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Disc Golf


COMMEMORATIVE INNOVA GOLF DISCS NOW AVAILABLE AT PARK OFFICE & CONCESSION STAND!


DX AVIAR PUTTER • DX LEOPARD • DX SHARK

$9.00 EACH
Our two disc golf courses designed by Russell Schwarz of INNOVA Disc Golf Design are open and ready for play. The
6 - hole Oak Hill course is specifically designed for beginners, children, and older adults. The circuit is relatively short yet interesting and most holes are located in the woods, offering plenty of shade. A mix of primary shot shapes help teach the fundamentals of the game. Modest elevation changes , reasonable fairway widths and hole lengths that vary from 150 - 270 feet make this short course ideal for mom and dad and the "stair step" kids. Play should last 30 - 45 minutes.



The 18 - hole "recreational" Crooked Creek course is deigned to provide the next level of challenge. Generally shots are more difficult to execute. The front (upper nine) is the shorter side with tighter fairways and some very dramatic elevation changes. All nine holes are located on densely wooded and shaded terrain. Creeks are in play on several holes and are out-of-bounds. Holes range in length from 111 feet (down a very steep grade with out-of-bounds behind the basket) to 345 feet. The back (lower nine) is much longer and requires more power than the front in order to score well. Hole lengths range from 156 - 453 feet. The back nine also places a premium on particular specialty shots in a few places to score well. Several holes feature mowing defined fairways with Johnson grass rough. Allow approximately 2 hours to complete 18 holes.


Course maps and score cards now available.

Watch for construction of our 18 - hole "championship" course.


Discs are available for purchase at the park office!


Click here for a map of the 18 hole course
Brothers John and Dave Allen of Climax  play the course on a regular basis. They say it needs more foot traffic and suggest more people come out and try it.

    

  


  
This is a first visit for Brandon Smith of Burlington and Philip Lawrence of Greensboro. Philip likes the beginners course and hopes it will introduce newcomers to the sport.

  

  

  
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