Where to Play Disc Golf in the 864

Timmons Park
121 Oxford St., Greenville
One of the oldest disc golf courses in the Upstate, with 18 holes. The Upstate Disc Golf Club also hosts Tuesday night random-draw doubles here from April through September.

Century Park
3605 Brushy Creek Road, Greer
An 18-hole disc golf course with plenty of shade and a variety of terrain. Home to a popular annual Iron Man tournament. 

Shoally Creek at Va-Du-Mar McMillan Park
591 McMillin Blvd., Boiling Springs
A pleasant, 18-hole course with a mix of long drives and wooded technical shots that require some finesse. Most holes have both pro and amateur tee pads as well as two sets of baskets. 

Sertoma Field
272 Tulip Drive, Walhalla
A fun 18-hole course with rolling hills, some wooded holes and lovely scenery. A lot of elevation in play with a mix of flat, uphill and downhill shots. A few holes play near a fast-moving and deep creek – so bring backup discs. 

Anderson Sports Center
3027 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Anderson
A heavily wooded course with most of the 18 holes less than 300 feet and a fair number of tight shots around trees. The local disc golf club hosts random-draw doubles here on Wednesday nights.

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