+2 votes Jamie Maynes › October 31, 2010
Alexander Park is probably my favorite course that I have played. Long and short, woods and open, left turns and right turns. In a few years it'll be even better as it grows up (much more in depth review on DGCoursereview.com). Wonderful course to play. I think when the new trees grow up and with a change or two, this course could be one of the best around. Still awesome as is!
+2 votes Wayne Russell › June 11, 2011
This is one of the best maintained courses in the city.
+1 votes Jason Tokio › July 29, 2011
+0 votes Brian Tibbetts › September 23, 2010
+0 votes Steve Parr › September 25, 2010
+0 votes Justin Dickerson › November 13, 2010
+0 votes Steve Allen › September 28, 2010
+0 votes Diver da convict Wonderly › September 28, 2010
+0 votes Reid Harrison › September 29, 2010
Fun course with a good mix of wooded and open holes. Fun course for the beginner or advanced player. And there is random doubles most Saturday mornings.
+0 votes Gerry Hill › March 14, 2011
+0 votes Luke McFarland › October 15, 2010
I like Alexander, but it seems like some of the long holes are just long to be long, and boring to boot. I most like the holes entering the woods or exiting the woods. This course gets A- rating from me due to its potential.
+0 votes carlos rodriguez › October 28, 2010
+0 votes Robert Shaffer › November 8, 2010
good mix of open fields and woods ... very windy when i played
+0 votes Ari Walker › November 14, 2010
+0 votes Ricky Nance › July 27, 2011
+0 votes Ryan Harris › January 20, 2011
Overall fun course to play. Great for beginner-advanced players, but Pros wont find the course too challenging. Great amenities and big props to Gwinnett County for dropping a lot of money on this course. 149 new 2" trees planted to aid hole design for the open holes. That's not cheap!
+0 votes Doyle Wilmoth › September 17, 2013
grass mowed and very nice condition!!!
+0 votes Eric C › December 29, 2011
+0 votes Bob Williams › March 22, 2011
+0 votes Lance Gregg › March 30, 2011
+0 votes Greg Westmoreland › April 20, 2011
Course was pristine. My compliments to the guys that take care of this place.
+0 votes Corey Landers › May 7, 2011
+0 votes Forrest Boone › June 22, 2011
+0 votes Bob Bombelyn › May 14, 2012
I really enjoy this course the way it has open drives for the first 3 holes and then runs you in and out of the woods. Challenging and a lot of fun.
+0 votes Chris Parker › July 26, 2011
+0 votes Matt Poling › October 23, 2011
+0 votes Jason Dominy › December 9, 2011
+0 votes Ryan Conley › May 29, 2012
+0 votes Dustin Penwright › January 25, 2012
Really like this course, a great addition to the North Atlanta DG scene. The mix of open and wooded holes makes for a good mixed bag round. So far the course is to new to rate any higher because the landscaping is still growing in. Once the fairway trees grow out the course will eventually play a bit harder.
+0 votes T.Y. Gibson › March 6, 2012
+0 votes Nathan Maike › April 6, 2012
+0 votes Cade B › April 10, 2012
+0 votes David McCormack › April 14, 2012
+0 votes Marcus Nash › August 20, 2012
+0 votes Brad Brundage › December 9, 2012
Solid course; just a little too easy. Good mix of open and wooded.
+0 votes Destin Walch › January 21, 2013
Great well maintained course. One of the best in GA. Only downfall is the wind! Quite a windy little course! Don't bring too many light weight discs!
+0 votes Zack Jones › February 15, 2013
+0 votes Christian Thurmond › March 4, 2013
+0 votes Adam Wesolowski › March 25, 2013
Wonderfully maintained course, with excellent tee pads and hole diagrams. Disc Stalker store is about a mile away, which is a very nice bonus.
+0 votes steve adams › May 30, 2013
Course in good shape. 10mh wind.
+0 votes Tony Klassen › July 28, 2013
Really fun course design! A bit on the short side as hole lengths go, but there are plenty of wooded holes that make the distance seem deceptive once you factor in the difficulty the terrain provides. My only suggestion would be some sort of marker to show the current pin placement: After a couple rounds, it would be pretty intuitive, but as first-timers to Alexander Park we got turned around on a couple holes. We started Hole 3 moving towards what we expected was placement 3C, but it turned out ...
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Really fun course design! A bit on the short side as hole lengths go, but there are plenty of wooded holes that make the distance seem deceptive once you factor in the difficulty the terrain provides. My only suggestion would be some sort of marker to show the current pin placement: After a couple rounds, it would be pretty intuitive, but as first-timers to Alexander Park we got turned around on a couple holes. We started Hole 3 moving towards what we expected was placement 3C, but it turned out to be 4A; in reality, we should have been throwing towards 3A which was out of sight from the pad, and 4A was so close to 3C that it threw us for a loop. Overall a very fun afternoon, even with getting turned around!
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+0 votes brent franks › August 28, 2013
I love this course. It has a great mix of long and short and left and right holes. Every hole has two and sometimes three different basket locations which are changed every couple weeks to provide a nice variety of play. The course is very well groomed and very nicely laid out.
+0 votes eric " Sharky " boyd › October 21, 2013
+0 votes Thomas Reynolds › November 6, 2013
Nice location and great Course. maintained very well, watch out for all the dog poo though.....good thing the baskets have the hole number because some are close together
-2 votes Craig Dickerson › October 22, 2010
-2 votes craig hughes › January 10, 2011
lets fertilize the trees and move it from suburbia (that traffic is a ****)