Two Rivers Park

Nashville, Tennessee     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Craig Buchanan › April 11, 2011
Still using carpet teepads for most of the holes, and the area between 10 and 12 is a little sketchy since you feel like you might hit another group while you are teeing off. Overall, this plays like a brand new course and is much more enjoyable to play. You only have to walk up the hills twice that I recall. A huge improvement and the new layout seems much more challenging overall. Two Rivers will be a solid B+ once the permanent tees go in, and a welcome addition to the Nashville discgolf scene.
-  -1 votes  + Johnny Foodstamp › November 24, 2010
Lots of room to drive out here. Sort of hard to navigate the first time through but I live local and would be happy to show you. Most of the holes play over nice elevation changes (2 and 4 are the exception.) Distance and minimal accuracy are required for a good score out here. Hole 3 is the longest hole in the area, from the Pro tee, weighing in at 800ft!! Think of this as a place to practice drives and putts and you will enjoy yourself a lot.
-  -2 votes  + Joe Shamp › June 12, 2011
The course was redesigned by some local players I think and it is much better. Challenging up and downs and long par 3's.
-  -1 votes  + Greg McAtee › November 20, 2010
-  -1 votes  + johnathon high › January 8, 2011
-  +0 votes  + tyler hunt › May 12, 2011
-  +0 votes  + LUKE OWENS › May 13, 2011
Sweet course lots of variety lots of fun..
-  +0 votes  + duncan bare › May 15, 2011
-  +1 votes  + Corey D › May 27, 2011
-  +0 votes  + Marcus Rodgers › February 27, 2012
This course has recently been overhauled for less grueling holes adding more fun and simplicity and fluidity to the course. Lots of open holes lots of birdies to be had. Good for rec up to pro.
-  +0 votes  + Truck Roley › June 19, 2011
first time there. lots of fun. good layout. really fun holes for middle tennessee.
-  +0 votes  + John Hill › August 7, 2011
-  +1 votes  + Shane Cline › January 7, 2012
This layout is alot better than the last. It is just open and for the most part long tho. They do change the pin positions often tho. Carpet tees are not a fav of mine. Also on a couple holes the signs are poorly placed at the end of the tee and you have to watch your follow threw if you take and angel off the tee. Some of the numbering on signs and baskets dont match that well.
-  +0 votes  + Justin chapin › January 22, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Shawn Hardin › March 14, 2012
nice and wide open. great for us beginners trying to get down the basics without having to worry about losing a disc or hunting one down in the woods. multiple pin positions means this course can change from time to time which is great. lots of non-disc golfers around (mostly on the back 9), so watch out. had fun playing this course for the first time. will be back soon!
-  +0 votes  + Oscar J › March 15, 2012
-  +0 votes  + John Stowe › July 15, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Dave Foster › August 15, 2013
There is not enough signage for the course that's my only complaint. This course has som really fun routs for every hole. Its in a really hilly city park just look at the reminds me of malone university in ohio. I had a ton of fun
-  +0 votes  + Sean Geisler › May 29, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Jeremy LeCrone › July 9, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Rodgers › May 5, 2015
I played it a few years ago. It had some trouble finding the holes. A fun course overall. I mostly played with my fairway driver and mid range discs.