0 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Great people to pick up a game with. Open early for early birds. Good baskets but a varity of baskets.
Challanging shots for all skill levels. Cement tee pads. Multiple pin locations and some second tee pads.
Cons: Sometimes grass is long on a few holes but doesnt make unplayable.
Other Thoughts: Good course all around. Maintained by players.
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Very Nice Variety
Pros: Good selection of varying holes to test your game. Navigation around course was decent and all but a few holes had signs up showing the multiple pads and pin placements available. Multiple baskets available on most holes. Close proximity to the airport so a good stop if dropping off someone for a flight which is what I was doing.
Cons: Grass needed to be mowed on the wide open first few holes. There are different type baskets and colors used throughout the course with no consistency on one color being the front versus back basket. Silver and red baskets both used.
Other Thoughts: Nice course for sure. Worth stopping by if traveling through the area. If living in the area this would be a course played often.
The heart of Nashville
Pros: - Fun array of throws: long/short, right/left, up/down. This course had them all!
- Dual pins and some dual pads add a lot of replay value
- Benches on every(?) hole and some walls put up to protect from errant throws
Cons: - None of the holes really WOWed me, I'm not sure I could identify a signature hole
- Tee pads were super slippery and the steel baskets were not my favorite (Mach 2 I think)
Other Thoughts: - It was pretty quiet when I went but I could see this course getting busy.
- One hole has a yin-yang around the baskets. Love the thought!
DG how it should be!
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Mature, great local scene, good degree of difficulty, fair everywhere, Nashville disc golf store is close.
Cons: Busy, busy... busy?
Other Thoughts: It's a classic of middle Tennessee. One of the more iconic courses and always a good time to be had. Close to downtown and other great courses.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Nice Course on a hot day!
0 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: Great course with a great mix of a few open holes and a lot of heavily wooded, shaded holes. Benches every hole and not that busy on a weekday.
Cons: A sign at the front of the course would be nice for new players. Not the longest course.
Other Thoughts: One of the nicest courses I've played.
0 of 4 people found this review helpful.
Well rounded course.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Nice mix of open and wooded holes. Clear attention to detail regarding maps of each hole at each tee. Holes often have multiple tees and baskets which give it a nice variety without needed to relocate baskets. The "intercourse" holes are a clever way to work a few extra playable holes. Well groomed course with thoughtful building of steps, disc-catching walls, and protection on some pads from players throwing on the previous hole. Clearly thought through and purposeful course. Also very nice that it's a dedicated course instead of a park with non-players roaming in the way.
Cons: Pay attention to the signage at each tee for info about the next hole's tee. There are signs hanging on the baskets but they aren't always pointing the correct way.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Pretty sweet course
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Nice mix of all kinds of shots for lefties and righties.
Lots of benches and tables.
Strictly a disc golf course, no kooks running aorund in the way.
Extra bonus holes "the intercourse"
Good double chained baskets.
Arrows to next tee at baskets
Fresh cut fairways.
Disc golf store around the corner.
Cons: Very crowded in the afternoon.
A few signs were missing, but most holes have basket placement visible from tee pad. If you look around the trees there are signs for basket placement drawn on rocks and boards on the holes with missing original signs.
Other Thoughts: A lot of love went into the course. Keep it up.
I will be playing here when I'm in Nashville in the future.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Well used but still fun
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: I can see how this is one of the favorites for disc golfers in the area. It has a very controlled feel to it that allows pretty much anyone to compete as long as you have a good handle on your throwing. You will not just force your drive into an open field and throw for two.
The multiple pin positions are fun. It drastically changes the course especially with some of the baskets tucked away for the Music City Open. Much harder throws.
For this being an urban course, it was very quiet (could here the planes taking off and landing) but overall traffic noise was very little. It is certainly a hidden gem in the middle of the city.
Very, very, very clean. Of course, this could be due to the tournament just being held but the amount of trash was almost none. Tells that there are lots of locals who care for this course.
The amounts of shots you need to have in your bag is crazy. Lots of fun and just a lot of great routes to take.
Its very wooded. Either you like that or you dont. Great shade on a hot summer day for sure though. Keeps you cool enough to enjoy the round.
Cons: There are multiple railroad ties on a lot of the holes. Due to the hilly nature of the course and the dense woods the ground cover is not there at all. The railroad ties are placed to stop erosion but can be a pain for you to work around on your throws. You wont be throwing many skip shots here. It does take a lot away from the natural feel of the course and I have a feeling that the course upkeep team doesnt like them all that much either.
It can be difficult to find your way around the course even with the next tee signs on the tee signs.
Other Thoughts: The course was very easy to find and right off the interstate basically.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 6 Not
Pros: Good upkeep with benches, tables, garbage cans, and a place to hang your bag at almost any hole. The signs for the holes are good. It's a nice course to practice your accuracy with only a few open holes.
Cons: A smashed in sign and a rotting table, at two different holes. Sometimes, it's confusing where the hole is.
0 of 6 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: This course is my home course i would say I have played it well over 300 times. The varied shots you have to throw make it one of my favorites. There are some wide open holes but its not a straight hang it long types of holes. There is always a tree or 50 trees in the way at some point in the hole.
As a rhbh player at about 350 and rhfh with about 250 -300 range i find uses for almost every shot at my disposal. People complain because it has tight lines in the woods, but that's disc golf to me.
Always alot of people easy to pick up in a group.
Great local group keeps this city course in tip top shape.
FREDDY!!! - local course expert and hacky sack maker :D
Newly installed 3 basket area near 10 for putting.
Cons: Too many people. I don't mind waiting but sometimes there are families that like to stroll through doing cartwheels on hole 2 .
For some players having smokers/drinkers people having a good time bother them, but i say to each their own.
Other Thoughts: I have played about 100 courses and this is in my top 10 for sure. I live close to cedar hill in Nashville and love that course as well, but for me this is the best course in Nashville area with Smyrna and cedar hill 2 or 3 depending on the day.
If you get out early and play on a weekday this course is fun and challenging at the same time.
2 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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