Camping: no
Facilities: yes
Pay to Play: no
Handicap Accessible: no
Private: no
Tee Signs: yes

Course Details

Course Type: Permanent
# Holes: 21
Target Type: Mach II
Tee Type: Concrete
Elevation: Rolling
Foliage: Woodsy
Course Length: 6,165ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 13 | 300 - 400ft: 6 | Over 400ft: 2
Course Designer: Ken Folger & Steve Hardie


From I-40 east, Exit 215 south on Briley Pkwy., 2 miles to a left on Murphreesboro Rd., to right on McGavock, 0.3 miles to left on School Lane, 0.3 miles to right on Weaver, course to the right.


Phone: 615-473-3701

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Course Reviews

by Roll14Tide on Jun 22, 2014 at 3:23pm

Fun, challenging course. Does get crowded so pick your time to play it well.

by kriswashington on Jun 2, 2013 at 11:24am

Fun, challenging course, with clear markers and well-maintained holes. There is a ton of variety, the landscape is awesome, and the basket locations are alternated on a regular basis. There are a couple of areas where you can get turned around, but the locals are very chill and will get you pointed in the right direction. Recently, this course has become a very popular hipster spot--so pick your tee times carefully.

by Leeeroy on Oct 25, 2012 at 4:04pm

This is the perfect daily players course. Very well manicured and clean thanks to Dave Griffen. Great mix of shots/distances make a fun experience. It does get crowded just before weekend competitions at 10am,the Tuesday Doubles at 5:30 and generally at rush hour during the week, so if you do come during those times you might join up with the group in front of you and have a really great time! It's alot of fun to meet new people and see a course through a locals eyes. There is generally a few "masters division" sitting at hole 11, so don't be too surprised. Nashville is a mecca for disc golf, and this is where those who play alot actually play. Enjoy! FYI there are 3 "bonus" holes between 6 and 7, 6I tee is past 6 basket to the left a little, 6II is to the left of 6I basket and 6III is next to the fairway of 6II. The basket of 6III is right by hole 7, so enjoy ALL of the course and test your metal!

by Kkmcgregor on Jul 8, 2012 at 8:40pm

Its a decent course with a wide variety of terrain. The only thing that ruined my experience is the group in front of me were dicks and there was quite a bit of graffiti on the signs when I was there a couple of months ago.

by The Quizzinator on Aug 12, 2010 at 11:19pm

Well-maintained course with lots of variety; challenging but not insanely difficult. Gets crowded at prime times. Changing pin placements help mix it up for regulars but can confuse occasional visitors. Signage is weathered and could use freshening.

by tnjace on Mar 18, 2010 at 1:25am

I have played many courses around the country and every course around Nashville; seven oaks is one of my favorites. Seven oaks offers varied terrain, tight wooded fairways, and many opportunities for birdies and aces(depending on basket position). Challenging, not super long, but long enough. The basket positions change often, and the course is maintained and kept beautiful by local players/volunteers. Lots of people come out, especially on sunny spring days, but its worth it. Great course. Thanks for all you do Dave Griffin!

by Coast on Mar 2, 2010 at 5:42pm

This is a well taken care of course. It has great layout with the option to start on the back side, at hole 11, just at the other end of the parking lot from hole 1. This gives one the opportunity to avoid waiting around for multiple groups to go off, as there is a constant flow of people coming out to play.

With 18 holes easy to follow around, and an additional three "intercourse" holes to choose from, this course gives one the ability to enjoy the challenge of wooded holes as well as fairly open holes, and offers a great time for the beginner or pro.

There are plenty of trash cans throughout the course, basket placements are rotated on a fairly regular basis, and there are single's and double's tournaments held weekly.

by LastBoyScout on Oct 27, 2009 at 5:28pm

This course is usually very crowded. not unusual to have a random person just appear in the fairway while you are trying to throw. bad news, that person is not a disc golfer but someone taking a stroll through the course thinking its a really weird walking trail with tee signs and some weird chain thingies.

this course is constantly taken care of and maintained, but some of the shots dont really have fairways, and the locals just accept the spray and pray mentality.