The Cimarrone Golf Club in Jacksonville, Fla. is one of those golf courses that manages to preserve its aesthetics while on the verge of being overwhelmed by the sheer number of houses crowded around its fairways.
There is water, water everywhere, and though all of it doesn't lie directly in your path, there are more than a few carries. Still, none of the carries off the tee are too intimidating, though from the back tees they may be a little daunting for those who shouldn't be back there.
The greens at Cimarrone drop off to deep swales and grass bunkers, some of them so deep you can't see the flagstick. The greens are also fairly small, with some good slope and undulation.
If you can avoid the water off the tee and can hit lofted shots onto the greens, you can score well here.