Jack Mattox Recreation Complex

Ringgold, Georgia     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Scott Snow › January 18, 2015
Excellent beginner course. In fact, this is where I spent a lot of my time as a newbie. They have added big improvements over the past few years with new teepads. They keep the property in great shape. The park director and staff are great to work with. I'm not sure why this course has such a bad rating.
-  +1 votes  + Dodd Worley › January 30, 2015
Great beginner course that will get folks hooked on the sport. Mostly wide open and short, it is a great place to bring someone new to DG. Love playing there. Only takes about 20 minutes per 9 holes. Recommended for all skill levels!
-  +1 votes  + Loren Barnhurst › May 17, 2015
As a beginner wanting to include my wife and child in the sport, this course is almost perfect. Wide open on the first 6 holes prevents errant shots from becoming poison ivy hazards. Averaging ~220-240 ft per hole, all are easily reachable and makes for a fun round. Players looking for long holes should look elsewhere, but I love this course.
-  +0 votes  + Chris Janecki › August 3, 2015
Perfect beginner course. The first 6 holes have wide fairways and the rough isn't that rough. "Back 3" are wooded and are trickier but still have wide fairways and not much in the rough so you can find what you lose. Grass is cut twice weekly it seems and course is maintained well. Trash cans on1, 3, 5, and 8. Longest hole is 360ish and the rest range from 180 to 270 which makes birdies and even aces very attainable for those with a less powerful arm. All in all I cannot praise this beginners course enough.
-  +0 votes  + Norman "Tex" Gaither › February 15, 2019
An Excellent beginner's course. Great for practice and learning to throw and strategize. Holes 1 thru 6 are Wide open, while 7-9 are in the Woods and more Technical.
-  -1 votes  + Daniel W › July 30, 2013
-  -2 votes  + Jeff Reed › August 20, 2012
The course is on a decent bit of property but very little of it is used for disc golf. The holes are all really short and mostly open, but it does leave little chance for lost discs. The last three holes are wooded and involve slightly more discretion in your shots.