Heritage Pines in Ayers Park

Monroe, Georgia     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +3 votes  + ashley schnierHeritage Pines › March 20, 2024
Best course ever!
-  +3 votes  + Chris LynchHeritage Pines › March 20, 2024
Pads are in and a real challenge awaits.
-  +3 votes  + Dean GravesHeritage Pines › March 20, 2024
Concrete tee pads are in, two for each hole, which would certainly raise any previous ratings by at least a notch. A lot of work is going into this course and it is better every time I go. Most of it is in an old planted pine tree farm, So, if you can throw straight between two rows of pines, you'll love this course. But there's also features that will challenge your ability to shape a shot. One great thing about this course is that it is a dedicated disc golf course. I have been many times and ...
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-  +2 votes  + Brian YoderHeritage Pines › May 23, 2024
Beautiful challenging course with many improvements still coming. A perfect example of woods golf in Georgia. Look out for all of the future finishing touches that will make this course even better than it is today.
-  +2 votes  + Dean HassHeritage Pines › May 23, 2024
This course is in my top 3 ever. We played from out of state and it is such a perfect balance of challenging but fair.
-  +2 votes  + Barrett SalesHeritage Pines › March 20, 2024
Let me first say that this course has changed drastically over the last 6 months, so if you played it in the past and didn't like how rough it was and how many holes had no true defined lines, it's time to get back to the Pines. Lines have been cleared, pads have been poured, weeds and vines killed, and grass mowed down thanks to the huge effort from a very selfless group of stewards. You step up to hole 1 and by all rights can assume you've started on the iconic hole for the course, but it j ...
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-  +2 votes  + Ryan EaglesonHeritage Pines › March 20, 2024
This is a very welcome challenge to this area of GA. Some of the most well thought out and rewarding lines I have played. Its not easy, but it is fair. If you hit your lines, you will be rewarded. It's new, but its being improved upon almost every time you play. It's going to be one of the good ones.
-  -3 votes  + Bryan CarswellHeritage Pines › March 20, 2024
Tight wooded course meandering through a pine plantation. Main drawbacks are a lot of the drives (at least on the par 3s) feel pretty repetitive. Hard work went into the course, and it will get better though the design leaves a little to be desired. Several holes don't seem to have defined fairways too many random gaps making drives feel either very lucky or very unlucky. Hole 6 is. . . I'm not sure. The par 4s and 5s feel great with several challenging placement shots to achieve correct positio ...
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