Jackal Creek Golf
Parkland courses are built inland, away from the ocean. These courses often feature lots of trees and lush grass. If you watch the PGA Tour, you’ve probably seen plenty of parkland courses. They’re called parkland courses because they look and feel like you are playing golf in a park. It’s usually the case that parkland courses are well-manicured, and are full of man-made features like dug bunkers, ponds and built-up rough. Parkland courses are often built in places that don’t have ideal conditions for golf. This means the grass and soil are harder and more expensive to maintain. Because there isn’t as much natural land movement and undulation, much more work must be done by the course architect on parkland courses to add intrigue and excitement to the course.