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Default Whats your favorite short and technical courses?

What is your favorite short and technical courses? Why? Photos? and links to reviews?

I am working on designing as you all may know, but I am just trying to get comparable courses to see what I need to do to make it enjoyable to play. I am walking the land tomorrow and working on some lines and throwing some discs.


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Old 08-10-2018, 01:07 PM
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Kansas City has Rosedale down-under. All woods, winding all along the cliffs. Lots of TLC from local groups to keep it clean. Good luck w/your endeavor.

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Noble DGC in Noble, OK

Waxhaws DGC in Fayetteville, AR

NE Coachman Park in Clearwater, FL

Others: The Cedars in Fate, TX and Dolese Youth Park (both East and West) in Oklahoma City.
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Noble DGC
Dolese youth park

For shorter, but technical, Little Axe DGC
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Thank you everybody!! These are very helpful!!
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Trails DGC in Anderson, SC
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Earlewood in Columbia, SC

Old school course, lots of fun, every hole's different. Big hills, huge trees, not a lot of underbrush. Showing wear and tear from its popularity, these days.

Timmons Park, Greenville, SC

Earlewood's cousin

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Earlewood in Columbia, SC

Old school course, lots of fun, every hole's different. Big hills, huge trees, not a lot of underbrush. Showing wear and tear from its popularity, these days.

Timmons Park, Greenville, SC

Earlewood's cousin
Good calls

I'd also throw in Sertoma Field in Walhalla, SC

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Re-posting same links with the normal instead of "mobile" link:

Noble DGC in Noble, OK

Waxhaws DGC in Fayetteville, AR

NE Coachman Park in Clearwater, FL

Others: The Cedars in Fate, TX and Dolese Youth Park (both East and West) in Oklahoma City.

An extra thought though: a little extra D never hurt any technical course.
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Reedy Creek.
It's opened up over the years due to heavy play (by UNC-Charlotte crowd?).
Still, a lot of fun and shot variety.

They added the Stout layout quite a few years ago, but I just stick to the old layout.

You can attack the old layout with a Roc (mid-range) and a putter.
Really, every hole is Birdie-able--just not gonna happen.
Straight, uphill, downhill, sidehill, left, right.
Fun course.

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