Rock Hill, SC
Castle Heights Middle School Share



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 A quick nine

2-4    4/18/2011   5/2/2011
Review By: freakinback
Played: 18  Reviewed: 10  Exp: 3.2 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: A quick nine holes. There is another nine holes within walking distance at Rock Hill High.

I liked playing around the boulders. Nice course to work on putt and approach. Can use course as a field to practice longer throws.
Cons: Very short and of little challenge.

The grass/weeds needed to be cut. I wished I wore long pants.
Other Thoughts: The course was built for middle school kids who have never played disc golf before. It was designed for beginners.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Short and Wide Open

1    7/13/2010   7/14/2010
Review By: bikinjack
Played: 108  Reviewed: 21  Exp: 5.1 Years
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: First and foremost this is an EDGE program course, which means great exposure to disc golf to students, and that's a great thing.

The baskets were in good shape, and the course was easy to navigate.

There are no long holes, so every hole is an ace run, with a few couple of very short holes.

Another course is located very close by at Rock Hill HS, so you can play a full 18 holes without traveling too far.

It's a good place to practice your putt and approach game.
Cons: The course is basically 9 baskets in a field. There were quite a few interesting basket placements with the baskets surrounded by boulders, which made those holes more interesting than they otherwise would have been.

The biggest con here is the relative simplicity of the course. It's short and wide open.
Other Thoughts: I wouldn't make a special trip to play this course, but if you're out to kill some time and throw some plastic, it's ok, especially so if you combine it with the 9 holes at nearby Rock Hill HS.

There are no trashcans on the course. There were also no benches around, which aren't really needed, and the tee signs simply had hole numbers and distances, which is plenty of information. The nearest store for water/snacks is about a mile or so up the road, and there is no water fountain or restrooms available on the course. Although depending on when you're there, you may be able to access facilities inside the school.

Make sure to bring the sunscreen, as this course is wide open.

And lastly, when school is in the course is closed to the public.

6 of 6 people found this review helpful.


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