Hole #3
View of sign at the course.View of hole 1 basket.View of hole 5 basket near the creek.Map of course, will need to navigate
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About the Course
Snell-Crawford, built in 1976, is one of the first 25 disc golf courses in the US. It is a very tight and technical 9-hole course that will have the best of disc golfers using all the shots they have in their arsenal, so even though the course won't max out an experienced player's arm strength, they'll still face plenty of challenges, as three holes force you to shoot over Soldier Creek, which winds through the park like a snake, feasting on discs for over 30 years. Loved by locals and those who find themselves playing disc golf in Fort Dodge, for whatever reason.
9 Holes
concrete Tees
New Targets
Established 1976

Contact

Joshua Knutson jknutsondiscgolf@me.com

Course Traffic

Players usually spend 1 - 3.5 hours here.

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gimerjo
@gimerjo
Sep 22, 2022
3.0
"No tee signs, kinda hard to navigate even with UDisc. Pretty fun layout"
matthewjass1
@matthewjass1
Jul 22, 2022
5.0
"As of right now the course in on amazing shape freshly cut and fresh mulch I’ve course hasn’t been better than this in a while hole 2 tee is facing incorrect direction but other than that it is pretty easy to follow. Go play this course! Forget about past experiences this is a super fun challenging layout "
jdwires
@jdwires
Jun 30, 2022
4.0
"I really wish there were signs by the tee pads to help with navigation. Not very cart friendly, but still doable. The tree pad on hole 9nhas a pretty big drop-off behind it that seems a bit sketchy. Despite all those this, the park is beautiful and the course is a lot of fun. Well worth the drive. Hope to play it again soon."
baileyannw
@baileyannw
May 27, 2022
2.5
"Should have a sign at the bottom of hole 3 “to keep an eye out for disc golfers” for the kids playing in the water"

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