Most wooded course I've played but pretty short and fun.
Sep 3, 2023
If you’re up for a short but challenging course with way too many trees, this place is for you. Also, hole 12 is ass
Aug 11, 2023
Plays a little longer than UDisc suggests-- distances incorrect on several holes. Decent course with some tight lines but also some poke and hope holes.
Jul 5, 2023
Walking paths(unfairways) with baskets.
Apr 16, 2023
Challenging pitch and putt with good variety. The front nine plays around a pond and offers some picturesque looks. The small wood bridges over streams in the fairways are fun. Back nine is a little more of the classic park vibe but still nice enough. Teepads are well constructed although often oddly situated for the fairways they’re meant to access. Fun for a round every so often but would be frustrating as a home course.
Mar 18, 2023
1st hole across from dog park. Fairly flooded when played. Fun Par 3 course with a lot of mid range tosses.
Jul 22, 2023
Great course to work your midrange touch and shot-shaoing game. None of the fairways seem unfair per we, but they do require very specific shapes. Scrambling is possible when you inevitably end up off the fairway. Well laid out and not repetitive. I imagine when the trees fill in a bit it plays harder.
Nov 4, 2022
Oct 16, 2022
Hole number one is across from the dog park. Not very leafy compared to others courses in fall.
Sep 13, 2022
Well marked & turf teepads. As others have said basically every hole is make a very specific shot off the tee then go for par or better or wind up deep in the woods covered in spiderwebs trying to pitch it out
Dec 28, 2022
Pretty technical woods course that makes good use of the limited distance. Well maintained and easy to navigate. Every hole has a line to reach C1 from the tee, but it often requires a specific shot shape.
Feb 5, 2023
Nice but overgrown and some poison ivy. Long course with lots of variety though!
Jul 16, 2022
Tough lines are punishing. Play safe for par and you'll do fine. I tried to drive to the pin and suffered.
Jul 1, 2022
I had a lot of fun here! NC scramble fest but not so bad. Anyone not liking a lack of clear lines stay away from Hornet’s Nest in Charlotte. You will wonder why you even play DG.
Only issue is the tee distances and the shots on UDisc are different on many of the holes. I would definitely return when in town
Aug 15, 2023
Super interesting heavily wooded course with lots of shot shaping. The narrow fairways can get frustrating and a few of the holes seem like total luck to get anywhere close to C1. The tee pads are carpet and stay grippy when wet but many of them aren’t level. I’m biased since it’s my home course but I think it’s a lot of fun even though it can get annoying.
After playing Main
May 10, 2023
Really fun wooded course with a variety of shot shapes: RHBH straight, hyzer, turnover, forehand. Lines are super tight and anywhere off the fairway can get difficult especially in the summer. Didn’t have any problems with the turf tee pads and signage was clear.
May 5, 2022
Hard to tell if the course is designed by someone who doesn't play, or a genius who wanted to make a short course very hard. Like holes that dogleg at 75' and then you need to carry another 175'. Such weird lines for being so short.
Mar 26, 2023
Mar 24, 2023
NC disc golf at its finest. Tight wooded course that forces you to hit your lines. Only one hole is overgrown. Everything else is tough but fair
Aug 11, 2022
Uneven tees. Very technical, shot shaping type course but with very tight fairways and no lines to the left or right so very frustrating. No next tee signs so without UDisc you’re guaranteed to get lost. No maps on the hole signs either so take your best guess based on the fairway shape and hope for the best. This course was very obviously built by a RHBH player, so RHFH players like myself are in for a bad time. Honestly just go to Southern Community Park instead.