Magnolia Links at Gardendale

Gardendale, Alabama     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +3 votes  + Michael Macon › May 20, 2017
Great small and technical course. Good for beginners and people who want to play a fast round. The course flows really well and had a good mixture of shots. Most holes are around the 200-250ft range with a few that open up to 300-350 and a few sub 200ft. The big holes are open allowing you to throw your shot of choice and the small holes force you into throwing a precise shot. I give this course an A- because it is exactly what it is supposed to be. A fun beginner friendly course with a good ...
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-  +2 votes  + Billy Turnbull › May 30, 2017
Its a really nice course, Beginner friendly,
-  +2 votes  + Gerald Ennis › June 21, 2017
Great beginner course. The tee pads were not layed out very good on some holes so the flow was not the best. The tee signs need to be moved or turned to point in the baskets direction to give the first time players better flow also. I've played it several times and knew where the correct basket for the tee was but I had a couple new guys with me that were confused. I've also had to show a few people the correct tee pads and baskets. Also, someone is going to get hurt on the 8-11 holes because they are so close together. I like it as a practice course though.
-  +1 votes  + Mark Blazer › March 17, 2018
A relaxing novice and recreational players course. PROS: + ACEABILITY + Seven sub two-hundred foot holes will have veteran players eyeing the basket or listening for chains. Holes (1) (8) and (11) are going to ring up numerous times a year being both short and open. + TEES + Adequately sized concrete tees that are 4 feet by 10 feet in length. They were recently poured and are all in good condition. + CHARACTER + In addition to the nice tees, one of the best things about Magnolia is the f ...
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-  +1 votes  + Tyler Batchelor › December 21, 2019
-  +1 votes  + Hudson McCurry › February 7, 2020
-  +0 votes  + Jonathan Vann › June 19, 2017
-  +0 votes  + Blake Elliott › June 20, 2018
-  +0 votes  + Tanner Maddox › November 6, 2017
short holes but great for honing in on skills
-  +0 votes  + Sam H › December 1, 2018
One of the easiest courses you will play. Plays primarily in an open field with a few lightly wooded holes around the edge. Most of the holes are a simple straight shot without any obstacle whatsoever in your path. The more technical ones are such a short distance that they aren't much trouble. Several are under 200 feet. Course is very well maintained and was still fun to play. I would expect a good player to birdie almost every hole in a round. Great place to take your friend who has never played disc golf before, but a more experienced player will not be challenged.
-  +0 votes  + Dylan McAnnally › October 16, 2020
-  +0 votes  + Jacob Carnley › August 25, 2020
-  +0 votes  + Micah J McGaughy › July 15, 2021
-  +0 votes  + Zach Mullins › September 18, 2020
The course is great & it would be a solid A if not for the little league practices that pretty much makes hole 3 unplayable on some week nights. The practice isn't the issue it's the parents parking in the middle of the fairway.
-  +0 votes  + Greg Alred › July 20, 2021
Really enjoyed the course...The front nine is a bit different than the back but not bad for a beginner. The layout was easy to follow.
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