Wooded and Open course with both black and red tees to challenge advanced and beginner players. Anybody interested in volunteering with the design of the Back 9 join Innisfail Disc Golf on Facebook!
Concrete, Dirt Tees
DiscGolfPark Pro Target Targets
Mixed use, Public park
No drinking water available
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One of the best 9 hole courses in Alberta. With more, consistent maintenance - this is easily a 4.5/5. Great mix of holes, right amount of challenge. Really good tee pads and signs.
Google Maps sent me to entirely the wrong place, but I got there! Park at Centennial Park and head up the path (right), pass the bench on the left after the last gazebo and take the stoned path on the right, tee 1 is to the left in the trees (wasn't super easy to find for a poor navigator like myself!). Great course with a fun variety of shots. Some dense undergrowth to contend with if you go off the side, so be careful! Wouldn't be a great course for a beginner, but is very fun for those with a bit more experience. I'm not particularly good, but it really pushed me to think about my shots and I liked that. Hole maps at tees are very accurate and easy to read. I would have struggled to find some of the next tees without Udisc though. Footing can be rough when it opens up after the wooded areas. Definitely preferred this course to Sylvan Lake. Overall, if I was heading up North again I would absolutely take a detour out of my trip to go and play this course. Challenging in the right way. Definitely worth a day trip for those who live closer (like Calgary).
Maybe the time of year but worst mosquitoes I have ever experienced. Hard to just pause to throw.
Awesome course. Holes 2, 3, 6, and 8 really stood out as unique designs that are hard to find all at one course!
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