Camping: no
Facilities: yes
Pay to Play: no
Handicap Accessible: yes
Private: no
Tee Signs: yes

Course Details

Course Type: Permanent
# Holes: 18
Target Type: DISCatcher
Tee Type: Concrete
Elevation: Mostly Hilly
Foliage: Tighter
Course Length: 5,687ft
Alternate Length: 4,304ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 6 | 300 - 400ft: 11 | Over 400ft: 1


GA 400; exit east on Holcomb Bridge Rd., 2.2 miles to a right on Fouts Rd., which dead ends into the park at 9000 Fouts Rd. 1st tee at the back of the park to the right of the playground.


Phone: 512-785-6319

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Course Reviews

by bbutcher on Mar 29, 2016 at 12:18pm

This is a great course, challenging for beginners and for experienced players depending on the tees you use. The multiple tees make this course fun to play again and again.

Very wooded, which means make sure you hit your line and place your throws well. The course can be very frustrating if you aren't careful. The course can play long if you play from the back tees. It's a lot of fun, the challenge is good!

Tee pads are good, and signs are very helpful. Not too busy when I went, and other players were very friendly and helpful when I was searching for a disc. Would love to play a tournament here!

by ajbegg on Jul 20, 2011 at 1:29pm

On my second visit to East Roswell, I was pleasantly surprised to see a Disc Golf Day Camp being held. a dozen 8-12 year olds were being instructed on the basics of disc golf. I later saw them out on the course, practicing putting.
This is a great course, with multiple tee pads, and lots of technical woods. I would love to play a tournament here. The risk reward ratio is high. Plenty of shots that will add strokes if you miscalculate the drive.
Putting greens are fair.
Hole 4 is sketchy, but if you pure a forehand or lefty hyzer you could ace run. USE SPOTTERS IF YOU ARE GOING FOR IT.
Stay on the fairway on this course, unless you get very lucky, the holes are long enough that the rough makes you pitch out (or regret not pitching out).
Fun, challenging course overall.
Good in the summer in Atlanta, as it has lots of shade.

by AJ29036 on Dec 12, 2009 at 1:10am

Pros: TOP NOTCH wooded course. Multiple tees on each hole provide an appropriate layout for each skill level. The black (concrete) tees form a championship level layout. Isolated from the rest of the park, this is a great course to focus on your game. The tee signs are some of the best I have ever seen. Mentaly challenging, but if you keep your cool you will be rewarded here.

Cons: Not many. The biggest would be the "uniqueness" of hole 4. The second of three holes making up "Kudzu Corner", the fairway of this hole is home to a group of semi-truck trailers. Play it smart through here and you'll be fine. Crushed stone on the shorter tees can be uneven at times. A couple of fairways run a little close together.

Other notes: This is one of my top 5 in GA (for now) The regular action here is always good. Behave yourself as the park rangers don't take kindly to "rule breaking". (see 804.05a)

by throwinROCS on Dec 10, 2009 at 4:17pm

Needs concrete tees on all pads. Very nice challenging layout. Biggest complaint is the old semi-truck trailers on hole 6(?). Those need to go especially if the NT rolls through this course.

by allisonrieck on Nov 1, 2009 at 12:42pm

This is our "home" course, takes us 5 minutes to get there. Pretty technical, not too many open holes. Easy to navigate, they put in new cement on the pro (black) tees. Tougher in the summer because of foliage (#4- kudzu vines). Not too crowded usually.