New practice basket just north of hole one, opposite of the round about.  Hope you can all enjoy this and see when the backup clears on hole 1 from here :)
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Fair Conditions
Tee pads are cleared but still a little slick.
About the Course
Well groomed fairways with a great mix of trees. The course is the first and currently only course in the St. Paul metro. The original 9-Holes were Mach III and the course was designed by Billie Ashton May/1988. The course was expanded to a 12 hole layout in 1989. In 2006, Highland Park went through a park renovation upgrade and the course was downsized back to 9-hole layout and redesigned by Tony McGibbon. The Highland Park disc golf course has been a popular metro course for well over 30 years and was upgraded and expanded to 18-holes in June/2018. The 18-hole expansion added Prodigy baskets and was redesigned by Cale Leiviska.
18 Holes
Concrete, Dirt Tees
Prodigy T1 (Pro DG T1) Targets
Mixed Use, Public Park
Established 1988
Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available


Billie Ashton (952-217-7266)

Course Traffic

Players usually spend 1 - 2 hours here.

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Dec 2, 2022
"Hard to find discs "
Nov 27, 2022
"Easy, well maintained course. Most of the holes are just straight. Signage is terrible, tiny tee signs that are hard to see and missing on some holes. Very hard to find next tee in many places especially since alot of holes are very close to each other. Have to walk through the fairway of other holes to get to the next hole a couple times."
Nov 4, 2022
"Confusing layout. No signage. Holes had the wrong distance. Crossed some fairways. Overall a decent park course. Could use a little help."
Oct 30, 2022
"Crossing fairways and slow/large groups are the biggest complaint. Distances are not accurate from tee signs. "


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