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Hole 2/17 basketHole 6/13 basket with arrows to next teeHole 11 teeHole 10 tee
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About the Course
Covid student time out has offered time for grounds improvement by the local players to eradicate all of the poison ivy, and all but four sticker bushes need snipping down. The once “last on the list” course is coming back, 2021 looks wonderful good for PG to be back to what it once was. Posts have been augured in, and signage is the next step and in the works. Next tee signs (with hole numbers) are suspended under each basket. There is talk of concrete pads, but negotiations with BCPS will be needed to take place. The trees in the 10-11 holes are coming in nicely, adding just enough challenge but not inhibitors. The field of said holes is cut down to a respectable height to satisfy the players and nature lovers. Players have “fielders choice” for hole 1-18, right or left, as there are two baskets to utilize ( the only holes that offers such). Caution when sports are allowed back in society, as the early/later holes wrap around ballfields, but that only improves attention to release point. This course, even with all the improvements, will work your all around game, if you get a birdie here, a celebration is well deserved, but be careful, with a creek, dog-legs(right and left), mando’s, narrow tunnel drives, it can wash any smirks off quickly, and tell you who’s boss. Tons of parking, walk down hill between the pool and tennis, and your at tee one. The woods come into play on most holes after the first few, great challenges but not impossible for pars (all but two are par-3), the course has come a long way, great for a family outing or pro’s to test their game. Once signage arrives, PG will become super user friendly and we believe you will enjoy your time playing. This is a back and forth, ( shared baskets )although it feels 100% like 18 , as no tee pads are used twice, so be courteous to players that may be throwing in your direction, a wee bit of patience would be in order(and you may meet a few new friends while waiting). Cart friendly, albeit a steep/slanted hill on 4/16. It can get crowded on nice warm days, as players are starting to see the improvements, again patience, the course is now fun again. If you can throw an even score, or just a few over par, your a disc golf hero, this is not a silly school yard course, it will test your every strength, and expose you’re weakness’s, but with the ivy and briars a thing of the past, you should find PG not only capable of a great day on the links, but offering fun for all, while one of the most challenging.
18 Holes
Concrete, Dirt, Outdoor Carpet, Grass Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original), DISCatcher Pro (28 chains), Mach V, Black Hole Pro, DISCatcher Pro 24 Targets
Mixed Use,
Established 1981
Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
No Drinking Water Available
No Restroom Available


Pete Forrest

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Players usually spend 1.5 - 2.5 hours here.

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Oct 22, 2022
"Rough has lots of thorns, tee pads are dirt, but the lines are fun"
Sep 28, 2022
"Nice course technical with low ceilings "
Sep 5, 2022
"Blind shots on shared baskets when more than 3 groups on course make it hard to relax and enjoy the game at this course. You really need to keep your head on a swivel when playing here because some people don’t use proper etiquette to warn of incoming discs or simply check to see if it’s clear and safe to throw. It can be fun with a max of like two groups on course, but I’ve also had close calls with discs and never heard warnings."
Sep 5, 2022
"This course is honestly pretty good. Nicer than I expected"


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