Hole #18 middle of fairway to basket
Hole #18 TeepadHole #17 middle of fairway to basketHole #17 slight right doglegHole #17 teepad
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Before You Go
Other Fees
No fees. Free to public
Good Conditions
Tee-pads recently lengthened, stone still settling, but a good improvement. Grass recently mowed
4 days ago
About the Course
The South Shore Recreational Area Disc Golf Course is a 18 hole course with holes through open fields and densely wooded areas. It is a beginner friendly course with a few challenging holes for the more advanced players.
18 Holes
Gravel Tees
Veteran Targets
Mixed Use, Public Park
Established 2021
Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available


Brad McElheny brad.t.mcelheny@usace.army.mil

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Jun 3, 2023
"Probably my favorite course in the area. Good mix of throwing lines, fairway shapes, minimal amount of interaction with other nearby features. Handful of "lucky" throw holes and one awkward walk up a creek bed stopped me from giving it 5 stars, also makes using a cart very difficult. Tee pads are great. Signs are good. Could use Mando markers, and maybe next tee signs too? But I love it anyway. Would recommend. "
Jun 3, 2023
"Great course. The guys who built this park utilized a smaller space to make a pretty interesting course with some neat shots. Tee pads could use a little work. Overall, great experience."
May 30, 2023
"This is a fun course and I always enjoy playing it. Mostly open with some shot shaping, and the wooded holes are rather tight. If I want to turn up the difficulty level and challenge myself, then I play that the high grass is OB. It’s nice to have that flexibility. However, the pars are not accurate and there is a weird mando hole (12) that subtract a bit from the experience. "
May 21, 2023
"Would be a 5 star course. However, tee pads are too short and the hole signs are blocking an approach to the tee. They should be moved off tee box and off to the side out of the way."


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