Hole 3 Tee, watch out for snakes during the summer time. Basket is in the wooded area of this photo
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About the Course
This course is the signature course of Coastal Alabama College in Brewton, Alabama. Formerly known as Jefferson Davis, Coastal was established in 1965, but the course was not created until 2021. This course has all sorts of shots and different layouts. From wooded to open, from asphalt tee boxes to a grass peninsula, The Warhawk Nest has it all. Some shots over water as well, and ALL asphalt/cement and beyond is played as OB. For example, if you land on or past the walking path behind Hole 4’s basket, you’re OB. Hole 1’s basket is past the Lady Warhawks’ Softball field but before the Warhawks’ Baseball field on the left, parking on the right. Map use is highly recommended for finding the tee boxes. 9 baskets (7 DISCatcher, 2 Veteran) are already in play but 18 basket locations have been chosen and with demand, 9 more baskets will be ordered, so leave reviews if you want an 18 hole course in Brewton! For this course, use the map for navigation until you’re familiar with the course, due to no directional signs. Tee spots are marked my wooden poles with white plaques on top. Contact Sam if you have any questions about the course (See “Contact” section).
9 Holes
concrete Tees
Veteran Targets
Mixed Use, , Public Park
Established 2021
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Restroom Available


Sam Malone (Course Designer): (251)518-6133

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Sep 2, 2022
"Bad up keep, signage is minimal at best at your discs will be coated with mosquito blood, wouldn’t come back if I lived next door"
Mar 28, 2022
"Very confusing and water shots not for beginners "
Mar 10, 2022
"Slightly confusing for a 1st timer but otherwise great practice course"
Feb 11, 2022
"Poor design. Several fairways crossing. With the land available, this could be great. "


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