Snellville, GA 
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3 / 299ft.   3 / 299ft. Par / Distance:
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Lenora Park

5+    5/15/2016   5/21/2016
Review By: lazrman778
Played: 147  Reviewed: 100  Exp: 6.9 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Has practice basket

Has concrete tee pads

Has tee signs

Multiple basket placements for some holes

Has many benches and trash cans throughout course

Much more open than wooded fairways will be appreciated by the beginner, the power player, and any player trying new discs

Most holes have changes in elevations

Has good course flow



Free parking but can fill quickly due to other parkgoers
Wide open space makes the course seem monotonous but the wind and changes in elevation can be factors

No next tee signs - can be confusing for a first-timer

Not much shade - can really get hot in the summer

Course can get crowded with other parkgoers as it's popular with the locals
Other Thoughts:
This course will be one of the most wide open, very forgiving courses you'll find in this part of Georgia. It's great for trying new discs and working on rollers as the grass is well-maintained. You'll usually come across different kinds of wind on any given round here, so I like to bring drivers with varying stabilities. I typically see more parkgoers than players here and the trails are close enough on some holes for them to delay the game. Also a good halfway point between Redan and Alexander parks if you're looking for more shade and more challenge.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Wide Open Spaces

2-4    3/15/2015   3/15/2015
Review By: SD86
Played: 8  Reviewed: 8
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: - Well maintained course. Grass mowed, tee boxes and baskets in good condition, some tee boxes nicely repaired.
- The open spaces really give one a chance to "grip it and rip it", to try out driver discs, see how they fly, to work on one's throwing form, etc. without much risk of losing a disc or being way out in the trees or water.
- The uphill and downhill layouts give good opportunities to learn and work on making those shots, which is something I like to be able to do from time to time.
- The gym building has discs for rent and also for sale, often at very good prices.
Cons: - On entering the park, the sign say for "disc golf" to go straight ahead when one SHOULD make the first turn to the left (where it's marked "baseball complex") n order to park near the practice basket and first hole. That really needs to be fixed above and beyond any other issues.
- Pars: I don't know what the criteria for assigning par values was, but some of those par-5s aren't. I'm no expert nor power disc golfer, and I should not be making drop-in birdies and easy back-to-back birdies. Ditto that for some of the par-4s; the length is not enough for that designation.
- Signage: the layout can be confusing to new users of the course. "That tee box right next to the basket is not the next hole" can be said for many of the baskets. Some courses have rings at the base of the basket that points to the next tee-box. Signs pointing to the next tee box would also be very good.
- The mandatory on Hole #4 should be marked on the tree. The only "warning" is a sign at the tee box.
- Other park users are on the walking paths and some come out and play on the grassy areas, and they must be watched for while playing.
Other Thoughts: -I really like Lenora Park's open spaces and the opportunities it provides to work on my long(er) game. People who have complaints about that should try one of Gwinnett County, Georgia's more technical courses.
- Again: be aware of the road signs directions. Enter the park at the entrance near the red barn and take the first left where it says "baseball complex". If you follow the signs, you will be parking a LONG way from the first tee.

4 of 5 people found this review helpful.

 Wide Open

5+    6/30/2014   10/31/2014
Review By: kylemoody
Played: 6  Reviewed: 3  Exp: 9.6 Years
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: - Nicely maintained course.
- One can really let it fly here without much worry of obstacles.
- Great for beginners.
Cons: - Too open, if the county could somehow plant some barrier trees and shrubs it would be a great course.
- Can be very busy. Usually around 5 or 6 other parties of players on the course.
- On many occasions I have had to skip a hole or be very cautious as there are often people who decide to take a picnic lunch in the middle of the fairway on holes 4-7. Seems like the park-goers could be more considerate of disc-golfers. There is plenty of park left for them to have their activities.
Other Thoughts: I learned to play disc golf here, so it is sentimental more than anything to me. I now live closer to the much more technical Alexander Park and play there a few times a week.
Lenora really is a great place for beginners. It can be a great confidence booster otherwise. If one is playing to the posted pars, he should be WELL under par as there are a few super easy par 5s and 4s. I usually play the whole course as if it is a par 3 course.
If I have new discs in my bag, this is the first place I go.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful.


5+    4/13/2014   4/13/2014
Review By: Astroboy
Played: 15  Reviewed: 2  Exp: 13.8 Years
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Great course to let it fly. This is my home course, i started here. Its a great place to start and learn. I practice and break in new disks here often. Multiple holes with alternative basket and tee placments. The walk makes for a great workout, terrain is up hill down hill from hole to hole.
Cons: For pros it doesnt offer much challenge and if you dont know the course you could walk to the wrong hole. The park it self is very active and events do tend to spill into the course making some tee shots annoying.
Other Thoughts: I like playing here alot and use it to polish my game. The basket have been replaced recently, maps of the course are avalible in the gym and a larger one on display at #1 as well as the lost and found.

2 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 A good course to test your arm or disc flight characteristics

1    8/20/2013   9/6/2013
Review By: captain_d
Played: 13  Reviewed: 7  Exp: 5.6 Years
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Wide open shots, beautiful landscape, nice park, decent signage and concrete teepads, very walkable.
Cons: Only wide open shots, no real difficulty to any shot.
Other Thoughts: A really good course if you just want to grip it and rip it. Not a whole lot of challenge on any pin whatsoever, but a good course to take beginners or if you got some new discs and aren't quite sure how they fly.

0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Great Course

1    3/27/2012   3/27/2012
Review By: edphoto
Played: 3  Reviewed: 3
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Great course for people working on distance shots or to improve accuracy.
Very few trees and no water to contend with.
Well maintained. Great for a family afternoon outing.
Cons: The layout of the course was somewhat difficult to follow. There was no signage evident on the course leading you to the next hole.
Other Thoughts: Very relaxing and easy course to play. No real mind boggling areas or difficult holes to challenge you.

2 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 Good Course not Challenging

1    1/29/2012   1/29/2012
Review By: LDietz
Played: 4  Reviewed: 4
Pros: Great course for working on distance since there are few obstructions. Excellently maintained. I'd play again.
Cons: Not much of a challenge except to throw the correct distance. Even shots 45 degrees off course don't cost you a stroke since there are almost no obstructions.
Other Thoughts: I found this course to only be mildly hilly. Try playing the CO Mts. if you want hills. I will play it again.

 Review of Lenora

5+    2/7/2011   6/23/2011
Review By: Chain Bangin' Joshua
Played: 11  Reviewed: 7  Exp: 13.4 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Long open spaces and a liberal par allow for first-time golfers to have a good, not-frustrating time. Beautiful scenery and benches for breaks in the game. Alternate tee for hole #3 steps up the challenge of throwing over water. Well-kept ground allow for long rollers and shorts. Very little underbrush or thorns. Onsite bathrooms are very clean and stocked. Parking is close and plentiful.
Cons: Jogging course runs through part of the course, so be aware of joggers getting in the way. There is very little shade, so bring water on hot days. The wind on this course is unusually strong and can blow your disc far off course.
Other Thoughts: This was the second course I ever played, and I greatly enjoy playing there on a cloudy or cool day. This course is also the best (in my opinion) for night games with lit discs.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

  Awesome beginner course

2-4    5/5/2011   5/6/2011
Review By: blue23642
Played: 1  Reviewed: 1
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Open course, very few obstructions
-Very well maintained- brooms on every teepad, fairways maintained, 5m putting circle things were still outlined from a recent tournament
-Several alternate pins and a couple alternate tees
-At hole #1 there is a message board, lost and found, and a map that shows all the holes and locations of the pins (and alternates)

Cons: -Hard to find the start point if you turn in the wrong entrance:P If you pull into the entrance by the waterpark, go back out and go to the other entrance
-Having played for about 10 or 11 years, the large amount of open holes became repetitive
-During the summer, due to how nice the park is, it will become very crowded!
Other Thoughts: Overall, a great course, especially for beginner disc golfers! Definitely worth a drive of an hour or so. There are a few courses around, so hit up a couple in one day to make it a heck a day!

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.


5+    7/16/2010   8/4/2010
Review By: Bakenstine
Played: 80  Reviewed: 13  Exp: 11.6 Years
This review was updated on 9/10/2010
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: _Hole 5 Connection!_ (Chillaxation spot before or after hole 5)
PROS for CHANGES made: 3 is hard to see but not blind per se. Now the mando on 4 MUST be observed since the basket for 3 is in the Bermuda triangle. 10's basket is pushed back a few yards for the distance shot. 13 is visible from pad, and is a less intense dogleg right without the risk of decapitating joggers. 15 and 16 alternates are not too different from the originals, yet provide a different skill set to get there in 1 drive for sure. All in all, I like to see more options and changes made, so the cost of remodeling is surely worth it!
Cons: CONS for CHANGES made: 3 isn't on the best line, and I don't really like the Bermuda triangle. 4 throws now really need to risk the walking path. 10 is hard as is, but harder like this. I can deal with that but. I would like to see it move back and forth. 13 was classic Lenora at it's best. Now the throws go right by the 12 pad instead of the walking path. My sidearm rocked this hole before, and now I feel kinda robbed. 15 and 16 need to alternate back to basic pos sometimes or I will get homesick
Other Thoughts: I was glad to see the addition of the alt2/alt5 basket in the woods a year+ ago. Then the markers around the practice basket and the signage came. I like watching Lenora, my old home course before The Alex came to town, grow, evolve, and thrive here in Snellville. I have been playing Lenora 4 years now, and watched Alexander come into fruition from day 1. Keep the changes coming (Start with hole 6... I miss the old tree that was there!)

0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

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