Camping: no
Facilities: yes
Pay to Play: no
Handicap Accessible: no
Private: no
Tee Signs: yes

Course Details

# Holes: 18
Target Type: Mach New II
Tee Type: Rubber
Elevation: 50/50 Flat/Hills
Foliage: Mixed - Trees/Open
Course Length: 4,950ft
Alternate Length: 0ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 10 | 300 - 400ft: 7 | Over 400ft: 1

Directions

I-5; Exit #228 (Hwy 34) west to Hwy 99W. Go north 7.7 miles to a right on NE Arnold Ave., 0.4 mile to entrance on left. 1st tee at board.

Contact

Email: Jay Sexton
Contact Phone #1: 541-929-5452

Course Map

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Course Reviews

Rated
by teergas on Jun 16, 2011 at 9:15am

Adiar park to me is one of the best parks in Oregon. Holes one through 5 are fairly open only hole 4 is a blind right to left into a pretty heavily wood section about 50ft - 70ft to the basket depending on basket position. Hole 6 is where the wooded technical part of the course begins hole 6&7 are short but the trees are stacked which makes it difficult to find just the right line. Hole 8 is not super long hiezer shot for righties or anhiezer for lefties, there is a creek that runs down the right side of this hole that normally has water in it depending on what time of the year you are playing. Holes 9&10 are wooded and technical as well 9 is a straight shot throughout the trees and 10 is up the path either over the burm or to the left on the bottom of the hill. After ten you come out in the open again, this does not mean the tough shots are over hopefully your arm is warmed up and your putts are on. Depending on basket positions there are 2 holes over 400ft 18 is a big one but elevated. The others are semi technical and range from 250ft-375ft again there are two basket positions on every hole I believe hole 14 has three different positions all of those blind shots dog leg right. I love this course this was one of the courses I learned to play on and I enjoy my round there every time.

Rated
by dionarlyn on Feb 12, 2010 at 7:51am

Adair Disc GOlf course is a wonderful setting for both casual and competetive play. As the second and more dificult of two courses in the Corvallis area, this course gets played by local club members and other serious golfers. Weekly leagues and frequent sanctioned tournaments occur throughout the year. The front nine is technical and challenging, forcing players to hit their lines and make their three-saves should they find trouble off the tee. The back nine is more open and expansive, allowing big arms to unleash on a series of elevated holes. The course is well groomed and taken very good care of by the local club (Willamette Disc Golf Club), and the county parks operators. Course record currently stands at a -12, shot by local pro, Nate Sexton.

Rated
by user3 on Oct 18, 2009 at 10:42am

I love this course. Good variety of woods and open holes. Length, challenge and balance in a pretty park. Adair is about 8 miles north of Corvallis, which is a neat college town - good restaurants, bookstores, coffee joints etc. The disc players in town are a great bunch of folks also.