G. T. Bray Park

Bradenton, Florida     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

Course reviews

Sign In or Sign Up to review this course.
Most votes   |   Newest first   |   Oldest first
-  +0 votes  + Robin WW › February 23, 2019
Shared park. A lot of non-golfers on walkways. Mostly short straight holes. Good trees. I enjoyed it. More fun than difficult.
-  +0 votes  + Patrick Treude › January 1, 2019
-  +0 votes  + Firman Miller › December 31, 2016
I heard there was a discgolf course in Bradenton. So I checked it out. I liked it very much! Once this thing has signs and tee pads installed people will no doubt come from miles around. Wooded but very clean park with hardly any water in play but still a challenge with the amount of trees around. Very shady park so should be decent for warmer weather. Good mix of shots. Averages around 300' per hole. Bathrooms and water available. Excellent baskets. If anyone is tired of searching in palmettos for their discs but still enjoys playing wooded distance shots than this ones for you!!
-  +0 votes  + Uncle Tony Hawk › March 4, 2018
-  +0 votes  + Gavin Goertler › February 23, 2019
-  +0 votes  + Ron Goertler › February 23, 2019
-  +0 votes  + James Jurden › January 4, 2019
-  +0 votes  + original thrembo › March 8, 2018
Pros: Bradenton finally gets a "real" course! It features a good mix of open and wooded holes and a nice variety of hole distances. The course has gone through a slight redesign which helps greatly with the navigation and finding hole 1. The tees have numbered signs now so you know where to throw from. Nice orange coated baskets with hole #'s clearly visible on top. Tees are still grass, but concrete probably coming. Nice coastal Florida style course with large trees and cool foliage. Plenty of ...
continue reading ›
-  +0 votes  + Todd Morrison › July 6, 2018
Awesome park with plenty of shade. Good variety of holes. Tee pads could be fixed up to prevent water pooling on them. Some Tee signs are missing and damaged make finding the next hole difficult but arrows signs zip tied to the bottom of baskets give a general direction for the next tee pad.