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

Course Details

Course Type: Permanent
# Holes: 18
Target Type: Tone
Tee Type: Natural
Elevation: All Hilly
Foliage: Woodsy
Course Length: 6,232ft
Alternate Length: 5,755ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 10 | 300 - 400ft: 2 | Over 400ft: 6

Directions

I-5: exit 14 Ashland. East on Hwy 66, 0.7 miles to left on Dead Indian Memorial Rd., 6.7 miles to left on Shale City Rd., 3.2 miles to course. 1st tee in woods on right side of road - 300' up the road from the pond. (Note the odometer mileage as you turn onto Shale City Rd. - the first tee is at the 3.3 mile mark.)

Contact

Phone: 541-613-0117

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Course Reviews

Rated
by cosmac on Aug 25, 2019 at 1:55pm

Playing this course is pure disc golf heaven. It is extremely well laid out and easy for a first timer to navigate. Locals often skip 17 and 18 and just replay 1 and 2 and that is what I recommend too. There are new benches and we heard that newer signs are in the offing. While relaxing after our first round near hole 2, a bear cub wandered past. We put some honey on a putter for him, just kidding.

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by Scoty Fever on Nov 25, 2012 at 3:05pm

Scoty Fever: I had the chance to throw down at frog creek, Thanksgiving of 2012 . This is a tone course( three coffee cans together on a post), which I think is harder then baskets ( My younger brother thinks different). The first tee took about an hour to find, but once your there the magic begins. There are well warn paths to each tee box (which is dirt). Left's and rights through the Cedar trees that reach to the sky and make a canopy. Lot's of shoots through the trees and large open holes to really fling. Seventh tee (which all tee are drawn on apiece of painted board) has to be one of my favorite's. It is called "The Stairway to Heaven", 296' to the can. Over the valley and a nice left around a giant cedar,You can really through this one. Its a Hike through the hills, valleys, and over fallen Pines. Lots of cows and cow pies. I brought three disks and a umbrella I used as a hiking stick. It's a great work out and fresh air.

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by PDGAStaff on Oct 31, 2012 at 12:46pm

Pros include - great location, views, elevation and terrain. Cons? Tough to navigate, natural tees, tones not baskets.

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by thoopinfarmer on Oct 7, 2012 at 7:33pm

First course I ever played......greatest course I be ever played.....tight long shots......lots of trees steep up and down hill shots.....its kinda hard to find tee 3or 4 you do kinda need a local to guide you thru the first time......I do this sport to keep my weight off......this course is a very physically challenging course......not for the faint of heart......or flatlanders. ...

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by Chooch on Jul 19, 2010 at 12:50pm

Played in July 2010 - course utilizes posts with coffee cans for holes which plays well into the forest surroundings. Course is a bit technical and signage is a bit tough to decipher but it is well laid out. We never found the tee box for 18 so just shot from the gravel mounds over the water as I'm sure that was what was intended :) It's a bit outside of Ashland but worth the drive.