Cline Butte from hole 4/5
Cline Falls by hole 10 & 11Deschutes River off hole 8Hole 3Park here - don't use Google Maps — it'll lead you down an inaccessible, abandoned road.
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Before You Go
Object Course
Tones. 3 No. 10 cans
Good Conditions
Attn! #15 pin has moved so there isn't a blind shot over the walking path. For players new to this course, baskets are coffee cans on wood
About the Course
Awesome layout that tours you through Cline Falls BLM land. Played in the juniper and along the river. Relatively easy to follow. Park on the north east side of the bridge and take the path at the end of the guardrail that leads up to the abandoned road. Follow the old road to the first tee. The first tee (and all tees) are numbered with a blue square. Rock arrows at the bottom of each pin point you to the next tee. This land is shared with hikers and dog walkers. Keep an eye out for pedestrians on the course. Help keep the land clean! Carry out all trash and help remove trash left behind by partying high schoolers. Try to fill a pocket with trash or broken glass everytime.
18 Holes
dirt Tees
Tones. 3 No. 10 cans Targets
Mixed Use
Established 2010
Dogs Allowed

Contact

clinefallsdgc@gmail.com

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Players usually spend 2 hours here.

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tylerjones26
@tylerjones26
Sep 9, 2022
4.5
"Only thing not making it 5 stars is there is tons of broken glass on the course. Otherwise awesome course!"
falkor16
@falkor16
Aug 15, 2022
3.0
"Fun course. Although it is difficult to navigate and difficult terrain. "
jonzee23
@jonzee23
Aug 7, 2022
3.0
"Nice course, challenging in spots with rugged terrain. Definitely not for folks with any mobility issues. No baskets but otherwise a nice challenge. "
majormajorx2
@majormajorx2
Apr 18, 2022
4.5
"Fun course with a nice mix of hard and easy holes perfect for an intermediate player ready to escape the dry canyon. Much much cleaner than it once was but please fill a pocket when you are on the course. Disc golfers and hikers keep this area clean with no outside assistance."

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