+2 votes Stephen H. › September 19, 2010
One ****in' course! Cedar will eat your discs, crush your spirit, and jack hammer you in the ass if you're not careful. (the chomo's lurking around the park will too) Cedar Hill is a long, technical course that was well thought out when designed. A true test of power, accuracy, and endurance. If you manage to stick with it and not go home crying to your mommy after the front side rapes you and your weak ass game, you'll be rewarded on #17 with a nice view and long ass ace opp. Very few flat areas and even less wide open areas. This course is a beast!! Love it.
+1 votes Jake Compton › November 24, 2010
Seven Oaks has the fun factor but Cedar Hell has the skill factor. This is a challenging course. Lots of risk/reward. Hole 1 (450ft) and 2 (502ft) may be the signature holes of the Nashville area. Hole 6 (450ft) is an awesome roller shot. Hole 7 plays 610ft with a tight fairway with lots of elevation. The back 9 has tight but manageable fairways and long drives. Hole 17 gives you the elevation bomb you were looking for and then 18 is long right (580ft) to finish at the parking lot. My av ...
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Seven Oaks has the fun factor but Cedar Hell has the skill factor. This is a challenging course. Lots of risk/reward. Hole 1 (450ft) and 2 (502ft) may be the signature holes of the Nashville area. Hole 6 (450ft) is an awesome roller shot. Hole 7 plays 610ft with a tight fairway with lots of elevation. The back 9 has tight but manageable fairways and long drives. Hole 17 gives you the elevation bomb you were looking for and then 18 is long right (580ft) to finish at the parking lot. My average here is a +10 and that is working hard from a +14 average a few months back (My best being +6!!!). The day I play a 0 here will be one helluva round. Cedar Hell coupled with Seven Oaks would round out any Nashville disc golf trip nicely.
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+1 votes Linden Lantz › January 9, 2011
This is a great course with many challenging holes. This course has everything that you could dream about in a world class course except water. I would play this course every day I could
+1 votes Corey D › December 14, 2012
+1 votes Shane Cline › February 28, 2012
This is one of the best courses in Tennessee. It makes you throw a lot of different shots. Course forces you to be on your game right out the gate. If you get off the fair way or miss putts the score adds up quick here.
+1 votes Shawn Hardin › March 22, 2012
This course is amazing. Beautiful, technical, and long. I was a little intimidated going in, after reading other reviews, but I decided to just grip it and rip it. For other beginners, don't skip this course just because it seems so difficult. It's worth the effort, and you'll improve your game. Plus, the course is beautiful and well maintained.
+0 votes aaron clifton › October 3, 2010
+0 votes Russell Hammond › March 20, 2011
+0 votes Greg McAtee › December 2, 2010
+0 votes Oscar J › February 16, 2011
My son will have to wait till he is a man to play this one with me. No mistake made is forgiven on this course. Very nice and well laid out. Long holes with good elevation changes. Need a good skill set to master this course. Very close to Liberty Park, but a bit longer I think.
+0 votes Matt Roberts › March 8, 2011
+0 votes Stephen Montgomery › April 18, 2011
Beautifuland difficult...one of the harder courses I've played.
+0 votes Brent Harris › May 12, 2011
+0 votes James Danger Kuykendall › July 1, 2011
+0 votes Kevin Morrow › June 29, 2011
Course was a challenge and fun. Up & downhill, wooded, open and varety of shots needed. The only bad thing was it rained hard the night before & the tee pads were slick and the course was a little muddy.
+0 votes Adam Carden › March 1, 2012
+0 votes Shannan Napier › May 23, 2012
Cedar Hill is such a good course to hone in your shots. If you shoot a good round at this course you can shoot a great round just about anywhere else.
+0 votes Nasty Nate Reiner › April 10, 2012
+0 votes Michael Walker › May 31, 2012
This course is way overated. I would play most any other course in Middle Tennessee over this course. How it is rated so high is beyond me. Also, This course is in Madison. Do not go to the address the driving directions link takes you to. That address is off of Haywood lane and is a neighborhood.
+0 votes Jeff Casalina › June 8, 2012
Played this course while traveling to Florida. This is the first TN course that I've ever played, and it has left a lasting impression. Very clean and a great layout. Challenging holes mixed with some very long open ones make for a fun round of disc golf. I got the round in early in the morning, so crowds weren't an issue. Matter of fact, my son and I were the only ones there until we were done, and we saw one person teeing off on #1. I will definitely stop by if ever in the Nashville area again.
+0 votes Snype Burns › May 8, 2013
Been playing this course for years and it still gives me trouble....which i like
-1 votes Lacy Privette › December 19, 2011
My favorite course in Nashville. Defined fairways, long technical holes and beautiful views.