Parks and Recreation

Parks and Recreation

Disc Golf


Disc golf is played much like traditional golf. Instead of a ball and clubs, however, players use a flying disc, or Frisbee® The sport was formalized in the 1970's, and shares with "ball golf" the object of completing each hole in the fewest number of strokes (or, in the case of disc golf, fewest number of throws). A golf disc is thrown from a tee area to a target, which is the "hole". The hole can be one of a number of disc golf targets; the most common is called a Pole Hole® an elevated metal basket. As a player progresses down the fairway, he or she must make each consecutive shot from the spot where the previous throw has landed. The trees, shrubs, and terrain changes located in and around the fairways provide challenging obstacles for the golfer. Finally, the "putt" land in the basket and the hole is completed.

Disc golf shares the same joys and frustrations of traditional golf, whether it's sinking a long putt or hitting a tree halfway down the fairway. There are few differences, though. Disc golf rarely requires a greens fee, you probably won't need to rent a cart, and you never get stuck with a bad "tee time." Disc golf is designed to be enjoyed by people of all ages, male and female, regardless of economic status.


Disc Golf Courses


Jefferson Barracks Park - Situated on 25 acres of grassy hills beneath 200 year old hardwood trees, this course provides 18 DGA Mach III baskets w/ three tees per hole w/ tough pin placements The red tees are great for beginners ,the blue tees may be one of the hardest courses in the country. A double loop layout w/ front 9 & back 9 starting at Black hawk shelter.

Sioux Passage - 30 acres of majestic rolling hills sport 18 DGA Mach III baskets w/ three sets of tees & multiple pin placements. Long open shots w/ dense woods guarding the fairways , some pins are tucked in the woods. From the blue tees to the long pin placements the course is over 9000ft.This park has very plush grass everywhere a scenic beauty, don’t miss if in town.

Creve Coeur - St. Louis’ second Disc Golf course is located on 40 scenic acres of park land across from Creve Coeur Lake. This course is very flat a great course for beginners or handicap people. Three sets of tee offs. The long course is very challenging.

Endicott - This 18 hole course is another McCormack design. The three tee placements make this course enjoyable for the novice player to the most experienced pro. The 15 acres of rolling hills with large trees make this a beautiful course. Long open shots and tight wooded holes make this course a perfect training ground to develop your skills.