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Ocala Greenway Disc Golf Course

Posted on Sep 2nd 2009
Built on abandoned barge canal property. Elevation on most holes with a mix of wooded and wide open holes. 80% of the course is in the shade.
Year Established: 
2003
Street Address: 
7 Redwood Track Trail
Ocala, FL 34472
United States
Rating: 
3.5
Average: 3.5 (2 votes)
Location Map: 
Parking Lot Coordinates: 
POINT (-82.03242 29.162302)
Directions: 
I-75 north; Belleview/Dunnellon exit 341/old 67 (CR484 becomes SR 25) east towards Belleview, 8.2 miles to a left on SR 35N (Amoco station) and continue 5.5 miles to a right on CR 464E, 1 block to a left at 1st light (64th Ave. Rd.), 2 miles to a left into Cross Florida Greenway Parking lot (across from Redwood Trk. Trl.). 1st tee in woods south/left of trail.
CourseID: 
2 526
Course Type: 
Permanent
# Holes: 
24
Target Type: 
Mach V
Tee Type: 
Concrete
Total Length Of Course: 
6 192ft
Alt. Course Length: 
5 433ft
Holes < 300 ft: 
8
Holes 300 - 400 ft: 
13
Holes > 400 ft: 
3
Camping Nearby: 
yes
Facilities: 
yes
Fees: 
no
Handicap: 
no
Private: 
no
Tee Signs: 
yes
Contact Name: 
Mike Pierannunzi
PDGA Number: 
17111
Phone #1: 
352-687-9000
Course Photo(s): 
Course Map: 
Computed coordinates: 
POINT (-82.03242 29.162302)
Location Type: 
Park

Comments

Rating: 

Awesome set up. Pretty difficult with a lot variety of pin locations (left, str8, right). Only difficulty was figuring out where the 1st hole is (left trail of parking lot about 100 ft.) And always trying to figure out where next hole is. Needs more signs!

Rating: 

Almost four years after last review, signs have not improved much. The map at the beginning of the course has been somewhat nullified due to the adding of extra holes which expanded the course from 18-24 holes. Unfortunately, instead of renumbering all the holes, they modified some numbers (hole 4, hole 4A, hole 4B)... Then at some point decided to switch to renumbering the latter holes (renaming hole 16 to hole 22, for example). I heard other players during my round complaining of the same thing. I'm still not quite sure how, but I jumped from hole 6, to hole 18, rather inadvertantly.

All that said, the course itself is a good challenge. Many tightly wooded shots for me to practice my lumberjack technique... And a handful of open shots to really let your arm rip. Nice elevation changes, especially being in Florida. Benches at almost every tee, some even having little pavilions.

Overall a very nice course, if you can find your way around in it.