The Norris Disc Golf Course is a nine-hole wooded course with alternative Premium Turf tee-pads or Innova Pro28 Discatchers on each hole providing 18-hole playability. There is some elevation change that adds to the technical challenge. This is a very well maintained recreational course, playable by any age group or skill level. Clear hole-to-hole signage. There is good balance between RHBH and LHBH fade. Each hole has ‘A’ (shorter) and ‘B’ (longer) playable positions. Tee Pad #1 is located behind tennis practice wall. Practice basket located at rear of Tennis Courts. Loaner Discs are always available. Please return after play. Bathrooms at the City Building year round M-F, from 9 to 4pm. Port-a-john available (April to October) Parking lot is available at the tennis courts-just past Eric Harold Park parking lot. Water is available at water fountain at tennis courts. (April to October). Most holes have benches and shade provides a nice respite from summer sun. NDGC is located at Norris Community Building at 20 Chestnut Drive, Norris TN 37828.
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Awesome 9-hole course with either 2 teepads or an alternate basket on each hole. Very nice layout and very well upkept. Benches on every hole and great signage. Easy to follow. Definitely recommend!
Fantastic 9 hole course with fun shorts and challenging technical longs!
Norris is an absolutely fantastic, short, and wooded course. Most holes have one or two gaps to make. A made gap will almost certainly result in a chance at birdie or an easy upshot. The rough is relatively forgiving if you find yourself off the fairway. The gravel tee pads are serviceable, and the signage is phenomenal.
I cannot express how awesome this course is. The layout makes the best use of the land and it has a natural flow of play. The new turf tee pads are great, as are the new pin placements. A beautiful course with some challenging lines. If you hit your line, you will be rewarded, miss your line and you’re scrambling. If you like Tommy Schumpert, you will love this course, as it is a miniature version of it, only with nicer tee pads and better signage. Hats off to the course designer, Bill Ross.
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