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Permanently closed
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development meeting for park just finished designers say for public to voice opinion to reopen course call (303)706-3406 every1 please call!
11 months ago
About the course
This 18-hole disc golf course is free to the public. The $30,000 circuit was funded in part by a $15,000 joint venture grant from Jefferson County. Similar to regular golf, disc golf, also known as Frisbee golf, has been around since the 1970s. The game involves throwing a disk or Frisbee at a basket, trying to land your disc in the basket in the fewest number of throws. Each basket, or hole, is assigned a par value like traditional golf. The city contracted with Denver-based BADCO Disc Golf Club for design of the course, which begins near the City Park Lake, passes the soccer and softball fields and runs along Big Dry Creek. The course offers an average playing difficulty, with longer throwing distances to compensate for fewer trees and water hazards.
18 Holes
concrete Tees
Mixed use, Public park
Established 2003
Dogs allowed
Cart friendly

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Players usually spend 1.5 - 2 hours here.

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Aug 25, 2023
Is the course open yet does anyone know?
Oct 18, 2022
This use to be a great and challenging course. We should reach out to the city to have them reinstall all the baskets now that they are done with the 3-year project they had been doing to restore the area.
May 22, 2022
Why is this still posted to UDisc?
Nov 12, 2022
Finally played this after 16 years, given that I had some influence on the design. Some fun peninsula holes, up & down, and decent length. It appears that a 500’+ hole was recently downsized, apparently because some beginners were complaining about a long par 3. Bad move. Let them learn how to throw, don’t downgrade the course to suit a lesser skill level.


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