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greenbasket = GreenA GREEN rating signifies a course lacks good design and may have missing baskets or navigation signs. It lack proper maintenance and facilities. It is apparent a little tender loving care is needed. They may not be challenging to skilled players and be avoided. A GREEN rating is scaled at less than 2.0

yellowbasket = YellowA YELLOW rating signifies a course that, while still challenging and fun, may have a few inadequacies such as poorly designed holes, repetitive holes, lack of maintenance, poor navigation, or missing signage. A YELLOW rating is scaled at 2.0 - 3.0!

redbasket = RedA RED rating signifies a fairly well designed course that offers a nice venue for tournament play. Although every hole may not be perfect, the course is still enjoyable to play. The BLUE rating is scaled at 3.0 - 3.5!

whitebasket = BlueA BLUE rating signifies a fairly well designed course that offers challenges strong enough for tournament competitions. The BLUE rating is scaled at 3.5 to 4.0!

whitebasket = WhiteA WHITE rating is a well designed course that's enjoyable to play. It incorporates the landscape well, is equal to both left or right handed players, and is challenging for all skill levels. The WHITE rating is scaled at 4.0!

purplebasket = PurpleA PURPLE rating signifies a course that, while it still may be challenging and fun, only has nine holes.

Ratings:  The above course ratings are based on Disc Golf Course Review’s web site.  The “Color” descriptions are offered as guidelines as to how a course may obtain such ratings.  They may, or may not be true in every case.  Ratings, are like opinions.  All players have them.  All players have their preferences as to what they desire in a course layout.  Skilled players may not like short courses where older or novice players may not like long courses.  Like bag tags, ratings shouldn’t be taken too seriously.

However, we are developing our own in-house survey via player’s rating of our State’s courses.  We’d love your opinion of your local courses!  Rate the courses you are familiar with and submit them below!

Archusa Water Parl
Ashe Lake 9
Ashe Lake 18
Ballard Park
Bear Pen Park
Booneville City Park
Brickyard Bayou
Brighton Park
Bucaneer State Park
Buddy Butts
Bulldog Bayou
Camp Binachi
Camp Bratten Green
Cemetery Ridge
Center City
Central Park
Chadwick Lake
Champion Ridge
Chautauqua Park
Choctaw Lake
Crosspointe Park
Diamondhead
Duncan Lake
Eagle's Landing
ECCC
Flying Eagle
George P. Cossar State Park
Great River Road State Park
Gulf Coast Bible Camp
Harrisburg Baptist Church
Highland Park
Hiller Park
Holmes Community College
ICC Indian
IG Levy
Journey
Keesler AFB
Lake Lincoln State Park
Lake Lowndes State Park
Lakeside Landing
Latimer Lakes - North
Latimer Lakes - South
Lefleurs Bluff
Leroy Percy State Park
Lost Indian Spring
Lucedale
Lyle Hansberger
Marshall Park
McLeod Park
Moccasin Bend
Natchez State Park
Ole Warrior Run
Ole Miss
Panther Prowl
PB Johnson Desert Fox
PB Johnson Lil Fox
Pearl River Landing
Propst Park
Raider Park
Redbone Road
Robertson park
The Rez
Shepard State Park
Swampy Hollow
T.E. Advent
Tallahatchie Trails
Tatum Trails
The Chains of Richton
The Lynx
Tishominigo Chickasaw
Tishominigo- Tuska Run
Tishominigo - Warrior Ridge
Tombigbee I
Tombigbee II
Towering Pines
Tupelo High School
Veterans Park - Music Bend
Veterans Park - The Original
Veterans Park - Thunderchief
Wall Doxey - The Jungle
Wall Doxey - Turkey Hollow
Warfield Point
Wildcat Trace