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Pay to Play
$5 day pass, $75 annual pass
Fair Conditions
About the Course
Daily and Annual passes fund biweekly mowing costs and course improvement projects. Thanks for supporting the Slough! Purchase a pass by scanning the QR code on the sign by Hole 1 or by visiting: **** **** **** **** Practice area includes 2 veteran baskets, a marksman basket, 2 warm up nets with concrete pads, and a 500’ driving range. Restroom unavailable during winter season. **** **** **** **** OUT OF BOUNDS & SAFETY RULES See tee signs for hole OB rules. All throws landing below the top edge of the slough bed regardless of being OB or not may take 1 meter of relief from the top edge of the slough for safety purposes. A player only receives a penalty stroke if the disc is surrounded by water or across the slough. **** **** **** **** LEAGUES Saturdays and Sundays Flex start | Must have at least 3 players per card A, B, C, and Womens Pools $8 entry for annual pass holders $10 entry for non-annual pass holders $2 from non-annual pass holder entry goes to LFDC. $8 from both entry fee types goes to payouts. Pay per round. Play as many rounds as you’d like. Join via UDisc under the “Events” tab. League Director - James Fleege Entry fees payable to LFDC: PayPal - **** **** **** **** In 2023, the City of Lincoln will be building a public bike trail through the park along with a permanent bridge near holes 7 & 12 connecting the two sections of the course. Upon completion, additional trees will be planted throughout the course.
18 Holes
Concrete Tees
Veteran Targets
Mixed Use, Public Park
Established 2021
Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
No Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available


James Fleege 402-805-9926

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Mar 13, 2023
"This is a very tough and long course. There is an awesome diversity of holes from long open bombers to short wooded putter shots. "
Mar 4, 2023
"Good course. About 65% of tee shots are best with a forehand. Rough is very rough "
Feb 25, 2023
"Beal Slough has a large variety of just challenging enough drives and elevation changes to bring the variety to a new level. The layout is a bit hard to understand at first. There are two tee-pad options at the moment, which are enough for an intermediate player like me, but could be difficult for beginner players. The upkeep on this course is fantastic and will only continue to get better I assume. Some of the roughs are brutal, with thorns and ticks, but this is a newer course."
Feb 13, 2023
"Excellent, well maintained course. Challenging, but beautiful holes, that will keep you coming back for more. Do your best to keep your discs in play as there is some poison ivy in the OB brush. "


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