Community course, but privately maintained by the local disc golf club. All holes are par three. Front nine focused on grass and open areas; exception is hole 6, a very difficult hole if you are going for a Birdie (one under par). The back nine is designed to be tough; we call it the "Outback Nine." Lots of trees and hills. A spotter is highly recommended. A nine hole, all 2-par, putting course starts behind course sign. Park sits below the Suncrest saddle/pass, so wind is frequently blowing. Heavier discs are recommended. Several tournaments are held during the year. Look up course on Facebook, Google, or Yelp for details. Note: Layout was limited by confined space, retaining good neighbor relationships, and the desire for 18 holes. if you have realistic suggestions, send to designer/course contact.
Asphalt, Brick/Pavers, Dirt, Concrete, Rubber Mat, Grass, Gravel Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original), Disc & Target Set Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Drinking water available
Brandon Balkman, 891-419-9610, Brandon@Ballkman.comhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/1491154887789454
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Good place to lose a disc. Some fun holes tho
Some holes are just straight silly
Fun front 9 for beginners. A few holes with a little challenge but not too much. Most holes are pretty open but a few are in wooded areas so best to have a spotter.
This is my local course. Love throwing here year round! The grounds keeper keeps this course is constantly doing upkeep on the course and it shows! Come throw Beacon!
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