Course parking is near lower pond and first tee pad is east of that. After that course is easy to follow. Look for signs for each tee pad.
Hand Made Chain Basket, Black Hole Pro Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Drinking water available
Matthew Hart firstname.lastname@example.org 928-322-9539https://www.graham.az.gov/657/Disc-Golf?fbclid=IwAR0_dLPhD9K_vDoY7abWlHawyaKg3lJ561Z2tlIHUFogpV9-BjnPRZSxmk8
With the official 18 hole layout put in there is great variety of shots and challenges with using the area allowed to play in by the County. The area is well maintained by the County. Bathrooms and drinking fountains throughout with a park for kids. Tee pads, baskets, signage are continually being improved on by the local Gila Valley Disc Golf Club. Each holes OB/Drop zones/ etc documented well on uDisc layout when playing. Fun experience for all levels.
Unique fun course, I loved the old homemade baskets! This course had almost everything. Mandos, OB, water, and excellent hole descriptions on U disc.
It’s fun to play on a calm day, challenging on a windy day. Bathrooms. Parks for kids. Water and technical fun. Clearly defined out of bounds areas- maybe a few too many but at least it’s obvious (roads, fences, etc.Homemade baskets, unofficial 18 hole layout.) solid 3 stars and it is good for what it is.
County does a great job maintaining the grounds. Has 2 over water holes that are short but still enough to play mind tricks. Overall it's a fun course. Lots of sand and rocks so cheaper plastics get beat in super fast. Update: it's a true 18 now. The back 9 is super fun and more challenging. Tighter OBs than the front and a tricky (to me) par 4 to finish. Couple of holes make you use backhand or forced turnovers. Great use of land available.
Big 5 Sporting Goods3.9 mi
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