A view from the pin at the first hole.
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Before You Go
Restricted Hours
Course generally opens the first week of July, depending on snow levels
Pay to Play
Other Fees
Lift ticket is $24/day or $69/season
Good Conditions
About the Course
Players take a ski lift to the lodge 2/3 up Mt. Bachelor, then play down to the bottom. Gorgeous views and steep drops on most throws make this an amazing experience. Leftover snow and terrain make it a tricky hike in the summer months, but almost all of it is downhill. Bring discs you don't mind losing or getting beat up on rocks, because they will.
18 Holes
rubber Tees
Mixed Use, Ski Area,
Established 2005
Dogs Allowed



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Players usually spend 1.5 - 2 hours here.

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Sep 10, 2022
"Hard Lava Rock Terrain, baskets are so far apart over ravines that you spend all day going up and down hills. Baskets have no marking so impossible to see from 450+ feet away. NOT worth the $26 lift ticket fee. Stay away. Even with hiking boots loose footing everything. Can’t say anything good."
Sep 4, 2022
"Great fun to throw discs down a mountain less fun to go and find them if it goes wrong. It took 15 mins to walk to the disc down one hole due to the steepness and lava rock that gives way. A fun experience but not something I’d necessarily do more than once or twice."
Aug 28, 2022
"Bring your least favorite discs. Tee boxes aren’t the greatest. Baskets are low quality. All in all, it’s a one time must. It’s a brutal hike down #footwear. Bring extra water, food, and beer. Overall it’s super fun. "
Aug 10, 2022
"Big mountainside rocky drops & gusty mountain winds make this the toughest but most beautiful course. We couldn’t find #11 & 12 tees."


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