Mark Bostick Golf Course At University of Florida
For more than 80 years, Mark Bostick Golf Course has tied down the northwest corner of the University of Florida’s Gainesville campus. In spite of the fact that the course was originally designed by eminent architect Donald Ross during the 1920s, it has advanced throughout the years to go up against its own distinct identity.
Contained within a 116-section of land plot of land, the 6,701-yard, par-70 course is short by today’s golf standards. Notwithstanding, a $4 million remodel project in 2001 by Jacksonville-based architect Bobby Weed changed the contour of the landscape, creating a course that is both physically and mentally challenging.