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The Gold course provides a variety of different tee shots, long and short holes, as well as wooded and open ones. Some elevation changes through out the course as well. Dirt tee pads that are still on the rough side as the course is still fairly young. There are two holes that have mandos that are marked by red paint on trees. For references purposes they are holes 3 and 11. Hole 3 is a mando through two trees which are about 40 feet in front of the tee pad. Hole 11, called the U Hole, has a mando on the inside corner of the hole. Discs must pass the left side of the marked tree to correctly play the hole. Par is 56 which includes two par fours; holes 11 and 15. Parking is located on an overlook pull out just south of the woods the course is located on. There are two unmarked trails that lead north into the woods which will take you up to to large satellites and a utility road that lies on the north side of these satellite dishes. Follow this road west, hang a right after the small metal gate, and the first tee is two trail heads down from the gate. Several holes have damp areas that make waterproof shoes a necessity. Mosquitoes can be heavy and bug spray is recommended.
18 Holes
dirt Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Established 2013


Cam Chase 907-978-8340
http://Fairbanks Disc Golf Association

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Aug 12, 2023
Hate the potato field holes (5-9) but other than that, I really love this.
Jul 19, 2023
Spent about an hour playing disc golf, and 1 1/2hrs looking for my discs. Bugs are bad.
Jul 18, 2023
This course needs to be mowed, needs Tee pads and needs updated tee pad signs.
Jun 12, 2023
Not worth the time to come out unless you are very bored of the other local courses. If you want to have the evil dead experience by woods consuming you then by all means go here. Have fun getting cut up by trees if you don't stay in the fairway and experiencing the Alaskan state bird ignoring all forms of deep woods deet sprays.


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