Winchester City Park

Winchester, Tennessee     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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Approve · Reject    revision id#9283 by Mark Landrum   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main courseCourse description:Winchester City Park Disc Golf Course was one of the very first disc golf courses installed in Tennessee. The 9-hole course was installed in 1979 and Wham-O Frisbees were used exclusively for years until modern golf discs were developed. The course has nice rolling hills, is mown often and the baskets are still in good shape, but the original tee pads are very short and have deteriorated badly. Several holes require a run-up beside the tee pads due their insufficiency. Winchester DGC still plays like a Wham-O course with extremely short, open fairways and several older-growth groves of trees. Though it cannot compare with newer, longer courses, it is ***truly outstanding*** as a practice course for short drives and mid-to-long approach shots of every kind. Locals still play Winchester quite often and the layout is tricky enough to offer a reasonable challenge despite the shorter nature of the fairways. Winchester City Park Disc Golf Course was one of the very first disc golf courses installed in Tennessee. The 9-hole course was installed in 1979 and Wham-O Frisbees were used exclusively for years until modern golf discs were developed. The course has nice rolling hills, is mown often and the Mach-1 baskets are still in good shape, but the original tee pads are very short and have deteriorated badly. Several holes require a run-up beside the tee pads due their insufficiency. Winchester DGC still plays like a Wham-O course with extremely short, open fairways and several older-growth groves of trees. Though it cannot compare with newer, longer courses, it is ***truly outstanding*** as a practice course for short drives and mid-to-long approach shots of every kind. Locals still play Winchester quite often and the layout is tricky enough to offer a reasonable challenge despite the shorter nature of the fairways. Approve · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#8277 by Mark Landrum   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main courseCourse description:One of the very first disc golf courses in Tennessee. I played this course (my first also) with high school buds several days after it opened and have never looked back. The listed establish date (1989) is incorrect as I started playing it a couple of years before graduating HS In '81. 1979 would be more accurate. Wham-O Frisbees were used exclusively for years on this course until modern golf discs were developed. It still plays like a Wham-O course with extremely short, open fairways. Though Winchester Park does not compare with longer, newer courses, it is truly outstanding as a well-kept practice course for mid-to-long approach shots of every kind. It is also still a great course for bustin' out the Wham-Os for a nostalgia round! If you're traveling through Franklin County, stop by and give it a heave. Its still quite enjoyable to play!Winchester City Park Disc Golf Course was one of the very first disc golf courses installed in Tennessee. The 9-hole course was installed in 1979 and Wham-O Frisbees were used exclusively for years until modern golf discs were developed. The course has nice rolling hills, is mown often and the baskets are still in good shape, but the original tee pads are very short and have deteriorated badly. Several holes require a run-up beside the tee pads due their insufficiency. Winchester DGC still plays like a Wham-O course with extremely short, open fairways and several older-growth groves of trees. Though it cannot compare with newer, longer courses, it is ***truly outstanding*** as a practice course for short drives and mid-to-long approach shots of every kind. Locals still play Winchester quite often and the layout is tricky enough to offer a reasonable challenge despite the shorter nature of the fairways. Approve · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#8257 by Mark Landrum   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main courseYear established:19891979Approve · Reject
Main courseCourse description:One of the very first disc golf courses in Tennessee. I played this course (my first also) with high school buds several days after it opened and have never looked back. The listed establish date (1989) is incorrect as I started playing it a couple of years before graduating HS In '81. 1979 would be more accurate. Wham-O Frisbees were used exclusively for years on this course until modern golf discs were developed. It still plays like a Wham-O course with extremely short, open fairways. Though Winchester Park does not compare with longer, newer courses, it is truly outstanding as a well-kept practice course for mid-to-long approach shots of every kind. It is also still a great course for bustin' out the Wham-Os for a nostalgia round! If you're traveling through Franklin County, stop by and give it a heave. Its still quite enjoyable to play!Approve · Reject
Regular teesCurrently playable:NoYesApprove · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#6960 by Dylan Owens   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main courseParking lot latitude:0.00000035.2052000Approve · Reject
Main courseParking lot longitude:0.000000-86.1312000Approve · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#6959 by Dylan Owens   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Regular teesCurrently playable:YesNoApprove · Reject
Regular teesLayout par:2726Approve · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#6958 by Dylan Owens   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Regular teesHole pars:3,3,3,2,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,2,3,3Approve · Reject
Regular tees:240,214,190,140,235,390,190,305,240,214,190,305,240,190,140,235,390Approve · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#6795 by Dylan Owens   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Main courseNumber of holes:89Approve · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#329 by Dylan Owens   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Regular teesHole pars:3,3,3,3,3,2,3,3,3,3,3,2,3,3,3,3,Approve · Reject
Regular tees:240,214,190,140,235,390,190,305,Approve · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#269 by Dylan Owens   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Winchester City ParkAddress:1723 Phillip Fulmer ParkwayApprove · Reject

Approve · Reject    revision id#268 by Dylan Owens   December 31, 1969 at 7:00pm

Winchester City ParkFees:unspecifiedFree to playApprove · Reject
Main courseNumber of holes:98Approve · Reject
Regular teesHole pars:3,3,3,3,3,2,3,3,Approve · Reject