This is the 1st DiscGolfPark established in the state of Massachusetts and the 45th DiscGolfPark installed in the United States. Course co-designed by Disc Golf World Champion, Avery Jenkins and European Disc Golf Champion, Simon Lizotte! This is a great course for everyone with one teepad location and two basket locations (Short White Baskets & Long Blue Baskets) per hole that has the ability to change over the 9-holes. Moderately hilly terrain with a couple of rolling hills on a few of the holes to offer some challenges. The Short (White) layout provides a great introductory, recreational level Par-27 course measuring 1,910 ft (582 meters). The Long (Blue) layout is a demanding layout that should challenge most experienced players which includes two par 4’s for an overall par 29 measuring 2,685 ft (819 meters). The two separate layouts offer a great differential making this course enjoyable for a wide range of skill level players. There are lots of opportunities to shape shots and even open-up on a few of the longer Par-4 holes. This dual basket (Short White & Long Blue) course allows for lesser skilled and more skilled players to compete in the same group essentially playing 2 different 9-Hole courses at the same time. And this 9-Hole course can be played twice continuously for essentially eighteen (18) unique holes and the full 18-Hole experience. Course Stats: Holes: 9-holes with dual (White & Blue) basket locations Shortest Layout: 1,910 ft (582 meters) Par 27 – Average Hole Distance: 212 ft (65 m). Longest Layout: 2,685 ft (819 meters) Par 29 – Average Hole Distance: 298 ft (91 m). Shortest Hole: 120 ft (37 m) Par 3 Longest Hole: 520 ft (159 m) Par 4
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Mixed use, Public park
No drinking water available
Milford Parks Departmenthttps://www.milfordma.gov/milford-parks-department
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"Fun little track. Shorts are fun and longs make you work for it and hit your lines. "
"Fun course on a really nice piece of property. There’s some cool greens as well as very nice tee pads. I would consider it a beginner/intermediate type of course There’s only 1 hole that you can really let loose and let one rip if I’m remembering correctly. Wooded course with some fun lines to throw. Forehand and backhand shots but you could probably get away with only playing backhand off the tee. I would suggest playing the white then blue alternating holes for a full round of 18. 👍 Parking"
"The course is well thought out and meticulously put together. The tee pads, baskets, tee signs, mulch, practice basket, paths w/ signs, stone stairways, log bridges, etc. are fantastic. Parking is close, Louisa Lake is beautiful, and there’s even a bathroom. Great use of water, boulders, and elevation as well. However, there is broken glass EVERYWHERE. Was this course built on an old dump or glass recycling center!? Do not bring your dog or small children. And be careful picking up your discs."
"Very fun, would recommend playing the white baskets if it’s your first time through to get a feel for the course as there are a lot of blind tee shots. So much broken glass as well."
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