This course features beautiful water crossings for players using the long tees but allows newer players using the red tees to avoid the water crossings and help build their confidence. Weaving throughout Jubilee Park this course shows off a small part of the beginning of the Camrose valley and features a mix of semi open and treed holes that utilizes elevation changes to test all parts of a players game. Starting near a family friendly playground and picnic this site provides a great family experience. New this summer is improved signage and concrete tees. Join our Facebook group at Camrose Disc Golf Scene for the latest league and course information.
Prodigy T2 (T2) Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Drinking water available
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Awesome layout. Blues are perfect for 900 rating golf. Some arrows from the basket to the next tee would be premium. No reason to change anything though.
Great start. Signs need to be pit on the other side. Slightly confusing with some long baskets
This course keeps getting better! The tee pads are huge and fantastic, the course has been cleaned up a lot and the elevation brings some fun variety to the shots on this course. The alternate layouts with same colour baskets make it a bit confusing but the signage is really good so that helps. Definitely worth the stop.
Course is on the side of a hill. The only hole without an elevation change is a short hole through a narrow path in the forest. There is a creek running through here so bring a retriever just in case. Beginner tees are very easy and the harder tees are perfect. Easily the best 9 hole course within an hours drive of Edmonton. Some long holes have long grass to contend with but it’s not too bad.
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