This review isn't all that bad really. Its actually completely spot on for the course it is describing. They mention how bad the signage is, but it really isn't a bad course for locals once you learn how to play it. The design is excellent for the area they chose. And really, with only 4 courses in southern florida, might as well give them all a little free advertising. I've played at least 40 different courses, mostly in Michigan. I know what a good disc golf course is supposed to look like. This one has no funding and no one cares for it, so it is absent tee signs, pads and between hole markings. Can be troublesome for the first time player, but it can be a fun course. THIS: Along the way, especially on sunny weekends, you'll also deal with a uniquely Miami hazard: hordes of families barbecuing while blasting merengue and reggaeton along the lake. Think of it as an extra degree of difficulty, and you'll have one of the best disc golf rounds of your life. Hilarious. And couldn't be more dead on.