2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Great layout. Tough turns. Long and short throws. Steep inclines, and even a water hazard. Requires alot of tough shots to get through narrow fairways, and around crazy corners.
Cons: Signs are up, but most are faded and have no information on them. Some of the old tees are a bit misleading.
Other Thoughts: This is my favorite course in the area. Very challenging for a semi-pro. Bring all your shots, because you will definitely need every one of them. This is not for the new player or for the weak of heart.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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East Tennessee's Best
Pros: Greatest Course in the area. perfectly laid out, great mix of holes. many ace runs, plenty of birdie oppurtunities, and plenty of birdies that can turn into bogies.
Cons: Some of the best holes were eliminated when the boundless playground went in.
Other Thoughts: If you live anywhere near Warriors its worth the trip. The Lake front Open is also a Great Tourney!
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Warriors Path to Disc Golf Enjoyment!
Pros: Beautiful grounds with views of the lake. Concrete teepads. Large benches on many holes. Excellent mix of technical wooded & long open shots. Holes include right & lefthand shots. Good use of elevation means up & downhill shots. There are 'Mandos', OB's & water hazards (creek), it has it all in a full round of 27 holes! Camping & kids playground on site. Great accomodations in the area. If you only had a little time to play, holes 20-27 would be an excellent lunch-time round. Food & drinks available at the lake.
Cons: There are new tee signs but some of the baskets still have the old hole number on them.
Other Thoughts: The course has been updated with all new tee signs & 3 new holes (27 holes total). Get the new map to be sure you take the right 'path'.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This Ed Headrick design has a 2/3 wooded and 1/3 open mix where you weave in and out of woods throughout the round. Makes excellent use of the natural topography while magically throwing uphill on only 4 holes. Great scenery and interesting layout. Fun for all skill levels. 24 holes gives you a tremendous bang for your buck and there's lots of other stuff to do at this great state park. Easy to find.
The state park is gradually replacing the original DGA baskets with Innova DiscCatchers.
Cons: Can be very tough to find errant discs in the rough... very nasty schule... but it's been beaten down over the years.
The original baskets are lower than the new ones.
Other Thoughts: Locals start on 2 (adjacent to playground) and end on 1. It's easy to miss 22 and 23 by going to the 24 t-pad from the 21 basket. Don't make this mistake, #23 is a unique hole when the basket is in the long position.
To reach #24 T-pad, walk downhill.
8 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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