City Of Lauderhill Golf Course
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With comments from my playing partner that day, who plays there a few times every winter..........
First hole was relocated after complaints by the condo owners to the left side. On rare occasion, balls were landing near their pool and sitting area. Instead of installing a net along the left property line, the first hole was moved beyond the condo. This cut an already short first hole, in half.
Then the 8th and 9th greens were realigned. They are now next to each other across the same pond! So you hit over water on the 8th, walk over a bridge to the green, which is right beside the 9th green...and I mean right next to it. So folks hitting on the 9th tee can hit those on the 8th green and vise versa!. Once you have finished on the 8th green, you retrace your route back over the bridge and shoot at the 9th, sometimes hitting the 8th green. Just a terrible layout for the last two. There are two other holes where you have to have your playing partner keep an eye out for balls coming from other holes! On another you have to wait for group to tee off before you can tee up for another hole. The two tee off areas essentially criss-cross. Wish I could give 0 stars for course layout. And at $6.00 a round, you would think it is a wild bargain - not.
I am truly surprised that no one has gotten killed on this course.
Tee areas were terrible. Rarely found one level. Most were lumpy or had holes. Greens were reasonably good. They only own two riding carts so plan on walking. Even had to wait a half hour extra for rental pull carts to come back in with other people
Great beginners coarse
This was my wifes first time golfing so we chose this coarse for its short play. My wife had a great time and loved it. We are looking forward to golfing there again.
We love this golf course! Price is ok and course is good for seniors and beginners.
Good bang for your buck
This was the perfect course to shake the rust off. Basically a par 3 with a few longer holes. Staff was so friendly. The course layout can be a bit confusing if you are new, but you figure it out quickly. It is a nice 9 hole walking course to start the day, can be played in an hour or so. I have gone back several times on an early Saturday morning. Definitely the best bargain out there.
Great course to work on your short game
You had to be pretty accurate but not have to swing too hard to get to the greens. Some very short holes with water hazards. A great course for youth, beginners, seniors and average golfers. It helped improve my short game and gain a little more confidence in my nine iron.
It was definitely getting what you paid for
The course wasn't the best. Holes not clearly marked. But it was value for the dollar.
This is a chip and putt course. Most holes range in the 80-140 range.
Good place to ago ke your wife if she is a hacker.
Great staff snd a fun course.
Wonderful staff. Course is perfect for practice with fast little greens. Terrific, personable service from beginning to end, and being St Patrick's Day there was free beer after the round. I mean really, all this for $6.00 with no tax charged on a lovely day. Can't be beat. Good for the county for running such a great establishment.
Only one problem, Great confusion In course
Small course . Green are really good maintaining. Distance between 100 yards to 200 Yard. Most between 100 an 150. You can loose in the course because there are not signal to get the next hole. For five dollars is a really good options to practice short game
Fun layout a 9 hole exec worth trying
This 9 hole walking course has a mix of par 3 and par 4 with the longest par 4 of 200 yards. It is a small course and their is not much room for fairways or greens so you need to be accurate. You will be using all your clubs up to the 4 iron because each hole is unique and narrow. The condition on the day I played was poor with the greens just being sanded for the summer. I guess the city does not have much money to maintain but for $5 it is better to play and practice here than a driving range as I pretty much had the course to myself. The bunkers were good and the fairways are good enough. Try it, you will like it and I plan to go back.
$9.00- It's better then going to the range
So what to say....the course is super cheap, the same cost for a bucket of balls. So I say, forget the range and go play, that's where your game improves. It's a challenging course, very tight and very short, so for your short game and putting its perfect. It's a dog of a course but I played 18 holes, all but two were par 3's for $9.00, yes that's not a typo, $9 bucks. The two guys I played with really improved there short game, so it works. Bathrooms were clean, walk the course pulling your clubs was fun.
Hit them straight
norrow fairways, short Par 4s, can really work on your short game and use wedges.