Play South Carolina’s 12 Best Disc Golf Courses

By:Marie McAden

Date:7/7/2014

If teeing off onto a beautiful manicured fairway doesn’t always lead to a quick putt and low score, try flinging a plastic saucer through a tunnel of trees into an above-ground basket made of chains.

Disc golf, a variation of the game synonymous with South Carolina, is all the rage these days. It’s become so popular that courses are popping up everywhere. Among the most recent additions to the field is a 27-hole course at Chester State Park, the first South Carolina state park to feature disc golf play.

For all you Frisbee fans, here are the 12 top-rated public disc golf courses in the state, as ranked by Disc Golf Scene:

1. Carolina Adventure World
Winnsboro, 18 holes, $5 fee.

2. Century Park
Greer, 18 holes, free.

3. Crooked Creek Park
Chapin, 27 holes, free.

4. Grand Central Station
Central, 18 holes, free.

5. Hampton Park
Charleston, 18 holes, free.

6. Hippodrome
North Augusta, two 18-hole courses for daily play, $5 fee.

7. Sergeant Jasper Park
Hardeeville, 18 holes, free.

8. Sertoma Field
Walhalla, 18 holes, free.

9. South East Park
Columbia, 18 holes, free.

10. Timmons Park
Greenville, 18 holes, free.

11. Trophy Lakes
Johns Island, 18 holes, $5 fee.

12. York Middle School York, 18 holes, free.

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