Candidate host for the 2016 Olympics (TGCT style) This course is an imagining of what a Brazilian links course might be like... Plenty of links style elements combined with plenty of beaches and tropical plants. Very much hope you enjoy.
|2017||Cracked Open||CC-A||David Scott|
|2017||Cracked Open||CC-B||Martin Devereux|
|2017||Cracked Open||CC-C||Scott Bruce|
|2017||Guy Harvey Caribbean Classic||CC-D||Casey Farias|
|2017||Guy Harvey Caribbean Classic||CC-E||Daniel Roberts|
|2017||Guy Harvey Caribbean Classic||CC-Z||Douglas Arsenault|
Other Courses by Patrick Yates
|The Links at University Place||Countryside||71|
|Marazion Golf Club||Tropical||71|
|Tye Dunes II||Highlands||72|
|Marazion Golf Club 2016||Tropical||71|
|Corran Castle Links (Updated)||Highlands||71|
Reviewed by: Nunzio Camerlengo on 5/20/2017
Even though I finished in the top 5 I feel that the greens were ridiculous as far as the breaks and the amount of red and yellow lines were applied. Overall the course was very fair but you can make the greens challenging without the red & yellow lines by controlling the firmness and speed. Play my course Phoenix Rising and see what I mean about challenging greens with no red & yellow lines. TGC needs to pick courses that suit the abilities of the players within the CC-am. I like a challenging course but I also want to enjoy playing it. The course was very good but the greens were unfair.