Old Peachtree Walk

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Approve · Reject    revision id#5617 by Wayne Russell   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main courseCourse description:This course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The course does not favor lefties or righties and has some significant elevation changes on the back nine. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Check out our Google Map at: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=214759073760164734423.000456515cc27dd9face5&This Frisbee (not disc) golf course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The course does not favor lefties or righties and has some significant elevation changes on the back nine. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is also the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Check out our Google Map at: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=214759073760164Approve · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#5600 by Skrote Sphinkter   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main courseAvailability:PrivatePublicApprove · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#5598 by Skrote Sphinkter   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Old Peachtree WalkFees:unspecifiedFree to playApprove · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#5547 by Wayne Russell   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Old Peachtree WalkFees:Free to playunspecifiedApprove · Reject
Main courseCourse description:This course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The course does not favor lefties or righties and has some significant elevation changes on the back nine. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Check out our Google Map at: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=214759073760164734423.000456515cc27dd9face5&This course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The course does not favor lefties or righties and has some significant elevation changes on the back nine. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Check out our Google Map at: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=214759073760164734423.000456515cc27dd9face5&Approve · Reject
Main coursePrivacy rules:This is a Frisbee golf course and is layed out within an established neighborhood. Holes are marked with white numbers and tees are marked in the street with gray triangles adjacent to the preceding hole. Only requirement to play is a courtesy email for a tee time, permission to use the first tee which is off the clubhouse front porch and a commitment to play in harmony with the neighborhood (I.e. guarding any cars in harms way and a respect of homeowners and their property). Email the club for a complementary copy of the course map and scorecard at: skrotesphinkter@gmail.comThis is a Frisbee golf course and is layed out within an established neighborhood. Holes are marked with white numbers and tees are marked in the street with gray triangles adjacent to the preceding hole. Only requirement to play is a courtesy email for a tee time, permission to use the first tee which is off the clubhouse front porch and a commitment to play in harmony with the neighborhood (I.e. guarding any cars in harms way and a respect of homeowners and their property). Email the club for a complementary copy of the course map and scorecard at: neighborhoodfrisbeegolfassoc@gmail.comApprove · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#292 by Wayne Russell   November 29, 0262 at 1:17pm

Main courseCourse description:This course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The course does not favor lefties or righties and has some significant elevation changes on the back nine. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Check out our Google Map at: http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&tab=wl or email skrotesphinkter@gmail.com fThis course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The course does not favor lefties or righties and has some significant elevation changes on the back nine. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Check out our Google Map at: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=214759073760164734423.000456515cc27dd9face5&Approve · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#247 by Wayne Russell   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main courseCourse description:NFGA The Neighborhood Frisbee Golf Association is a competitive Frisbee-Disc Golf fusion sport played in any neighborhood throughout the world. RULES: Frisbee Golf is scored just like ball golf. The number of throws it takes to hit the predetermined target is your score for that hole. A course does not have a standard number of holes like golf (18). It can have as many as your group wants. The only exception to this rule is during tournament play. Tournament play requires that you play the same number of holes for each round of the tournament. Unlike Disc-Golf, the NFGA uses one standard size 175 gram (Ultimate) Frisbee for all shots. Players choose a target (Hole) down the street (Fairway), establish throwing area boundaries (Tee) and decide on an appropriate number of shots (PAR) to reach the target and throw! Play the Frisbee as it lies! Players are allowed to make as many steps to gain momentum and power as long as they do not pass the Tee box, or their current lie. Players may tThis course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The course does not favor lefties or righties and has some significant elevation changes on the back nine. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Check out our Google Map at: http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&tab=wl or email skrotesphinkter@gmail.com fApprove · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#241 by Wayne Russell   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main coursePrivacy rules:This is a Frisbee golf course and is layed out within an established neighborhood. Holes are marked with white numbers and tees are marked in the street with gray triangles adjacent to the preceding hole. Only requirement to play is a courtesy email for a tee time, permission to use the first tee which is off the clubhouse front porch and a commitment to play in harmony with the neighborhood (I.e. guarding any cars in harms way and a respect of homeowners and their property). Email the club for a complementary copy of the course map and scorecard at skrotesphinkter@gmail.comThis is a Frisbee golf course and is layed out within an established neighborhood. Holes are marked with white numbers and tees are marked in the street with gray triangles adjacent to the preceding hole. Only requirement to play is a courtesy email for a tee time, permission to use the first tee which is off the clubhouse front porch and a commitment to play in harmony with the neighborhood (I.e. guarding any cars in harms way and a respect of homeowners and their property). Email the club for a complementary copy of the course map and scorecard at: skrotesphinkter@gmail.comApprove · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#240 by Wayne Russell   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main coursePrivacy rules:This is a Frisbee golf course and is layed out within an established neighborhood. Holes are marked with white numbers and tees are marked in the street with gray triangles adjacent to the preceding hole. Only requirement to play is a courtesy email for a tee time and permission to use the first tee which is off the clubhouse front porch. Email the club for a complementary copy of the course map and scorecard. skrotesphinkter@gmail.comThis is a Frisbee golf course and is layed out within an established neighborhood. Holes are marked with white numbers and tees are marked in the street with gray triangles adjacent to the preceding hole. Only requirement to play is a courtesy email for a tee time, permission to use the first tee which is off the clubhouse front porch and a commitment to play in harmony with the neighborhood (I.e. guarding any cars in harms way and a respect of homeowners and their property). Email the club for a complementary copy of the course map and scorecard at skrotesphinkter@gmail.comApprove · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#238 by Wayne Russell   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main courseCourse description:This course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The course does not favor lefties or righties and has some significant elevation changes on the back nine. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Check out our Google Map at http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=214759073760164734423.000456515cc27dd9facThis course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The course does not favor lefties or righties and has some significant elevation changes on the back nine. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Check out our Google Map at (copy and paste link into google browser) http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msidApprove · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#237 by Wayne Russell   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main courseCourse description:This course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The course does not favor lefties or righties and has some significant elevation changes on the back nine. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Check out our Google Map at http://g.co/maps/2rvzr or email skrotesphinkter@gmail.com for a tee time and a cThis course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The course does not favor lefties or righties and has some significant elevation changes on the back nine. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Check out our Google Map at http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=214759073760164734423.000456515cc27dd9facApprove · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#236 by Skrote Sphinkter   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main courseCourse description:This course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The course does not favor lefties or righties and has some significant elevation changes on the back nine. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Email skrotesphinkter@gmail.com for a tee time and a complementary copy of the course map and scorecard.This course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The course does not favor lefties or righties and has some significant elevation changes on the back nine. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Check out our Google Map at http://g.co/maps/2rvzr or email skrotesphinkter@gmail.com for a tee time and a cApprove · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#233 by Wayne Russell   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Old Peachtree WalkLongitude:0.0000-84.12924Approve · Reject
Old Peachtree WalkLatitude:0.000034.005187Approve · Reject
Main courseParking lot latitude:0.00000034.005187Approve · Reject
Main courseParking lot longitude:0.000000-84.12924Approve · Reject
Main courseCourse description:This course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Email skrotesphinkter@gmail.com for a tee time and a complementary copy of the course map and scorecard.This course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The course does not favor lefties or righties and has some significant elevation changes on the back nine. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Email skrotesphinkter@gmail.com for a tee time and a complementary copy of the course map and scorecard.Approve · Reject
Main coursePrivacy rules:This is a Frisbee golf course and is layed out within an established neighborhood. Holes are marked with white numbers and tees are marked in the street with gray triangles adjacent to the preceding hole. Only requirement to play is a courtesy call for first tee which is off clubhouse owner's front porch. Email the club for a complementary copy of the course map and scorecard.This is a Frisbee golf course and is layed out within an established neighborhood. Holes are marked with white numbers and tees are marked in the street with gray triangles adjacent to the preceding hole. Only requirement to play is a courtesy email for a tee time and permission to use the first tee which is off the clubhouse front porch. Email the club for a complementary copy of the course map and scorecard. skrotesphinkter@gmail.comApprove · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#232 by Wayne Russell   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main courseCourse description:NFGA The Neighborhood Frisbee Golf Association is a competitive Frisbee-Disc Golf fusion sport played in any neighborhood throughout the world. RULES: Frisbee Golf is scored just like ball golf. The number of throws it takes to hit the predetermined target is your score for that hole. A course does not have a standard number of holes like golf (18). It can have as many as your group wants. The only exception to this rule is during tournament play. Tournament play requires that you play the same number of holes for each round of the tournament. Unlike Disc-Golf, the NFGA uses one standard size 175 gram (Ultimate) Frisbee for all shots. Players choose a target (Hole) down the street (Fairway), establish throwing area boundaries (Tee) and decide on an appropriate number of shots (PAR) to reach the target and throw! Play the Frisbee as it lies! Players are allowed to make as many steps to gain momentum and power as long as they do not pass the Tee box, or their current lie. Players may tThis course lies within the middle to back sections of the Old Peachtree Walk subdivision, a well established neighborhood with plenty of foliage to challenge any shots that wander off the street (fairway) proper. The tee and hole descriptions are included with the course pictures. Tee positions are designated by three grey triangular symbols painted in the street on line with the previous hole. Par is 72 at approximately 6,266 ft. The course record is 53 held by the principal course designer, Sammy Jackson who, as of this writing, is the current NFGA Peachtree Walk course champion signified by his display of the Surgeons Cup on the mantle in the Peachtree Walk Club House which he owns and manages. Please visit the NFGA site under Leagues for more information as to play on this course. Email skrotesphinkter@gmail.com for a tee time and a complementary copy of the course map and scorecard.Approve · Reject
The Original BackHole pars:3,3,3,4,4,5,3,4,5,4,4,4,5,4,4,4,6,3Approve · Reject
The Original Back:175,243,223,435,351,532,196,333,478,286,423,456,423,405,327,373,456,151Approve · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#231 by Wayne Russell   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main courseCourse description:NFGA The Neighborhood Frisbee Golf Association is a competitive Frisbee-Disc Golf fusion sport played in any neighborhood throughout the world. RULES: Frisbee Golf is scored just like ball golf. The number of throws it takes to hit the predetermined target is your score for that hole. A course does not have a standard number of holes like golf (18). It can have as many as your group wants. The only exception to this rule is during tournament play. Tournament play requires that you play the same number of holes for each round of the tournament. Unlike Disc-Golf, the NFGA uses one standard size 175 gram (Ultimate) Frisbee for all shots. Players choose a target (Hole) down the street (Fairway), establish throwing area boundaries (Tee) and decide on an appropriate number of shots (PAR) to reach the target and throw! Play the Frisbee as it lies! Players are allowed to make as many steps to gain momentum and power as long as they do not pass the Tee box, or their current lie. Players may tApprove · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#229 by Wayne Russell   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Old Peachtree WalkAddress:Peachtree Walk, Duluth, GA 30096Approve · Reject
Old Peachtree WalkFees:unspecifiedFree to playApprove · Reject
Main courseDesigner(s):Sammy Jackson and othersApprove · Reject
Main coursePrivacy rules:This is a Frisbee golf course and is layed out within an established neighborhood. Holes are marked with white numbers and tees are marked in the street with gray triangles adjacent to the preceding hole. Only requirement to play is a courtesy call for first tee which is off clubhouse owner's front porch. Email the club for a complementary copy of the course map and scorecard.Approve · Reject
The Original BackSSA:0.0056Approve · Reject