Fishburn Park

Roanoke, Virginia     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  -2 votes  + Darion Cox › October 21, 2011
Most of the tees were not clearly marked, some of the catchers were severely damaged, and overall a bad experience. I did not finish the course because I could not find the tee for hole 8 or 9. The water hazard for hole 4 was the only good part.
-  -1 votes  + Emory Barlow › September 25, 2013
-  -1 votes  + Kenneth Tyburski › October 14, 2014
-  +1 votes  + Chris Cornell › January 7, 2015
I agree that the holes are not all marked well. but to let the other people know after you finish hole 7 and are standing at the basket walk to the next basket you see and look to the right and there is a small path leading down there is a marker there. and you shoot up and down over the valley to the 8th basket. then from there you walk to tee 9 over by the tree the other side of the first basket. you shoot back up to where you were that is basket 9.

I agree that it was not intuitive the first time i played but i consistently have a good time.
-  +0 votes  + Mark Howell › December 18, 2023
Could be a great course in a great location. The city needs to step up and take care of this course.
-  +2 votes  + Michael Overacker › December 18, 2023
Of course my review is biased, because I installed this Disc Golf Course in 1992, after 15 years of efforts to get a Disc Golf Course in the area. The course is old and a bit worn, however, there is no way it deserves an F.. It has the older DGA Mach 3 baskets that are different than the current Mach 3 offerings, so the size difference makes repairing the baskets a major issue. The course is still quite playable, and more suited to the learning and casual player. I am proud of the course and our ...
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-  +0 votes  + Isaac Booth › April 13, 2017
This course is not that bad. The basket are not labeled that well they are gray and chains not yellow no stand out in any way. The tea pads are bricks in the ground that tell you par and distance. Okay course but that about it.
-  -1 votes  + Daniel Smith › December 18, 2023
Course has been refurbished, recreated and is ready for the next generation of Disc Golfers!
-  +0 votes  + Jerry duncan › November 5, 2022
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