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Disc Golf Course

There is a new addition to the Highway 19 Sports Complex. New concrete slabs and poles with hanging chains and baskets are part of the new disc golf course known as the 19th Green.

Disc golf is a sport much like traditional golf. Instead of clubs and golf balls, players use specialty discs that resemble small frisbees and are classified as drivers, mid-range, and putters. The large baskets that now surround the Sports Complex on Highway 19 are the targets for these discs, and the object is to get from the new concrete tee pads to the basket in as few shots as possible. The new course features 18 holes, all par 3s, with varying terrain. The tee pads are all concrete that face toward the target basket. The baskets themselves are the top of the line, Innova Disc Golf, 28-chain baskets. There is no charge to play and the course is open to the public from dawn until dark.


Golf Discs can cause serious injury. Never throw when players or park users are within range. Always give park users the right – of – way. Be aware of your surroundings and the environment.

Disc Golf - Object of the Game

To play each hole in the fewest throws (strokes) possible. The player with the lowest total strokes at the end of 18 holes wins the game.

Guidelines for Play

Each hole begins at the concrete tee box. Subsoquent throws (strokes) are made from the place where the disc comes to rest (the lie). The player who is furthest from the target throws first. The hole is completed when the disc is supported by the target’s basket or chains. Tee off order on the next hole is determined by the player’s score on the previous hole. Lowest score tees off first.

Basic Rules of the Game

A player must have a supporting point behind his lie and in line with the target when the disc is released. A “run-up” and a follow through are allowed unless the disc is within 10 yards of the target. Any shot within 10 yards of the target requires that the player not move past the lie until the disc is released. Casual relief is allowable if the disc comes to rest in an unsafe location.

Courtesy & Etiquette
  • Remain quiet and avoid unnecessary movement when others are throwing.
  • Start behind the player who is throwing until the throw is complete.
  • Remove your disc from the target after completing the hole.
  • Allow faster groups to play through when possible.
  • Respect the course! Place trash in the provided receptacles. Do not alter trees or bushes.
  • Vandalizing targets, signs or park property is a serious offense. Don’t do it!

Below are links to each of the holes on the new disc golf course. The links will open in a separate window.

Hole #1

Hole #2

Hole #3

Hole #4

Hole #5

Hole #6

Hole #7

Hole #8

Hole #9

Hole #10

Hole #11

Hole #12

Hole #13

Hole #14

Hole #15

Hole #16

Hole #17

Hole #18