Nashville, TN 
Naval Hill DGC Share
Uploaded By: bjreagh Hole #4 (Taken 7/2014)
3 / 247ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #4 Tee



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 Nice

5+    5/12/2017   5/12/2017
Review By: kidkirby
Played: 8  Reviewed: 5
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Great course with awesome views of the city
There are different pen placements for variety
Weekly event Saturday morning singles
Good use of elevation changes
Cons: Very hilly will be tired after round if not in shape
Sometimes random people in the way but it is a park
Not much shade hot in summer
Always windy

1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Fine City Park Golf!

2-4    10/19/2016   10/22/2016
Review By: dr.chainslove
Played: 226  Reviewed: 39  Exp: 21.5 Years
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: For me, the details here bump this course from a 3.5 to a 4. The maintenance is immaculate. The teepads are fantastic and probably grippy on a rainy day. Signs are aesthetically pleasing and informative. Navigation is simple, aided by "next tee" signs hooked on the bottom of each basket. Benches are top-notch and in all the right spots. The first four holes are classic city park: open with elevation but enough trees to shape lines to the baskets. Holes 5-6, 8-11 use elevation and tight lines through the trees to add difficulty. 14-16 let you air it out with open(ish) holes between 330 and 600ft. 17-19 bring you back to your typical city park design. Each hole has character.
Cons: Multiple pin positions are always a good thing, but when there are 2-4 on each hole with no marker of the current position on the sign, that's a con. It seems like Naval Hill has a good budget for disc golf and plenty of care from the locals. I'd hope that eventually they'd add a position marker to these great signs. Most of the time, you can easily guess which position the baskets are in but there are a few holes that required a short march down the fairway to verify the placement. (Update: just looked at pics posted a few years ago here and I see some screws on the signs designating the pin but I can't recall seeing those last week. Did I somehow miss that?!) Other than the trouble with finding pin positions, it's hard to complain here. The difficulty isn't too crazy with only one legit par 4 hole (600ft #15).
Other Thoughts: This was a great stop while visiting Nashville for a few days. It's minutes from downtown and surrounded by the hip East Nashville neighborhood. Add this to your list to play along with Cedar HiIll and Seven Oaks.

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