Disc Golf Courses- Near and Far

Mike Berg

 

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Edora Park Well-manicured course in nice park in foothills of Rockies. Multiple pin placements. Creek comes into play on 5 holes. Lots of facilities.

Directions From CSU: Get on Prospect going east. Pass LeMay. Pass the sign and park entrance that says “Edora”. At the next light, turn right on Riverside Ave. Park in the BMX parking lot on the right before the creek.

Windsor OxBow In a scenic natural area, with a combination of open holes and more technical shots. Relatively short, but good variety and challenge. 9 targets are orange and blue Kingpin baskets. Fly pads are installed on all 12 holes. Bag hooks at every tee. The Poudre River is in play on one hole(#9).

Directions: I-25; Crossroads Exit. East 4.8 miles, left on roundabout (CR17), 1.6 miles, then left on Lakulake Rd. (barely a road, don’t miss it). Park at the end and walk across the bridge to the 1st tee on the left.

Aspen Mountain Mountain top terrain at 11,212′. On ski trails, with one 1,500′ hole. Tremendous scenery. Open from May to Oct. Scorecards and course maps are free and available at the top of the Burlingame lift.$15 for a lift ticket or free if you hike or drive up to the top.

Directions:I-70, south on Hwy 84 to Aspen, to Aspen Mountain Ski Area, Silver Queen Gondola, ride lift to course.

Colorado Mountain College- Leadville

Description: Course runs behind CMC campus. Front nine is mostly tight woods while the back nine is more open and longer but still has some very technical lines.

Directions: I-70 west 1 hour from Denver, exit Hwy 24 to Leadville, go through town, left at Colorado Mountain College sign. Take the road all the way around campus to the farthest rear parking lot. Look for the brown sign and gate and follow that path approximately 100 yards past the open fields veering left at the end. The first tee is nestled amongst some large mounds of dirt.

For a much more comprehensive list of Colorado Disc courses visit www.dgcoursereview.com

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