22nd Street Park

Tampa, Florida     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Cody Taplin › May 21, 2016
9 baskets, 18 pads. Cool tee shots, no traffic whatsoever. Starts with a long par 5, don't worry, there is baskets down there. And if you think your in the ghetto when you arrive, don't worry, your actually at the park. No practice basket, great practice course
-  +1 votes  + Mark Blazer › February 27, 2018
One of Tampa Bay's longest courses, a par 59 coming in at 7,137 feet. PRO: + HOLE LENGTH + 22nd Street Park is one of the few area courses that has some good length to it, and even allows the big throwers to really air them out. The par 3's here average over 350 feet and several of them are over 390 feet. Hole (1) to start, is nearly a 1,000 feet long, and is the second longest hole in the Tampa Bay area (24 courses). + UNIQUENESS + Although a flat course and void of water hazards, the ov ...
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-  +1 votes  + original thrembo › March 8, 2018
Pros: Set in a scenic park with large oak and pine trees, giving multiple ways to throw most of the holes. Nice grassy fairways make losing a disc very unlikely.The park has a nice quiet, peaceful vibe to it. A nice place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the urban Tampa area. The course is fairly long, with a couple of bombers. Big guns might like the longer holes here. Cons: There is also a long walk back to the car from hole 9/18 There is a river in the park, but it isn't really us ...
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-  +0 votes  + James Womble › January 2, 2016
-  +0 votes  + Ken Sapp › May 17, 2017
abnormally windy today. Course played awesome.
-  +0 votes  + Chris P › December 31, 2018
-  +0 votes  + Nathan S › July 10, 2018
TL;DR - Course itself is great. Location is in a rough area. - Break-ins on people's cars have been reported. I typically play during mid-day, havent had any issues. - Course is somewhat hard to find. Located on some back roads off of Busch Blvd. - With the exception of a couple holes the drives are long with low ceilings. Forces you to play more accurately on those rip drives. - No restrooms or amenities. Few benches, trash cans, etc. - About half the course is shaded and the other h ...
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-  -2 votes  + John B › January 7, 2014
This course was rather disappointing. If you're in the area, just head over to usf riverfront park and save yourself the time. The course is poorly laid out. Some holes don't even exist. Oftentimes, you are using the same pin, for hole 7 and hole 9, just different angles. Almost all holes are par 3. Many of the signs are missing or incorrect. I appreciate whoever tried to sharpie the holes on sign posts, but alas it was not enough to save my experience.