If you're on the island, play the games. Great setting, baskets are in terrific shape, lawn was mowed and there are plenty of challenges. They even have a box of disc's ( 12 or so) to use if you don't have any. My family and I enjoy the game here. Ps. We use bug spray..
Jul 4, 2023
Is it the best disc golf, maybe not. Is this location and the amazing volunteers that make it so unique worth the visit Absolutely!
After playing Main
Apr 23, 2022
Beautiful course. There are currently 5 baskets in the course but the layouts only use the 3 main baskets. Beware the pricker bushes, patience is key if you lose a disc.
Apr 12, 2022
Took the ferry over to play on the disc course. A delightful gentleman named Jim and his dog Casper offered to take me up to the course in his golf cart. The course was beautiful but with only having three or four baskets it was hard for me to navigate where each tea was supposed to be. Later that day three local awesome players met me up there and brought the course alive! It was an absolute blast.
Jul 27, 2021
Oct 24, 2020
Very unique course, you have to take a $10 ferry to the island, lots of deer poop, no teepads, located on a conservancy piece of land, had the place to ourselves would be little difficult to play with other people on the course
Sep 28, 2020
Nicely kept. Bring a bike for quickest access. Worth the trip. If it’s busy it could be tough to share the 3 basket course.
Oct 15, 2020
My good buddy Jean77 had the idea to head to Prudence Island to check out this course. It was worth giving it a try once. Fun ferry ride from Bristol and interesting layout with only 3 baskets on the old Baker Farm.
There is no need for a disc marker as virtually every shot lands next to deer feces 😀.
No restaurants or public trash cans (weird) on the island but a fun little day trip for the adventurous disc golfer.
Bring a bike. It will only cost $10/person round trip to make a day of it.
Sep 16, 2020
Very very very unusual!
Jul 10, 2020
Well hidden gem and great course. Great technical course for all skill levels. At first, the format takes getting used to but once you get used to the pattern, you’ll see how much fun the course is.