Jupiter Dunes Golf Course
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|Red M: 51.8/99 W: 52.9/101||100||73||70||90||82||65||95||96||67||738||150||98||97||125||108||103||100||81||132||994||1732|
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Nice layout in good condition, but no control of starts (first come, first served) means there were 2 singles between a 4-some and a 3-some and all were asking " ... can I/we play thru ..."
The greenskeeper woke with a hangover or was just not happy, since 4 of the small and crowned greens has pins less than 3' from the edge (measured).
Worse yet, when I reported it and was told 3 or 4 others had complained as well, the pro(?) In the back office said "... so, what do you expect ..." a___hole.
Showed up to play 18 holes,well,we played 18 holes . I guess it was my fault ,not reading the yardage. Well got there to find out it is a par 3,I paid 88 $ ,to play a par 3, needless to say j was not happy, reading the description on golf now,never mentioned ,par 3 .will never go back there again,learned my lesson,read the yardage.
Cute 18 hole Par 3
18 hole par 3 that's not particularly challenging. Its a good course for honing your short play skills. Course in not in great shape. Pace of play in season can be very slow. We waited a every hole.
Needs a little TLC
Greens were covered with deep layers of sand, making it hard to put. Blue tees were not set where they should be. Not worth $60. I play Midwest courses that are in 5 times better shape for 1/2 the cost’, and they’re not just par 3’s. Staff is great.
I quess that’s Florida prices in high season
Just a par 3
Played the course to try and develop a short game. Was just in the short part three course in the middle of multiple residential areas. Conditions were average or low for Florida. No amenities on board. Limited parking.
No Tee Time, Get In Line
Overall, this course is fantastic in play and quality. However, the process of checking in and starting a round is clumsy and affects the rest of your round. While their booking site and GolfNow has you select a tee time, the starter will have you get in line and wait your turn. Tee times are not honored. If a group booked a later tee time or maybe someone just walked up, if they got the the starter first, you're getting bumped sometimes up to a half hour after your scheduled tee time. I've seen that work at some pitch-and-putts but those places don't take tee times so there are no expectation. What ends up happening is that foursomes don't get completed, different size groups go out, some are walking some have carts and the pace of play becomes tedious. It opens up on the back 9 because not everyone plays 18, but if they just honor tee times then pace of play would be so much better and starting your round would be less frustrating standing in a long line in the Florida sun.