Plantation Ruins at Winget Park

Charlotte, NC
Course Designer(s) Sam Nicholson
Year Built: 2012
Tee Pads Concrete
Basket Type Mach V

There are the ruins of an old plantation house and a couple outbuildings which inspired the course name, The Plantation Ruins. The course has a combination of wooded and (a few) open holes, and is fairly short.

This course sits close to an elementary school and you will walk past a playground on the way from hole 14 to 15.  soccer fields, horse shoe pits, walking paths, rest rooms and picnic shelters.

Designed and built by Sam Nicholson with lots of help from course director Tom Usselman and others from the Charlotte Disc Golf community, this course is for the beginner to intermediate player but is tight enough to be interesting for advanced players as well.

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Latest Reviews

@ssschaib
01/21/2023
3

Well maintained. Don’t really care for this course though. Every shot is a forehand or narrow, short, straight shot. Doesn’t allow for much variety. I’ve only played it in the winter. I bet the rough is brutal in the spring/summer.

@pdga26201
01/18/2023
4

Muddy AF

@sidearmdrew33
01/16/2023
3.5

The par seems off on some holes 308 par 3 and 251 par 4? Other that enjoyed the course

@chrisdalebrown
01/02/2023
4

Nice course layout. Some tees are a decent walk from the basket. Some of the distances are deceiving due to the elevation changes. Very challenging for a beginner like me and even the more experienced players on our card.