I saw this car and figured it's owned by a pretty serious disc golfer..
Turns out it was.
Stockbridge, GA- JO Moseley:
Variety of landscapes. Begins with a 550' straight shot from open into a wide tunnel in the woods. Then 6 tight woods holes, these are nearly all shot-less, poke and pray. Worth just going from #2 to #7 and skipping those. Features a 700' and an 800' foot hole, the 800'er is flat and with a fence line and trees on the left, the 700'er is downhill between two sets of woods and out into a field. Scenic, away from other park users. Well maintained, was being mowed at the time. Cement tees- some holes with three tees, though many medium and short are dirt. Well marked other than I completely missed hole #7 due to the odd layout until I was on #18 and saw the sign. Bring a huge arm and some patience for the woods holes. Finishes with a Maple Hill like area of christmas pine forest.
Fayetteville, GA- McCurry:
My only gripes with this course have already been addressed so it will be ever better next time! They were: Dirt tees, soon to be cement, and #2- a completely insane woods hole that just flat out needs re-designed (and thanks to locals, I know it's because the park won't let them cut more, not due to bad design really), but that hole is being re-designed at some point because I'm not the only one who thinks it should be. At least half the holes are long, several well beyond my reach. One 666' downhill field shot to woods. One 550' shot off a 20' high hill, hug a few trees on the right and throw a slight curve at it (I parked it the first time). Begins and ends in nice clean pine forest with many needles on the ground. Grass is well mowed often. Well marked, maps were in msg. board and nice signs too. Plays tough- pros WILL shoot over 54 sometimes. Wind a major factor. Brand new.