the ball embedded in mud. Although a short course set it demands a high amount of accuracy.
This is gem. The course is in great shape in my standards. Lush dark green fairways. There is definitely a lot of water on the front as previous reviews have said. I will note this is a short course with very small greens. Make you shots count. Will definitely play here again. Very nice lighted driving also.
Enough challenge to keep all players interested when plotting your way around.
Excellent pace of play and understanding of course etiquette with members allowing faster groups through.
Would like to play in again.
Nice course in winter condition but actually verified well maintained. Enjoyed my round and will play it again,
The new Dubsdread
Sunday morning race the sunrise round. This is the course Dubsdread used to be before jacking up their rates. I highly recommend it if you haven’t been in a while. I don’t think I’ve played Casselberry in 6 years or more and I was truly missing out. The city apparently purchased the course and it’s nicer than it has ever been. People are probably still thinking of Casselberry as the run down muni they knew from the past, but sans a few greens where no one fixed their divots the course is in amazing condition from tee to green.
If you’re a golfer who is tired of par after par (or bogey) and want to learn how to score this is the place. The course is the definition of fun. There is plenty of risk/reward if you want to go birdie hunting or you can play it safe and smart or a mix of both.
For the price there is literally nothing competitive for it in the sub $40 price range sans maybe Winter Park.
I like this course
This course has improved greatly over the last few years. They recently remodeled the proshop/snack bar and did a great job.
If you have difficulty hitting over water... relatively short carries, you may not like this course..especially the front nine which I find quite challenging...I often hit 10 more strokes on the front than on the back. I could shoot in the low 80's all the time if I played the back twice. Give the place a try...you'll probably like it.
This is my community course and I've played it for several years. It has been in poor condition from previous owners and is now in the best condition since the City of Casselberry has taken over ownership. It is truly a diamond in the rough and it continues to improve. Of all the "better" courses in the Orlando area, it's still one of my favorites!
Fair condition wet in places
Very pleased but more grooming around greens would be good.
Overall pleased with value
Not worth the money
Course in bad shape , greens are horrible, really not worth the money , much cheaper courses around in way better shape than this , save yourself the money and headaches and go somewhere else
I like this course
The front nine has a lot of water and can really impact your scoring...most of the landing zones are good size but you will pay for misses.
The back nine is way easier to play as mistakes don't hurt you so bad. If I could play the back twice, I probably shoot in the mid 80s....not so much with the front nine.
Course conditions are getting better and the warm up areas and driving range are quite good
A sloppy mess
Lots of rain in the area the past couple weeks has turned it into one big mud pit. There’s a note about aerated greens, but you basically need your a fairway wood if you’re putting outside of 10ish feet on any given green.. Oh, and our golf cart barely moved. No kidding, every hill or wet spot,we either had to Fred Flinstone it with each of us having one foot pushing outside the cart, or one of us getting out of the cart altogether. Go play Deer Run, it’s right around the corner.