I’ve played this course more times than I care to remember. It’s a good choice for those who are just starting out and who golf on a tight budget.
To be honest, it’s not a very good course, but it’s one that I remember fondly. Many of the holes are waterlogged, the greens are reminescent of a craggy dry wasteland and the patronage must be taken with a grain of salt.
It always seems to rain when I played Casselberry, almost as if the golf gods were testing my resolve, I’m happy to say that for the most part, I passed the test, there was one particlar day, when I was playing with my cousin and the skies opened up and unleashed their fury! So there we were, huddled up in the cart, being pelted by gale force winds and rain drops the size of golf balls chanting “it will pass, it will pass, it will pass…” After about five minutes of sitting there, lightning struck a tree about 100 yards away. Needless to say, we had to call the course the next day apologizing for leaving the cart complete with two sets of golf clubs and man sized gerbil pellets abandoned in the middle of the fairway and could we please have our clubs back…
It’s a short, easy course 5,452 yards from the blues, it has it’s share of fun holes and it’s an easy way to spend an afternoon.
I give it 2.2 out of 5 stars.
Here’s the link Casselberry Golf Course.
Course Rating 66.9
Course Rating 64.7
Course Rating 64.1
Anyone have a similar course they feel this way about?