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Before You Go
Pay to Play
$3 round/$25 annual
Fair Conditions
Bent baskets. No tee signs or boxes…. Good luck! Fun course to work on distance but no upkeep for a pay to play course.
About the Course
The 18-hole disc golf course features amazing views of the Blue Ridge Mountains with major elevation changes and water hazards. The holes are set through-out the farm and vineyard. The course is open to the public and cost is $3/game or $25/annual pass, unlimited games. Fees may be paid at the farm store when open, or with the pay box when the store is closed. We have redesigned the course around the event barn to accommodate your play while there is a private function at the farm. We also carry INNOVA discs and everything else you need to have a great time and game!
18 Holes
concrete Tees
Established 2010


chatooga belle farm

Course Traffic

Players usually spend 2 hours here.

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Sep 24, 2022
"If you happen to be there when the bay has been cut - this is a fun course with beautiful views. Yes, there are a few bent baskets and you will need UDisc to find your way - but I really enjoyed it. I can see how it would be daunting with waist high hay - but from late September through the winter this is a great course with delicious food at the Bistro and a very cool distillery. Great camping, too. "
Aug 20, 2022
"Awful course. The design isn’t bad but the “fairways” are one lawnmower width paths. Everything else is really thick knee to waist high. Even at the baskets there is only a 10ft circle around the that is mowed and everything else is knee to waist high so you could literally throw in circle one and still be in the rough. Like I said, the design is a nice idea but the upkeep on the course is plain sorry. "
Jul 30, 2022
"Same as what everyone else is saying. "
Jul 3, 2022
"Absolutely the worst course I've played. The only thing good about this course is the views. Bent baskets, no tee pads or anything to mark where to shoot from. Advertise that they sell discs also, all they have is cheaper Innova starter sets that they have open up and selling each disc for $10 each. "


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