Reidy Creek Footgolf Course
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Designed by FootGolf SD
A challenging course with lots of elevation
Rolling fairways make for tricky putts
Narrow tee boxes require accurate tee shots
Deep in Escondido lies a hidden gem of a footgolf course, the newest in San Diego County. A very fun and challenging 9-hole layout, Reidy Creek offers something for beginners and advanced players alike.
It starts with a tough par 4 on Hole 1, featuring a pin tucked in behind a bunker. Get over it safely and you can score a birdie. Fall in, and it’s par if you are lucky. Hole 2 features a tricky slope towards the reeds, but keep it high enough to the left and you will be safe. Hole 3 is a real son of a gun, an uphill beast that requires you to land the ball on a small plateau half way up. A wayward shot will send you back down to the tee box!
Hole 5 is relatively short at 80 yards, but the tee box has some tree branches hanging overhead, and structure in the way on the ground. A straight tee shot could yield an easy birdie putt. Hole 6 is a fun elevated tee shot, and a good bounce off the right side can get your ball rolling down to the hole on the left.
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2300 N Broadway, Escondido, CA 92026
Hole 8 requires an accurate tee shot, as a big berm lies on the left side and a dry marsh is on the right side. If you get through that, you have a long putt to the hole with some serious bends and curves in the fairway to take in to account. The finishing hole is a fun par 3 with a challenging birdie putt that makes you think twice about which way to play the break.
All in all, Reidy Creek is a unique set up unlike any other in town. Give it a go and let us know what you think!