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About the Course
Berry's Treasure Disc Golf Course is an 18-hole disc golf course with signs, baskets and well-manicured lawns. The course is literally a putter's throw away from the ship channel, which adds to the scenery of the course. Berry's Treasure was designed by disc golf legend John Houck in 1991 and hosted the PDGA World Disc Golf Championships in 1994 and 1995.
18 Holes
grass Tees
Mach III Targets
Established 1991


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Players usually spend 2 hours here.

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Sep 18, 2022
"Mosquitos so bad. Needs new baskets. No fee boxes"
Aug 1, 2022
"No tee boxes, baskets need help. Some parked equipment makes you miss a couple holes. Could be a good course with some work put into it "
May 30, 2022
"Horrible maintenance, all baskets rusted out and leaning. Zero tee pads and all pins are almost completely knocked over, leaning, or not even there. Not to mention the mosquitoes, killed roughly 30 before hole 5. Quite obvious why PDGA hasn't been back. "
Mar 14, 2022
"Fun course, takes a while to figure out the layout. Some heavy equipment storage has taken out parts of holes 10, 11, and 12. Still course is now only 17 holes if you fudge it. The tee signs could use some updating as several trees and bushes on the signs are gone now"


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