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Coarse Course is a community map for the Brawl Ball event.


The map is bush infested with a rather open center. The overabundance of bushes creates a very specific meta for this map. The ball starts between two L-like wall clusters trapping it inside with bushes bordering right outside this formation. The side lane bush clusters are separated from each other through a thin barrel barrier. The map itself is diagonally symmetrical.


  • Brawlers should assume enemies aren't hiding in their team's bushes as they move in, the barrel barrier is very effective at splitting the teams apart.
  • The lack of a goal barrier makes direct shots very common on this map. Trick-shots using the fencing to the sides of the goal is another option.
  • Poco, Pam, and Emz should stay close to the middle lane where they have more room to pressure enemy Brawlers. Poco and Pam need to be supported by either a heavyweight or burst Brawler that can block direct goals.
  • The right lane has access to the center wall formations which short-ranged Brawlers need for cover.
  • The bushes pose a disadvantage for sharpshooters that take the risk to head into the enemy team's bushes. Brock's Super can separate the bush clusters further, greatly increasing their viability.
  • Brawlers with a spread attack like Pam or Gene are useful for this map because they can scout the bushes and have a high chance of hitting someone hiding there.


  • On 29/08/19, Coarse Course was added to the game.
  • On 16/11/19, Coarse Course was featured in the Brawl Stars World Finals 2019 as a Finals map against NOVA Esports vs Animal Chanpuru.
  • On 17/03/20, Coarse Course was removed from the game.
  • On 01/03/22, Coarse Course was added back to the game.
  • On 27/04/22, Coarse Course was removed from the game.
  • On 12/12/23, Coarse Course was added back to the game.