J.P. Mosley Disc Golf Course is a 37 hole course located in J.P. Mosley Park in Stockbridge, GA. This beautifully designed course was created in multiple phases, originally opening in 2003. The most recent phase, the West 9, was opened on March 3, 2023. The course is well cared for by Henry County and the Henry County Disc Golf Club. The course would not be possible without the commitment of Henry County to the sport of disc golf as a great activity for the residents of the county. J.P. Mosley DGC consists of everything from monster holes (with two par 5s over 1000 feet from the gold tee), to long wooded fairways, to short ace runs, to tight, technical holes, to water in play, to mandatory routes, and the signature Skull Island and Stonehenge holes. A wide variety of shots is needed to be successful and with 37 holes, there is opportunity to create a variety of disc golf experiences based how you feel on a given day. The course is divided into three sections based on development dates: the original 18 (OG 1-18), the East 9 (2A-C and 4A-F), and the West 9 (1W-9W). There are a few alternate holes here and there (including the original hole 12 now designated 12A) that are used for tournament play or flow of play. All Gold and Blue tee pads are concrete. Red tees pads are mostly grass or dirt, at this time, with a few concrete. All holes have more than one tee position and ample signage. There are numerous layouts on UDisc to guide your play along the 37 hole track or just pick The Full Monty 37 hole layout and choose your own experience. J.P. Mosley DGC. Is consistently rated as one of the top courses in the state of Georgia. The course is constantly improving through the partnership of Henry County with the HCDGC. New signs for the OG and East 9 and concrete Red tee pads are the planned and approved near future improvements.
Concrete, Dirt, Grass, Asphalt, Rubber Mat Tees
DISCatcher Pro (28 chains) Targets
Mixed use, Public park
No drinking water available
Mike Haney on Facebook group Henry County Disc Golf
1 grass cutting away from being 5 stars!
This was course #71 for me, and honestly it’s probably in my top 3 courses I’ve ever played. The birdies were gettable but not easy, the Stonehenge and skull island holes were beautiful, it was well kept, it had a variety of shot shapes, and it was just a fantastic course overall. Worth it to come play.
One of the best courses in Georgia! Good mix of woods and open. It is worth a trip if you are from out of town.
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