Winchester, TN 
Winchester City Park Share
Uploaded By: seanlanefuller Hole #4 (Taken 9/2012)
3 / 235ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #4 Tee Sign

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    Course Conditions as of 3/3/2016
    Course recently re-designed/expanded from 9 to 19 holes
    (Last updated by Mark Landrum)

    Course Details
    PermanentCourse Type:
    1979Year Established:
    2016Year Redesigned:
    Mark Landrum / Vern Landrum Designer(s):
    Moderately Hilly & Lightly WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
    19 / 19Holes / Baskets:
    5606 ft.Course Length: Metric
            59 Par Info:
            47.5 DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
    No / NoMultiple Tees / Pins:
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    4 / -- Rounds Recorded / Average Score:     
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    Camping Nearby Misc. Info.:
    Description: Winchester City Park Disc Golf Course was one of the very first disc golf courses installed in Tennessee. The original 9-hole course was installed in 1979 and Wham-O Frisbees were used exclusively for years until modern golf discs were developed.

    The course was redesigned in 2015 and expanded to 19 holes. The fairways are a good mix of open, partly wooded and wooded fairways. The park is well manicured and offers pavilions, several restrooms and is set beside Tims Ford Lake.

    Location Details
    Phillip Fulmer PkwyStreet Address:
    37398 Zip/Postal Code: Map Zip
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    Local Directions: From the Square in Winchester, 1.5 miles north on North High St. to the park on the right (after the bridge). Boat ramp/softball fields on the left. 1st tee and disc golf parking across from fields on the right side of the highway.