Redbone Road Disc Golf Course

On the advice of James and Colin, Kelly and I played the Redbone Road disc golf course in Vicksburg, MS. This is a private course at someone’s house. It is very fun and very cool. The property has interesting elevation changes and the owner’s love of the game really shines. This is an awesome course. If you play disc golf for fun, you should play this course. It is very short, but challenging. If you play disc golf for reasons other than fun, you should probably get a life.

The course is a work in progress. The owner said he is updating to Innova baskets and that he has changed tee pads to accommodate his neighbor’s desires to not have discs hitting their houses.  The tee pads are natural, but are all very well done and grippy. You really do need to see what one person can do if they really want to.

Red bones decorate the welcome center of the Redbone Road DGC. The owner expects you to sign in, and it is interesting to see how many people from all over have played this course.

Red bones decorate the welcome center of the Redbone Road DGC. The owner expects you to sign in, and it is interesting to see how many people from all over have played this course.

Thanks for the tip James and Colin!

Thanks for the tip James and Colin!

Home made basket on hole #3. This basket type is on hole #1 and #9 also - catches fine!

Home made basket on hole #3. This basket type is on hole #1 and #9 also – catches fine!

The tee markers are simple, but effective. Don't let the short length fool you - this is a wicked dog leg to the right with the basket surrounded by ravines. I shot a bogey. 17 Feb 2014 Kelly Tindall photo

The tee markers are simple, but effective. Don’t let the short length fool you – this is a wicked dog leg to the right with the basket surrounded by ravines. I shot a bogey. The shorter blue tee is visible ahead. 17 Feb 2014 Kelly Tindall photo

The #7 basket is made of copper tubing - first time I have ever seen that! 17 Feb 2014 Kelly Tindall photo

The #7 basket is made of copper tubing – first time I have ever seen that! On this hole I bounced my drive off of a tree into the pond, but was able to get it with a stick. 17 Feb 2014 Kelly Tindall photo

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