If you can find a quiet spot it's absolutely beautiful. I found a picnic table surrounded by trees and spent the day watching a cute baby skunk (smart enough to get keep my distance lol!) Run circles around my little area. Beware of bobcats
28 days ago
A true gem between the Intercoastal and the Atlantic. I had more fun on this course than I have had on many courses I have played. Living near Pinehurst I have a a slew of courses that aren't for the faint of heart, so playing this course left me with a huge grin. At first sight you'd assume it would be a Par 3 course but it actually has some Par 4s, albeit short ones but Par 4 nonetheless. The course makes you feel great about your game as eagles and birdies were an easily achievable feat at this track. I shot +1 for the 9 and felt good about doing so. Pace of play was fine but as with any Par 3 course or 9 hole course comes the group of people who are learning to play golf for the first time and hold up play. The course does have a course attendant who roams and enforces the pace of play. Course was in fantastic shape sans the greens which were just aerated, which stopped or hopped a few puts. No biggie. There is a practice green and plenty of Iguanas to hang out with on the first tee box. I frequent Boca for family and I will now be at this course as much as possible!
4 months ago
The 2nd best par 3 in palm Beach county. The first being Ray Floyd's par three course further north. Red Reef is always in immaculate shape. Views of the Intracoastal and the beautiful homes make the track aesthetically pleasing. The beach view on the final few holes is beautiful. The prices are great but best to make a tea time during the busy season. We love this golf course, been playing there for almost a decade now. But beware it looks easier than it plays, it's a challenging course.