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 Chamblee Church DGC

5+    5/7/2016   5/11/2016
Review By: lazrman778
Played: 199  Reviewed: 100  Exp: 8.6 Years
Has tee signs

More open than wooded fairways - beginner friendly

Some holes have changes in elevations with some doglegs
Baskets on holes #2, #3, and #4 have been taken down for church expansion - course needs to be redesigned

Alternate red tees are hard, if not impossible to find - consult the course map

Water comes into play on holes #4, #5, and #6 - which can be really nasty if your disc gets submerged

The rough on the slope between holes #7 and #8 is really tall and overgrown at the time of my visit - a good opportunity to lose a disc here
Other Thoughts:
This is one of the first courses I started playing on so I have seen this course in its better days. Hopefully the course gets a redesign after construction is scheduled to be completed later in 2016. All the baskets have considerably wear on them and could use updating - so splash outs can be expected if putting is not precise enough.

 Take it for what it is

2-4    6/12/2015   7/10/2015
Review By: Foyboy89
Played: 40  Reviewed: 18  Exp: 5.1 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: If you take this course for what it is I think you simply must appreciate it. A church wanted to create something for the community and get more people on their campus and thought 9 holes of recreational disc golf would be a good way to do it and they were right.The course is well kept the grass is always cut and the tee signs are descriptive with clear maps of what is OB (something many really good courses leave you to figure out for yourself) they certainly built the course on the cheap but if we accept their budget and means I feel like they did a really good job stretching their dollar and creating something that works really well. Also while some may say the lack of obstacles and technicality is a bad thing its nearly impossible to loose a disc so its a great course to really throw hard and find your range without fear of loosing a disc.
Cons: -This is not a high level course and 3 of the holes are basically identical.
-cant play on Sunday mornings and I went by one monday afternoon and the gate was locked.
-dirt tee pads that get really slippery after a rain.
-only 9 holes
-sometimes weddings or other church events take massive parts of the course one time I played it there were a line of porta pottys smack dab on the tee pad for hole 6.

Other Thoughts: Not a top level course by any means but in comparison to some of the other 6-9 hole rec courses I have played (most notably southern poly) this is one of the best of its class

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.


5+    5/22/2015   5/26/2015
Review By: SpatialT
Played: 12  Reviewed: 12  Exp: 33.7 Years
Pros: Easy access from Interstate
Short course (18 can be played in 1 hour)
Good for practicing rips - most shots are
unobstructed and generally straight 275 ft - 350 ft shots
Aceable holes abound

Cons: 9 baskets with alternate (minor alterations) tees
very non-technical design
very poor signage
water hazards can be difficult for disc retrieval
Limited space for expansion due to location on church property - no playing Sunday mornings; small outdoor chapel comes into play on hole 9 - usually not a problem, though

Other Thoughts: Other than yourself, the wind is your only enemy.
Good beginners course
Needs a redesign for an alternate back 9.
This is my home course and, unfortunately, I think it is the bottom 3 of ATL courses.

 Great Place to Sharpen Approach Game

2-4    10/30/2014   10/30/2014
Review By: kylemoody
Played: 6  Reviewed: 3  Exp: 11.4 Years
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: - One of very few courses inside the perimeter.
- Not far from my workplace, can get a quick 9 in on my lunch break.
- Low traffic from other players.
Cons: - Most holes are shorter than 300'
- Not very technical.
Other Thoughts: This is a great place to sharpen your approach/putting game. All but maybe two or three holes require only a midrange and putter. This is definitely a beginner level course, but for someone looking to sharpen their skills it is a great place to play. Some holes do have a river in play. Hole 4 is pretty scenic, but has a river on the left side, anyone looking to hyzer an approach here needs to stay way right. The river has a 10' bank that is somewhat treacherous (not speaking from experience of course...) :-)
Sometimes it is nice to make those chains clang during a work day.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

  Good Tune-Up Course

5+    7/10/2014   7/23/2014
Review By: jsmith521
Played: 18  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 13.4 Years
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - Pretty much the only course in the area
- Easy course, good for practicing your shots. No reason a decent player shouldn't par each hole
- A few challenges, but nothing difficult
- Have heard you're likely to get a lost disc back. I've seen many left at the bulletin board at hole 1
Cons: - Only 9 holes, but not a big deal as you can obviously play holes again
- A few places where it would not be fun to lose a disc
Other Thoughts: I really love this course because it's 5 minutes from where I currently reside, so I can slip over and play the 9 holes in under an hour. I've never seen more than a handful of other groups while I've been there. Well-maintained of course, being that this is a large, popular church.

A lot of the holes provide a nice wide open fairway for practicing your drives. Signs are nice and simple, pointing out out of bounds where applicable.

Hole 4 always makes me nervous as there's a large, wide creek alongside the entire fairway. If you land in it early, it's shallower, but gets deeper closer to the basket. The tees for 6 cross right behind the basket for 9, so got to keep an eye out here. Holes 6 and 8 have some pretty thick brush and bushes that you might have a hard time finding an errant disc.

Hole 9 is interesting in that you're throwing over some trees from the top of a hill, down to the basket. Not much visibility here.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 Great Practice Course

5+    6/17/2014   6/23/2014
Review By: gardenthug
Played: 5  Reviewed: 4
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Perfect course for those looking to practice and refine their game. Hole #1 can be used almost as a defacto driving range, as the course usually isn't crowded.
Cons: There is some heavy brush and a river that make losing disc's very easy. It is hard to locate the red tees, which is why my group simply created our own red tee boxes.
Other Thoughts: Great for practice and a quick after work round. The church opened up its ground to us, so please make sure you don't litter or break their very simple rules.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

  Great Beginner Course

5+    5/18/2014   5/20/2014
Review By: digables
Played: 2  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 5.5 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - Low traffic. You'll usually see a couple groups playing on the nicest of days, but never any sort of wait.

- First hole has a big open field to work on shots. Really helpful for practice and for beginning players

- Grass mowed regularly and course kept in nice condition

- Hard to lose discs here. The bushes on the hill on 7 are the worst place to get lost in, but people are good about returning found discs at the bulletin board on Hole 1

- Convenient for inside the perimeter players north of Atlanta

Cons: - There can be a lot of walkers and cars around certain church activities. You'll often have to wait a bit during these hours for cars to pass. And the course is closed outright on Sunday morning

- It's not much of a challenge for players looking for real competition

- Hard to find the red tees on many of the holes.

- Water can eat discs on Holes 4,5,6 if you don't want to get wet

- Really no amenities to players, but don't find this an issue on such a short, quick course.
Other Thoughts: I've seen low reviews for the course, but I think it should be judged for what it is, a simple learning course with a couple challenges for more advanced players. It's well kept, the church community is very friendly and has embraced the sport and the players who come by, and there's usually not much traffic so you can really practice shots on the field in addition to playing.

Not much more you could ask for out of a 9-hole course for beginning players or practicing in the city.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Simple Course

5+    12/10/2013   3/23/2014
Review By: DiabolicalHeel
Played: 19  Reviewed: 4
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Little to no traffic on the course nearly every time I played
-Safe and family friendly area
-Wide open setup allows you to fire off some bombs if that's what you're looking for
-Decent chance of getting lost discs back
-One of the view courses inside the perimeter
Cons: -Dirt tee pads are pretty terrible, but they serve their purpose
-The course is really simple. Don't know if that should be a con, but to me it makes all the holes run together
Other Thoughts: I know my review has more pros than cons but I'm still giving the course a 2.0. It's nothing great and just kind of serves its purposes as a quick 9. Nothing worth going out of the way for but it isn't terrible.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 Quick, Easy, Fun

5+    8/9/2013   8/13/2013
Review By: thewesticle
Played: 2  Reviewed: 2
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - Never very crowded at all. Weeknights have their fair share of folks playing a quick 9 while waiting on traffic to die down, but weekend evenings are wonderfully deserted. It's a good place to come and unload your bag and work on some shots that you're trying get comfortable with.

- The grass is mowed fairly regularly, and the course looks very nice.

- Having your disc returned is much more common here than at some of the other Atlanta courses, (I'm looking at you, Oregon Park), and locals will often leave found discs in the bulletin board case at the first tee.

- While not the longest or most obstacle-strewn course in the area, you will encounter some left-to-right shots, some water, a few elevation changes, and some tricky choices.
Cons: - Dirt teepads that were, until May 2013, unmarked. Also, the teepad color doesn't necessarily correlate with their difficulty. For example, #5 White Tee is the more difficult shot than #5 Red Tee, while #6 Red Tee is more difficult than #6 White. The new yellow posts with the new signs mark the white tees.

- The course is not overly challenging.

- The hill between 7 & 8 can be treacherous in the summer, and makes it very difficult to find discs who've strayed onto it. The Boy Scouts who have their lodge on top of the hill will sometimes bring goats to the park to remove the vegetation, but it has been awhile since the last time this has happened.
Other Thoughts: My first (and only) two aces have been at this course, and it definitely holds a bit of a soft spot in my heart.

6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

 9 hole navigational nightmare

1    4/1/2012   4/1/2012
Review By: prerube
Played: 256  Reviewed: 226  Exp: 12.4 Years
7 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: 2 tee locations...If you can find them.
9 old Discatchers (No large yellow band)
decent distance on holes for a 9 hole church course

Hole 4 is long and semi-scenic with a ditch/creek on left and rolling hills on right.

hole 5 was a good design, with a hyzer route, but branches force you to keep it low, parking lot is a very slight safety issue.

Hole 6 has water in play on the left and 8 has a very steep drop off on the left.

Hole 9 is a nice elevated tee throwing mostly blind over 2 trees.
Cons: 1 inch high wooded pegs hidden in 2 inch grass are impossible to find.

Odd flow. the first 4 holes make a cursive e shape.

I had to check the online map for every hole and I still did not find some of the tee locations.

road directly behind 1 and 3 has road on both sides of the basket.

No tees and no signage.
Other Thoughts: No play on Sunday before noon

ADD TEE SIGNS. the biggest thing this course needs is the ability to find the tees.
4 out of 9 holes are nice quality, but the navigational issues ruin the experience.

7 of 9 people found this review helpful.

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