Top 10 Best Disc Golf Courses Every Disc Golfer Should Visit in 2022
As a disc golfer, you have probably wondered where to get the best and top disc golf courses across the USA. Or you're planning to take a road trip to enjoy some of the best course destinations. Fortunately, we have listed for you the top 10 best disc golf courses every golfer should visit this year.
1. Flip City Disc Golf Park - Shelby, Michigan
Flip City Disc Golf Park is among the highly famous and rated courses in the entire county. This course is privately owned, but you can play unlimited times for only $5 a day.
Even better, women and kids under 11 years old play for free. This 24-hole course features elevation variations, technical shots, impeccable greens, name it all!
It will challenge any player, which is why it has become a final destination course for players all around the country. 2 sets of tees, 24-holes, and no reason not to try out this remarkable course!
Image from Flip City Disc Golf Park Facebook Page
2. Selah Ranch, Lakeside Creekside - Talco, Texas
Selah Ranch in Talco, Texas, is another high-quality, competition-level course. It is a home of two; Lakeside & Creekside courses are different, but you can play on both for $25.
This is relatively cheap considering you'll be playing on a 36-holes disc course. The courses have DISCatcher baskets and concrete tees, combined with the wooden features to give you ultimate fun.
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3. Harmon Hills- Fall Branch, Tennessee
This incredible course is located south of Tennessee state. Harmon Hills is a 27-hole private course featuring DISCatcher baskets over several wooded and open holes. The concrete tee pads are well built to give you challenging shots. The course cost is $10 per day or a yearly membership of $100.
Image from Harmon Hills DGC Facebook Page
4. Harmony Bends DGC -Columbia, Missouri
Designed in 2016 and situated in Strawn Park is the elegant, 18-hole public golf course. The course offers recreation fun and competition quality to golfers for free.
This scenic course consists of wooden holes and rolling hills visible from the concrete pads as you tee off. More interestingly, many holes have three different tees based on your expertise, and many holes give reward/high-risk shots for a stimulating, fun time.
Image from Harmony Bends Website
5. Maple Hill- Leicester, Massachusetts
Heading to Massachusetts state, you will find Maple Hill course, a leading and one of the best courses in the US. The course is popular for hosting the popular MVP open annually.
This interesting, 18-hole course comes with a little of everything, including; elongated holes, wooded shots, fields, elevation variations and ponds. More so, it will only cost you as low as $10 to enjoy the course.
Image from Maple Hill Facebook Page
6. Bucksnort DGC- Pine, Colorado
As you head towards Colorado, you will encounter this attractive Bucksnort Disc Golf Course. Here, you are sure to enjoy the views of the scenery and wildlife. The terrain features unique rock formations that guarantee elevation changes and challenging shots.
The only shortcoming of this course is you need a membership to play. Fortunately, you can pay for a one-day membership of $20 as a group of four.
Image from Bucksnort DGC Facebook Page
7. Blue Ribbon Pines- Minnesota
This is a scenic, 27-hole private course you should consider visiting. The course is largely flat but needs utmost accuracy because many holes are designed with narrow lines to the basket through mixed woods and tall pines.
Even more interesting, 13-holes have water hazards. This course is very well-groomed in your favor, and you will take the challenging rounds from concrete tee pads.
Image from Blue Ribbon Pines Website
8. Idlewild- Burlington, Kentucky
Next on our list is the amazing and extremely difficult Idlewild Course. Many visitors refer to the course as the utmost difficult course. You should hence go ready to shoot.
This 24-hole scenic course is located in Idlewild Park and is accessible to the public for free. It provides a mixture of wooded and open rounds, but needs pinpoint accuracy and utmost precision to play.
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9. Rollin Ridge -Reedsville, Wisconsin
We cannot miss out on the Rollin Ridge course in this list. The course has 18-holes with Mach X baskets. The pins are well scattered across clear and forested fields with challenging artificial structures designed irregularly to give a unique look and increase difficulty.
Each hole features three tee-off locations based on your skills level. The private course charges just $5 a day and about $80 for a yearly pass when it comes to pricing.
Image from Rollin Ridge Disc Golf Course Facebook
10. Hawk Hollow- Spotsylvania, Virginia
If you are seeking an interesting, challenging disc golf course in an elegantly rustic setting, you will like the Hawk Hollow course. This 18-hole course has long and wide to short and tight open holes.
The course also features massive elevation changes rare in this area and a stream of around 20ft in width and about a foot in depth which is regularly in play. It also serves as a cattle farm, so watch out.
Image from Hawk Hollow Disc Golf Course Facebook Page
There you have it! Make sure to check out these top 10 disc golf courses in the US.
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