Plantation Ruins at Winget – Est. 2012

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.

Course Location

Located at Thomas McAllister Winget Park

12235 Winget Road Charlotte, NC 28278
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Course Designer: Sam Nicholson

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