12,000 year old arrowheads or Hardaway Points..
Hole 1 Teepad to BasketHole 18Hole 17Hole 16
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Before You Go
Pay to Play
$5
Good Conditions
A little windy
About the Course
Hardaway Point is an 18 hole, Blue level disc golf course set outside the Uwharrie Mountains National Forest and Morrow Mountain State Park. Built on the the historic Badin Inn Country Club golf course, the disc golf course provides both wooded and open air shots. Bring your distance drivers. The par 59 course plays just over 7000’. The Hardaway Point DGC is located at the historic 1913 Badin Inn. The Badin Inn provides an event venue, lodging and bar.
18 Holes
concrete Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Dedicated Disc Golf, , , Golf Course
Established 2020
Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available

Contact

Jennifer Owens (Badin Inn), (704) 438-1424
http://1913badininn.com

Course Traffic

Players usually spend 2 - 3.5 hours here.

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twall73
@twall73
Nov 26, 2022
3.5
"The distances aren’t made for novices. If you don’t throw well this is not the course for you. Course is beautiful and not technically that difficult. It’s on an old golf course so you will get your steps in for the day covering all 18 holes. "
springdglover
@springdglover
Sep 2, 2022
4.0
"Cool course, great property, flow from 17 to 18 is wonky. Really needs a redesign for these two holes. "
shane95
@shane95
Aug 6, 2022
4.5
"Don’t leave your arm at home! From #1 your distance & accuracy will be challenged with OB, Hazards, and Obstacles in your way. Bring discs of various stability for all the elevation change and know how to throw them!!! Only a few holes require an accurate line off the box, everywhere else you just need to land it close. This course isn’t hard to stay at Par if you stay in bounds and keep errant shots to a minimum. Soon to be a top course in the state!"
markhuether
@markhuether
Jul 21, 2022
4.0
"Ends on a sour note. I was having a great time even though it's repetitive at points. Seems like the designer "had" to have 17 which is very similar to 8 and 12. The woods left of the fairway are awesome. You play 17 just to walk all the way back up it to curl around and throw a blah last hole. The transition back to 18 cuts across 17. There are so many cool woods to use as gaps between fairways. Instead holes 8-18 just get kind of boring. Good course ruining a potential amazing property."

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