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

Course Details

# Holes: 18
Target Type: Chainstar
Tee Type: Concrete
Elevation: 50/50 Flat/Hills
Foliage: Stands
Course Length: 5,696ft
Alternate Length: 0ft
Course Designer: Jim Troe
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 7 | 300 - 400ft: 8 | Over 400ft: 3

Directions

From I-90; take Bridge Ave. south to Hammer Rd. Go west on Hammer to parking lot at entrance of park.

Contact

Contact Phone #1: (507) 402-9555
Contact Phone #2: (507) 379-3433

Course Map

Course Photos

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Course Reviews

Rated
by mfritz17659 on Apr 13, 2010 at 3:55pm

Just a fun course!!! Could birdie almost every hole. I didn't! Only a couple of open holes with noting around the basket. It's a must stop from now on!!!

Rated
by Skell on Dec 2, 2009 at 4:46pm

Mark Skellenger
PDGA #28811

This course has a very good layout! They have a variety of shots in amongst the trees. But the holes out in the prairie grass are basically wide open with tall grass running along the fairways. The only thing that I DO NOT like is the Baskets. They are home-made, and they were made horribly. Discs can roll out of the basket because the gaps in the side of the basket are too large. The basket part is made of squared edge metal of some sort. Who ever made them should have tried to round of the edges on the basket somehow, because if you hit the basket with your disc and not the chains you disc gets some major damage! I LOVE the layout though! Need to spend some money to get some REAL baskets!

Rated
by tengstrom on Nov 28, 2009 at 8:13pm

A scenic place for a hike, the course is like a links course but for disc golf. Dogs, even off the leash, are welcomed. The first 7 holes and last 2 holes require accuracy around and through woods or water. Holes 7 to 16 are more wide open and call for distance and sense of wind and topography. A plus for this course is it was built with local donations and volunteers in August 2008 (and improved in August 2009), but a minus is the locally made baskets, which chip putters, seem a bit high and have smaller-than-usual catch baskets. And if after you make a putt your disc rolls out under the rim of the basket like some kind of coin return, locals consider it just a design flaw. It still counts as a trapped disc. Still, I like how the course has its own area and isn't running in between park features like at so many other courses. The course handles crowds well. And it is fun to watch small airplanes land frequently at the adjacent airport. This course is nicknamed the "The Lower" to distinguish it from the other, smaller course at this park up the road a bit. In short, it is better than most courses, except for the baskets.