+3 votes Craig Dickerson › July 15, 2013
+0 votes Jaron Shaffer › August 9, 2013
+0 votes Jacob Brown › May 7, 2014
+0 votes Hamilton James › December 9, 2014
+0 votes John Chadwick › December 14, 2014
+1 votes Randy Taylor › January 22, 2015
Trees, trees everywhere!! I've been here 4 times and have yet to see anyone playing, parked in the parking lot, driving by....nothing. Neighborhood seems a bit sketch, especially on the back side near the fence. Each basket has 3 placements, and who knows which one it's on due to the trees unless you walk it.
+0 votes Eric Budd › January 27, 2015
Just moved here from Ohio and haven't played in over a year. This was a nice little 9-hole course to start back up with. Trees come into play on every hole. Looks like most of the alternate pin placements have been removed, leading to less confusion. Played all holes as par 3s from the blue tees and shot 9 over. (That triple bogey on the long 4th hole killed me.)
+0 votes Ross Shelton › February 13, 2015
+0 votes Floyd Sherrod › February 16, 2015
+0 votes James Neal › September 5, 2015
Lots of trees but not dense Forrest and plenty of different shots.
+0 votes MERICA Collum › October 21, 2015
+0 votes matt w › November 7, 2015
+0 votes Ryan Falvai › May 4, 2016
Lots of trees. The course is predominantly flat, but the trees make things challenging. Two tee pads per hole and a single basket. Walking path around the perimeter of the course can sometimes place pedestrians in the path of errant shots, but majority of holes are away from the walking path.
+0 votes Michael C › May 6, 2016
Course layout is fairly compact with holes stacked. First time players remember after hole 2 go right on boardwalk and jump over tee pad 9 to get to tee pad 3- after this easy to navigate. Yes there are lots of trees but plays open. I played this course with no one out there(weekday morning). In saying that I could see if it were busy since the course is stacked it would be cumbersome to get a round in peacefully. Decent course to bring your dog if not busy.
+0 votes Doyle Wilmoth › August 10, 2016
very nice course layout. technical with lots of trees! Each hole has three directions for attacking the basket! concrete pads were just Fantastic. No People around, and plenty of small deer milling about eating close by as you play!
+0 votes Nic Farley › September 13, 2016
I really like this course! It's a nice change from every other course in Georgia being that it is very flat. I don't really feel like hiking miles up hill every time I play so this is a nice feature. The baskets are high quality and the pads are large and concrete. Yes there are trees, but the course is laid out so that it uses fairways in-between. Very technical, challenging and very well designed. You will have to know your discs well to shape shots towards the baskets. No one is ever out play ...
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I really like this course! It's a nice change from every other course in Georgia being that it is very flat. I don't really feel like hiking miles up hill every time I play so this is a nice feature. The baskets are high quality and the pads are large and concrete. Yes there are trees, but the course is laid out so that it uses fairways in-between. Very technical, challenging and very well designed. You will have to know your discs well to shape shots towards the baskets. No one is ever out playing so no need to worry about back ups like other courses in GA (Cough Oregon park Cough Cough). Seems like a safe area as well. Never had any worry about my car being broken into. I see myself playing here often.
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+0 votes Courtney Hulsey › October 11, 2016
Pretty great course. Wooded, but open fairways. All holes were labeled, although I'm not sure the pin placements/distances were right. Course is maintained very well. And I personally think it's absolutely ridiculous that hole 4, which has a long tee distance of over 600 feet, is a par 3!?!