Borden Park - Eagle's Nest Rotary Disc Golf Course
Borden Park DGC. The Eagles Nest. Rotary Disc Golf. These are all names that this course could go by but most locals/regional players just call it simply "Borden". In the realm of short putter/ace run courses... this is my absolute favorite. This course has gone through some major re-designs and changes over the years, but it still sits on its throne as my absolute favorite pitch and putt course. Almost every single hole is an ace run for disc golfers of all levels of play. If you are in Northeast TN and you want to take someone out who has never played disc golf, this is the course you need to take them to! Concrete pads, tee signs with distances, and a nice huge course sign only add to the enjoyment of this course. If you are in the area, don't miss out on this pitch and putt course. It's not going to be a challenging course that you want to tell everyone about, but I guarantee you will have fun here! If you want to see this course on video, check out my crew playing this course in the videos below...
Fun course in a older park. A bit short to score better. Bring the map to help with navigation.
This is a nice little course to play. It is great for working on your short game or to bring a beginner. The course can be a little confusing to navigate the first time you play here, but a print out of the course layout helps. The course does hold water due to poor drainage so it's usually a swamp after a good rain. Overall though this course is a good course to play.
Probably a 3.5. That first guy that reviewed this course is just stupid. Is a very easy course so it's great for working on your short game, trying to ace, or bringing a beginner. Now it is a little confusing if you have never played there but it's still a good easy course if you just have an hour or want to take it real easy.
Great beginner course or a course to work on your short game. Located in a city park so nice trees to throw around, but no thick woods to lose your disc in like Warriors. Ace run on many holes. I got my first ace here on hole no. 7. I would suggest printing a map of the course before you go for the first time. Clink on the website link on the left side of the page and print one from the course webpage.
it gets 2 links only 'cause it has 18 holes (supposedly)
i didn't actually play the course, but i wanted to...i drove all the way out there to find it was in a very small public park, the holes hard to find and the course difficult to manage...i left and went to another course...if you are from out of town and are looking for a course to visit, check out another option, IMO...warrior's path is a much better choice...
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