The Shoally Creek DGC was established in 2008 and initially designed by Innova’s Harold Duvall and Russell Schwarz. The course was redesigned twice; first in 2011 due to the encroachment of housing developments and then again in 2013 due to the addition of athletic fields and tennis courts. The course utilizes Innova DISCatcher Pro28 targets.
Shoally is a moderately wooded course with many holes featuring OB from the creek and two retention ponds. It is widely considered Hub City’s most versatile course, as it includes multiple tee pads on every hole and two playable baskets on half of the course. The longest version, Shoally Longs (6,818 ft.), is one of the toughest layouts in the southeast. The combinations of 10/11 long and 17/18 long contribute to make this a formidable layout. Hole 14, the course’s signature hole, features one of the newest additions to the course: a basket hanging from a steel beam atop a stone column that was once used for the park’s entrance sign.