Firefly Golf Links
|White M: 69.1/129||456||344||141||345||363||319||187||502||337||2994||305||132||412||303||174||464||341||547||340||3018||6012|
|Yellow M: 65.1/118||394||304||122||306||337||300||146||428||309||2646||276||120||355||237||125||357||266||497||311||2544||5190|
|Red W: 66.3/118||383||290||108||228||230||244||126||361||285||2255||250||105||341||221||97||344||257||431||287||2333||4588|
Hit or miss
I have played this course a lot over the last 5 years, and last year (2016) it was in the best condition I've ever seen it. The layout can be very challenging if you a having trouble off the tees. Some holes are very tight, lined with trees, and a couple fairways have only a small buffer between fairway and the property line. The greens are small and very spungy, so on a day where they have a lot of play it can be hard to putt around the footprints. I'm not sure that they have every been dethatched and I don't think they are normal mounded sand built greens so they hold a lot of moisture and are usually very soft. On a positive side the fairways are very well maintained and the bunker placements are in challenging locations. During they dry seasons this course can be very fun and challenging but it may have drainage issues. If we get a couple days with a decent rain the course is saturated for a week or more making your ball plug in fairways and roughs causing unessicary drops. I would say timing of when you play this coures will determine your overall experience.