Piedmont Community College

Roxboro, North Carolina     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Kenneth TyburskiRockness Monster › March 8, 2011
B+
-  +0 votes  + Walter BartlettRockness Monster › May 11, 2012
A
What a great course layout and one heck of a walk in the woods.
-  +0 votes  + Kevin TyburskiRockness Monster › July 17, 2013
A
***** UPDATE (6/2013) ***** Had to update my original post because it was a long time ago and a lot has happened at Rockness. Plus i forgot what i wrote so here goes. The big change is pads on all holes at white and blue tee locations. Now for those picky players out there, stop complaining, and second they are not concrete, which I actually think wouldn't do this course justice. They are level and natural and beautiful. Probably never heard that said about tee pads eh? I think concrete wo ...
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-  +0 votes  + Evan RobertsRockness Monster › May 30, 2012
A
LOVED this course.
-  +0 votes  + Jake McBroomRockness Monster › June 20, 2012
A+
Before moving this was my home course and it never got old. The only negative was the dirt tee pads and having to stay careful not to slip. The designer is very accepting of criticizm and loves new ideas for the course. Which added alot of interest from nearby players. This course is challenging for all players while still having a begginer level set of tees. This is definitly lne of the first places im going when i return home.
-  +0 votes  + andy lawsRockness Monster › February 24, 2013
A
Starting off I like to let everyone know what Im personally looking for in a course. I love the scenic aspect of disc golf (this includes boulders, lakes, wildlife, and plantlife- I do study horticulture). With that being stated, I rate a course based on a combination of the scenic factor and the overall course aspects (this includes layout, fairway lines, divesity of holes, and amenities) Ultra scenic front 9 works its way thru a middle aged forest with some decent sized oak, maple and hickory ...
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-  +0 votes  + Sam KRockness Monster › July 20, 2014
A