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I am happy to announce that the original course is back in play. There still remains some cleaning to be done, but the majority of limbs have been cleared from the course. Also the front side has dried enough to allow for play on it, let's hope it remains that way. Come on out and get tuned up for the Rose Festival Tournament.
See what the course looked like!! >>> Ice Damage Pictures
Visit the Govan course when you get a chance, Shade and the guys have done a great job there.
ODGC Mission Statement
The mission of the Orangeburg Disc Golf Club is to serve itís members through organizing and hosting tournament activities, overseeing the course, providing merchandise, and participating in outreach activities that promote the growth of disc golf in the immediate area as well as the surrounding region.
Summer 2003 - Part 2
The original front nine is back in place. Though there have been a few changes, it plays as good, or better than before. The city is also in the process of improving some of the holes on the back nine. Come on out and tell us what you think.
Due to the enormous rainfall totals in the area this year we have been forced to close the original front nine. The city provided additional land across from the back nine to allow us to place a "new" front nine there. A number of our members worked hard on the layout of this nine and getting it ready for play. Kudos to Shade, Joey, Chris, and the others who assisted in accomplishing this task.
We are glad you have stopped in. We welcome you and extend an invitation to come and play the City of Orangeburg's new 18 hole disc golf course. The course was officially opened on April 5th, 2002. It has added a wonderful venue for disc golf, and a new brand of enjoyment for area residents.
The course, designed by Harold Duval, is a jewel in Orangeburg's already excellent Parks and Recreation facilities. Its location in the Edisto Memorial Gardens provides a scenic backdrop for a relaxing afternoon of golf. The course winds through decades old moss-draped cypress and pine trees on the front side, which demands accuracy off the tee pads. The back is longer, but mostly wide open, for the grip-it and rip-it crowd. Bring your best putts, because there are some man-made elevated holes that will present additional challenges on the back.
We hope to see you soon.
Questions? Suggestions? Email us!
This page was last updated on 04/22/04.