Owens Field Park

Columbia, South Carolina     1 course · 21 holes     Driving directions

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-  +4 votes  + alan beaver › October 26, 2016
Park construction started the end of August. This includes clearing for drainage work. Holes 1,2,3,4 on the front side & 18 on the back will be impacted. The rest of the course should not be affected.
-  +3 votes  + Kelly Melton › September 9, 2019
This course has had a lot of work done on it since the last reviews. The course deserves to be played. What it lacks in beauty, it makes up for in difficulty. Not a lot of elevation so it won't wear you out.
-  +3 votes  + Scott W › February 21, 2018
Its not pretty, but this is my favorite course to play in the Columbia area. This course is the best teacher that I have ever had!
-  +1 votes  + Kasey K. › February 13, 2011
I like this course alot. Some grip and rip tees and some are really tight and technical. I think ive made some of my best throws ever on this course.
-  +1 votes  + Don Wall › June 20, 2020
When I first started playing disc golf five years ago, I used to hate throwing at Owens. Over time, however, this course made me learn the sport, not just play it, and it continues to humble me at my age of 64. With all of the great improvements and expansion to 21 holes, Owens is now one of my favorite courses to throw and I do so three times a week! Special shoutout to Bradley Follett, Scott Overstreet, “Snappy,” and others who have worked so very hard on improving Owens and making it such a tournament-worthy course!
-  +1 votes  + Adam McJunkin › September 18, 2018
There have been cement tee pads installed on 8 holes with the remaining longs due to be completed in the near future. The 8 tee pads to start are a blessing to the course that was notorious for poor footing for teeing off. The recent changes are welcomed and are great additions to the course.
-  +0 votes  + Matthew Titus › March 6, 2011
This is not a course for the feint of heart. If you play here a lot, you'll get better at playing... lots of tight throws that 'look' closer than they are or even easier than they are.

What I don't like about the course is that the tee-pads aren't well maintained or marked very well. If you don't know where to go, more than likely you won' be able to find your way.
-  +0 votes  + Josh Ledbetter › March 22, 2021
Its come a long way from no tee pads, trash through out the course, and just poor up keep. The guys who have taken care of the course the past few years have really made this a fun course. Hole 15 needs a real tee pad instead of the mudhole it usually is and an slip and fall hazard. The addition of 19 20 21 is awesome. Its def the course that redefined how I play and taught me to play better.
-  +0 votes  + John Leighty › June 10, 2021
The hard work that has been put into the park is showing through.
-  +0 votes  + Christian Davidson › September 9, 2019
-  +0 votes  + J. Swan › March 14, 2019
-  +0 votes  + Bradley Follett › October 21, 2019
-  +0 votes  + Tory Morton › January 2, 2019
addition of tee pads def. makes this an A- course, better directions would benefit out of towners. Short tees offer fair/fun play for beginner - intermed. Longs offer moderate challenge for intermed- adv. player.
-  +0 votes  + Jared Keels › August 27, 2021
CDGC has done some fantastic work out here. The variety of pin placements and teepads are a huge plus. Only reason for A- is the razz factor of being a city park with a lot of non disc golf traffic.
-  +0 votes  + Ben Francis › June 12, 2020
What a fun course! Disccatcher holes. Concrete tees on many holes. Construction will get you lost on 15. Trees will jump in your way. Will play often. What a city park ought to be.
-  +0 votes  + Patrick Lee › October 27, 2020
Course was awesome except a couple tee pads we still being worked on so we had to throw from the side.
-  +0 votes  + Tyler Savinski › April 6, 2022
Wonderful Course, always a pleasure to play! Hanging Baskets, fun lines, tunnel shots, this course has it all! Long tees get to feature some great long bombs around 400-500ft, like on hole 14.
It's a perfect all around course that you can play 100s of times without being bored!
-  -3 votes  + Conrad Norwood › October 13, 2017
-  -6 votes  + Tyler Swain › November 29, 2011
The longs on the first 6 or 7 holes are damn near impossible. No probable way to play them.
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