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

Course Details

Course Type: Permanent
# Holes: 18
Target Type: DISCatcher
Tee Type: Concrete
Elevation: Some Low Hills
Foliage: Scattered
Course Length: 7,940ft
Alternate Length: 0ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 6 | 300 - 400ft: 5 | Over 400ft: 7


240 east to Walnut Grove. East to a left on Farm Rd., then bear right into park. Follow Pine Rd., bearing left to course on left. Park at north side by amphitheater for 1st tee. Added parking at 9 and 15. Restrooms at Ranger Station.


Phone: 901-219-7845

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Official Event Layouts

Copper Hills Classic 2017


Gold layout

  • Holes: 18
  • Length: 8,326 ft.
  • Par: 61
Round 1
  • Divisions: MA1, MA2, MA3, MG1, MM1, MPO
Round 2
  • Divisions: MA1, MA2, MA3, MG1, MM1, MPO

Course Reviews

by Leeeroy on Apr 25, 2014 at 2:28pm

Wow, I'm really surprised that no one has reviewed this course, it has BUFFALO!!! Well, not on the course, but there is a single fence between you and a herd of bison! I think that's pretty awesome aaand wierd and random. The course layout is pretty good with a decent amount of up, down and around shots varying from a few short shots up and over a hill to one straight wide open bomb. It's a blast to play. The tee's are a little funky because they're short from the standard size so your run-up needs to either start before you step on it or finish off of the concrete tee in front of it. They are pretty cool tee's in that they put engraved bricks of sponsors or who they dedicate the hole to, actually in the tee pad, but they should have sprung for the extra yard of concrete and made them to standard size. The course has a few challenges in figuring out where some of the holes are and where your next tee pad is. There are signs at every tee. With that said, they are mostly hand made signs, which are very cool one-of-a-kinds but not always the most helpful when they move the basket or the landscape is not like the picture from groundskeepers changing things up. (Cutting down a major tree!) I think the main thing they could do is put in a few next tee signs or a small note on the basket to help out those playing it for the first time. I walked the course before playing and generally thats a solid practice but if you dont have the time, you want to get out and play and not be frustrated trying to find the next hole or basket. There is definitely some water in play and after a heavy rain I could imagine it could be A LOT of water in play, but I didn't have any issues and it rained the night before. There are two small ponds along a few shots and also a small creek behind/along the few shots that are across the road from the majority of the course. If you don't get into the shrubs you would never even know it was there, but you WILL NOT get your disc if you throw into this body of water without taking a big likelyhood chance of getting bit. The water is that dark stagnant color and looks deep, yeah that's a big ol NOPE if I throw in there. A $10-15 disc is totally theirs and they can have it. The park offers a lot of different outdoors activities and is worth a look-see. The hole par-scale that they suggest is very par-able and if you play a lot you might just stick with the par 3 rule, and if you don't play a lot, stick to their suggestions and you're going to feel like you played the best day of your life and your dream of playing pro might not just be a dream. hahaha! I gave it 5 chains because it's such a fun course. I could see a major tourney played here if it hasn't already. The setting is spread out for the most part and there is a good variety of wide open to more controlled shots. This is not a very wooded course and if that's your game Shelby State Park or Latimer Lakes will fit your bill perfectly. This course will challenge your longer game drives and approaches. After you're all done with the course there are hammocks set up across the road and also down by the lake that you can chill out in and recap how awesome you did. Maybe walk down to the buffalo or to the boathouse that is supposed to have a wide selection of DG discs. They were closed when I played, so I can't speak to that but this course was a great experience and one that I will play over and over when I come back to Memphis. FYI the grass is pretty darn tall and I don't know if that's the norm or not, so when you bomb it with your drive, keep an eye on it or you might spend a while searching for your disc. Have fun!