+1 votes Ryan Overpeck › August 20, 2012
Blue pads and long pins make for a thickly wooded championship caliber course. Tough course.
+1 votes Darren Simpson › May 3, 2013
Best disc golf course I have been to in Alabama. Very challenging course from short tees. Marked very well, my first time there I felt very comfortable and found all pads and holes easily.
+1 votes Benjamin Cybul › October 25, 2013
The course was a lot of fun! I met up with some people that had never played the course either, so we decided to play it from the shorts. It was a lot of fun and I love the elevation change. I cannot wait to get back to test my metal on the longs. There were come areas that had grown over a little in the fairways, but the course was so outstanding that I barely noticed. 2 big teepads on every hole and a lot of direction between them!
+0 votes Ben Creger › October 1, 2013
Great course very challenging. lots of long holes, trees, and hills. It was pretty easy to find my way around the course. It has exelent t pads. If your in the area its a must play.
+0 votes Daniel Faulkner › April 26, 2014
My favorite course. Reminiscent of Bowers Park in Tuscaloosa, AL. Beautiful course almost 100% in the woods. Challenging but not ridiculously difficult. Blue pads for pros and red pads for common folk. Great workout. WARNING: DO NOT BRING ELDERLY OR SMALL CHILDREN ALONG WITH YOU. VERY DIFFICULT UP AND DOWN WALKING.
+0 votes John D. › January 3, 2015
+0 votes Shawn Lackey › March 16, 2015
I love this course!!! If you want to play a course that is going to make your precision game better, this is where you need to go. I would also tell you to wear your hiking boots. Overall great course and I ook forward to playing it again.