University of Florida
The core of the University of Florida’s course is a Donald Ross design from the 1920s. But after an artful 2001 renovation by Bobby Weed updated the course for the 21st century, the layout measures 6,701 yards on just 110 acres. Despite the lack of length, the course is still challenging for the long-hitting college players while offering numerous interesting holes for the rest of the university community.
Par: 70 Yardage: 6,701 Architect: Donald Ross Year opened: 1921 ufgolfcourse.com
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