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About the Course
Guatemala's first 18 hole disc golf course. Built in collaboration with the Paul McBeth Foundation and Discraft Disc Golf. * Kids play free * Locals Q25 * Tourists Q75
18 Holes
Concrete, Grass Tees
ChainStar Pro Targets
Mixed Use, Golf Course
Established 2021
Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
No Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available


Chris Gwinner, @montemariadiscgolf

Course Traffic

Players usually spend 1.5 - 4 hours here.

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May 12, 2023
"I’m from America. I am visiting Antigua and had to play this course. It was more difficult than expected. It was about half an hour drive from Antigua. I hired a taxi to take me there, wait, and bring me home for 450 quetzals ($57). It was totally worth it. I felt safe the whole time and I played alone. The course plays around the golf course and I happened to run into a few groups of golfers. They were more than happy to share the course. Overall, I had a blast and recommend it to anyone! "
Mar 2, 2023
"Very nice course! Overall good maintained! Sadly out of the way of the city. Hard to get to, and not many people around the place."
Jan 30, 2023
"Great course! Achievable pars, some good ace runs. Effectively Shares the space with a well maintained golf course. Mostly concrete pads -notable exception being hole 8, which is a long hole for having a bad pad. Very cool to play disc hole in Guatemala. Maintenance crew was super friendly. Uber available to the course from Antigua for cheap, just keep your eyes open for the turn. "
Jan 4, 2023
"The best (and only) course in Guatemala! Not too easy, nor too difficult. Pretty straight forward shots for most holes. The regulars play on Saturdays and Sundays. If you go on a weekday odds are you’ll have the course to yourself. To get there from Antigua you can take the chicken bus to Santa Maria (5Q) from the markets on the western side of town. It’s a 2km walk from where the bus drops you off. Alternatively you can take a tuk tuk or an Uber directly to the course. Enjoy!"


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