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Before You Go
Pay to Play
$10/day $5 after 5pm
Limited Access
Members only in winter. Closed to the public.
Good Conditions
Fairways are long. Tons of bugs. Big spray is an absolute must
19 hours ago
About the Course
Although the Lynx is the easier of the two courses at the Airborn Disc Golf Preserve, it will still challenge players of all skill levels with a mix of open and wooded throws. The balance of long contoured fairways with technical, wooded tunnel shots creates a unique balance that will refine all aspects of your game. An abundance of wildlife is all around as you meander among the multiple ponds, streams and wooded areas of the Preserve. The property is spaced in a way where you often feel like your group is the only one on the grounds. A peaceful, serene and fun experience to enjoy in any season. Designed and owned by Cale Leiviska.
18 Holes
Turf Tees
Prodigy T2 (T2) Targets
Dedicated Disc Golf, Private Land
Established 2020
Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
Restroom Available


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May 26, 2023
"Challenging layout, lots of 300+ holes mostly requiring FHs. Very fun course I just wish I brought bug spray because the mosquitoes here at this time of year are really really bad. Like almost unplayable bad. Otherwise great fun! "
May 24, 2023
"More mosquitoes than anywhere I’ve played ever "
May 16, 2023
"Tees can be mush in wet conditions. One of the tees on the back 9 is heavily leaning to the left. Overall, very nice course, good baskets and Cale is awesome."
May 9, 2023
"Lynx has a lot of potential but feels incomplete still. Great layout that isn't too long, good baskets, and nice area. But the conditions still aren't ideal. Signage is missing mandos, hazards, and wayfinding. Sometimes there's 2 teepads that Udisc doesn't show. It's still pretty wet - The Timberwolf course had entire holes under water. $10 is reasonable for access to multiple, nice, dedicated courses but in current conditions, there are also comparable free courses available out there. "


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