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Rock Hill, SC

Winthrop University Lakefront

3.455(based on 47 reviews)
5581 ft. Metric
Mostly Flat
Lightly Wooded
18 Holes
18 Baskets
6 Water in play

Winthrop University Lakefront

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Updated by Moose33
Not bad, but around the lake the surface is mainly goose crap.

This beautiful disc golf course is set around a lake on a college campus environment. It's long and mostly open and as you would assume, water comes into play on many holes. There are several picturesque holes. This course was used for the 1997 World Championships. Many holes have water come into play. #4 has a mando to protect the parking lot (you must go right around the first tree).

NOTE: The "Gold" course is a separate listing here: http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=27

Designer(s): Harold Duvall
Year established: 1993
Multiple Tees / Pins: No / No
Par Info: 54
DGCR SSE: [ ? ] 44.5
Rounds Recorded / Average Score: 266 / 61 243 / 60
Tee Type: Concrete
Hole Type: DISCatcher
Discs lost: 78
Misc. info.:
very cart friendly

Location

Local Directions:

From Charlotte take I-77 Exit 82B-A. Turn right off ramp to Cherry Rd.. At 2.4 miles turn left on Richmond Dr. Go straight ahead into Winthrop Coliseum Parking Area, curve around, then take a right at Recreation Area sign. Continue on that road to the right, then take a right at the stop sign at the baseball field, then another quick right. As you wind behind the lake, at the top of the hill you will come upon/see a gravel parking lot on your right. Park here. The first tee is on the left side of "The Shack" that is directly across from the parking lot.

Latitude / Longitude:
34.941437, -81.015846 degree
Hole #5 Basket to Tee
Plays primarily downhill Hole #5 (Taken 12/2014) timg
Par / Distance: 3 / 389ft.
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