The course is open when the park is open. Typically the park opens at sunrise and has been closing at 8pm. Sometimes the hours vary depending on park staffing and sheriff availability.
$7 on Saturday and Sunday to drive into the park but many ways to always enter for free
Car parking $7 (cash only!) on weekends, but is free on weekdays. You can park at the Stoneview Nature Center on the weekends for free and take The Link shuttle to the course every 30 minutes for $.50 instead, also picks up at the metro station La Cienega - Jefferson if you want to GO METRO. Biking and walking in are always free and there is electric car charging next to the visitor center.
Rubber Mat, Concrete Tees
Mach X, DISCatcher Traveler, Black Hole Lite Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Drinking water available
Tee boxes do not exist for every hole. Nice scenery and clear pathways for shots.
Open and windy
Lots of wide open drives, though many similar shots. well maintained and easy to keep track of discs
Best 9 hole course you could find. Long drives and birdies don’t come easy. Lots of mixable layouts to get in 18 if you like.
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