Yesterday I played Slammer and Squire at the World Golf Village. A friend had a friend who had a coupon so we got to play really cheap. It was a really fun day.
It's what I would call a resort course, not hard at all, with wide open fairways so you can pound the ball off the tee. I think they set it up to make sure people enjoy the experience. After all, it's the World Golf Village so they want to make sure the guy from out of state enjoys himself.
I played pretty well (for me) on the front nine, but on the back nine, my short game let me down as usual. The closer I get to the hole, the worse I get. Next time I go to the practice range, I am going to spend an hour working on short putting, 6 feet or less, and I'm going to keep working on that until I master it, because I am wasting all kinds of strokes missing short putts.
I like that course. The King&Bear has a few more "teeth" than Slammer/Squire. Great facility there.
In regards to your prior post, I lived in Jax for the first 26 years of my life, so I'm aware of the golf opportunities and really look forward to taking advantage of them.
I've got the itch to play this week something fierce and there's snow on the ground. Sigh…. I don't really have the time anyway. I'll be in Jax in mid-March for a few days. Will definitely squeeze in a round then.