Franklin, TN 
Liberty Park Share
Uploaded By: SimonCarr Hole #3 (Taken 8/2009)
3 / 317ft.   3 / 490ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #3 White Tee



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Play Is Seasonal For Sure

5+    1/19/2015   1/19/2015
Review By: MiddleTNOldGuy
Played: 8  Reviewed: 1
Pros: This course was not crowded on this unusually warm winter day (January 19, 2015 - 62 degrees and Sunny). I was one of only 3-4 groups on the course.

#9 and #10 are the most enjoyable holes on the course. #9 is quite long if the basket is placed in the "A" position, and #10's roller-coaster terrain is pleasingly different.

No water holes, except for the creek alongside #3.
Cons: Very Very Hilly. #4, #5, #7, and #8 are very steep uphills holes and will have you huffing and puffing unless you are fit.

Only one open hole (#3) that allow you to wind it out a bit, but even it's fairway is not very wide. Be wary of the creek running along the left side of #3.

The dual tee boxes are worthless. Only 3 holes offer a significant difference in distance to the basket between the white and red tee.
Other Thoughts: I will not play this course between late April and late October due to the extremely heavy foliage, poison oak, ticks and mosquitoes. You can easily spend half your time on the course searching for disks under the heavy ground cover in the summer, and you will come out with poison oak on your hands and legs along with a handful of wood ticks .

 Excellent 20 hole course

1    8/16/2010   8/16/2010
Review By: johnnyfoodstamp
Played: 25  Reviewed: 22  Exp: 5.2 Years
This review was updated on 11/30/2010
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Nice signage and baskets. Course is in excellent shape and very easy to navigate. Nice scorecards and little disc golf pencils at the entrance to hole 1 in the mailbox on the big sign. Port-a-Potty and water fountains by the parking lot.
Cons: Expect to get lost in a few suburban roundabouts and subdivisions if you don't have a GPS. Quite hilly and repetitive.
Other Thoughts: Quote from the back of the scorecard, "Play the first round on the RED TEE then play again off the WHITE TEE." We did this backwards thinking that the white tees were Pro and the red were Am (we wanted to play Pro first). I now believe in retrospect that this is a 20 hole course. This conclusion is also backed up by the fact that the red tees are not easier, just closer, and at a different angle than the white. The white tees have a much clearer shot, it's just a bit longer. Also, the A and B position changes for all the baskets by the month! I will play this as a 20 hole course from now on. Had a great time!

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