Pay to play
$5 per 9-hole loop
Disc golfers tee off from the golf blue tees to two sets of baskets: orange (short) and blue (long). Designed by John Biscoe and Mike Sullivan.
Prodigy T3 (T3) Targets
Mixed use, Golf course, Public park
Drinking water available
Challenging course co-located with a Par 3 gold course. Great, challenging basket locations. Course upkeep is poor. Golf greens had tons of brown spots. Bunkers were full of grass. At least it was well mowed. Club needed flags to mark DG tees.
Cost is steep for the quality of the experience. Teeing areas are currently just whiskers on the ground, with no pads of any kind. Some are sandy/lumpy and risk injury. No disc golf tee signs so you need to do your own wayfinding, and it doesn’t help that some baskets are hidden. At least the grounds are maintained (for golf) and the elevation and pin placements add interest.
Check in process can be very burdensome if you get the wrong employee. Very solid course otherwise. Great for practicing placement shots.
Great course. Open and good OB.
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