+0 votes jamie kiep › March 3, 2015
+0 votes Jon Meade › October 6, 2014
There is and extra hole after 8 that we add both together to make 8 a par 6. And some of the baskets had been moved to shorter spots making some holes par 3 or 4 instead of what they orginally were. Overall love this course though! One of my favorites!
+0 votes Willie Sherrill › July 27, 2014
+0 votes Matthew McGahey › February 15, 2014
Love this course. Great for beginners and pros alike due to the fact that it forces you to work on the technical part of your game and is always challenging, but also gives you open areas to grip and rip.
+0 votes Jerry Ludwig › January 9, 2014
+0 votes Codee Burton › December 13, 2013
+0 votes Ryan Youngblood › December 16, 2013
Need more concrete path through water on 18. I Like the addition of the net to catch discs on hole 3 in the swamp. Also, every hole seems to have some really tight hole in front of every tee that makes it really difficult to drive.
+0 votes Matt Meade › December 11, 2013
Outstanding course overall. This course has holes that will call for every shot time - hyzer, anhyzer, straight, short, medium, and long drives. A lot of the holes are very technical and call for high accuracy shots. They also have 3 tee areas: Blue, White, and Red with multiple pin placements available. There are also some OB swamp areas and road areas. Make sure you keep a sharp eye out for snakes due to the south Georgia swamp lands for they will venture out into the fields and around/in the ...
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Outstanding course overall. This course has holes that will call for every shot time - hyzer, anhyzer, straight, short, medium, and long drives. A lot of the holes are very technical and call for high accuracy shots. They also have 3 tee areas: Blue, White, and Red with multiple pin placements available. There are also some OB swamp areas and road areas. Make sure you keep a sharp eye out for snakes due to the south Georgia swamp lands for they will venture out into the fields and around/in the OB areas. The surrounding area and players are very friendly. They also have a drop box for found discs. An added benefit is that there is a play area near the ball fields, so you can make a family day out of it. Local eagle scouts are looking into building bridge cross-walks for hole 1 and hole 11, which will improve the playing conditions.
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+0 votes Thomas Boggs › October 1, 2013
Great design. A variety that you don't see everywhere.
+0 votes Mykie Branham › September 26, 2013
+0 votes Brad Schultz › August 23, 2013
Really liked this course. Open areas to let 'em fly and challenging wooded areas, too. Definitely a difference between the regular and blue tees. A little wet in spots, but it was in March.
+0 votes Eric Agrillo › April 22, 2013
Many of the holes are extremely soggy after it rains. Be prepared to trudge through mud and standing water throughout the wooded holes.
+0 votes Chris Whittle › April 5, 2013
Although I was only able to play once, I had a blast. It spans open areas and through the woods. The only set back here was that it was never very stroller friendly. Also, there seemed to be a difficult time crossing around hole 11 ( if I remember correctly). Careful parking as well, since basket #1 is 50ft away from the parking spots.
+0 votes MarkVan Nortwick › February 12, 2013
Great course for beginners and pros. Very challenging, especially on a windy day.
+0 votes Nate Johnston › November 6, 2012
-1 votes John D › September 27, 2012
+0 votes Thomas B. › June 17, 2012
+0 votes Mike M. › June 17, 2012
+0 votes Tyler "Swanny" Swanson › March 31, 2012
Great course. Be prepared to throw short shots back into the fairway if you go of course on a few holes. I didn't and took a 6 then 5 back to back.
+0 votes Matthew Hock › March 18, 2012
+0 votes Matt Williams › February 29, 2012
+0 votes Justin Carter › February 10, 2012
+1 votes JohnE McCray › November 7, 2011
Great course. There are 2 sets of cement tee pads.THE BLUES ARE THE LONGS AND THE WHITES ARE THE SHORTS.