Borden Park

Kingsport, Tennessee     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Justin Grubb › April 22, 2011
its a good course but if it has rained in two weeks u can forget it cause its a swamp
-  +1 votes  + Jim Rayfield › June 11, 2019
A little swampy but overall a good course.
-  +0 votes  + JR Enfield › November 7, 2010
-  +0 votes  + Donald Black › June 4, 2011
great course if you don't have much of a drive like me..but all flat and pretty boaring..
-  +0 votes  + dale c › June 24, 2011
nice course just small and if it rains forget playing there like a swamp and the bugs a bad
-  +0 votes  + Gary Ratliff › May 22, 2011
Great course for the novice. Short, open baskets, but very sloppy in wet weather.
-  +0 votes  + Nathan Bailey › August 14, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Lanny Potts › December 11, 2014
Tees marked, baskets not marked, so a bit of a challenge to navigate. Very short "putt-putt" type course. Bring a putter and a buzz. Great short course - about 200' per hole. Bring good hiking shoes - was damp when I played in December.
-  +0 votes  + Brandon G › May 13, 2014
Course is great for beginners, swampy with rain.
-  +0 votes  + Erin Feeley › May 20, 2017
Was kinda in disarray. Understandable though looks like they are changing the park up a bit. One basket is missing.
-  +0 votes  + Jerry F › October 6, 2014
The Course would be better if the course layout was displayed better. there is no signs from the tee to show you which direction the baskets are. Also a lot of baskets over lap one another and makes it harder not to hit someone playing another hole.
-  +0 votes  + Josh Baysinger › April 30, 2019
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 Northea ...
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-  +0 votes  + James Phillip Byram › January 7, 2017
-  +0 votes  + Dusty Way › July 13, 2016
Home town coarse well maintained. challenging coarse but awesome practice coarse