Course is unavailable for play
Course is closed
Spring 2023 Update: Course will be open for play from 5/12/23-7/9/23 Course layout has been modified from the previous version to accommodate ongoing construction in the park and to include several par 4's. To help preserve the natural tee pads, please refrain from playing the course when wet. Have fun and enjoy the course while you can! For more information, please visit https://dixpark.org/discgolf. Temporary 9 hole pop-up course with open layout, mowed fairways and pretty good elevation change. Fun course to introduce beginners and hone your distance accuracy. Course is designed and installed by Parks and Recreation Staff and is open on a recurring basis dependent on the event schedule of Dix Park.
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Mixed use, Public park
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Great. Too bad it’s just a temp course. Mostly open with well placed tees that put you in or near shade most of the time. No map in UDisc when you’re playing but I get that. It’s a temp course.
Wish it was here longer… hate to see it go after tmr.
Late review after course has always closed. But good layout. I just wish they could make a permanent layout at this location there’s so much potential for a great course
This is a fantastic 9 hole course that I sincerely hope becomes a permanent fixture. There is so much potential for this park to have one of the best courses in the area. There is a decent shot variety, great use of the trees and terrain, challenging/rewarding par 3 and 4’s. The scenery is amongst the best in the triangle with beautiful mature trees and great views of the downtown skyline. However because it is not permanent the tee pads are grass at the beginning and slippery dirt towards the end of the season. The baskets are nice and there is a practice basket but I don’t believe I’ve seen a bathroom that is public. There aren’t really any signs or directions but udisc is accurate enough. I love this course and it has so much potential as a property, I truly believe if it were permanent and with the right upgrades it could attract a A tier at a minimum. With the masters worlds coming to Raleigh in 2024 this would absolutely have been a course in contention if it was permanent
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