Disc Golf

Throw an Ace

Will you throw an elusive ace (aka a hole in one)? Trade in your golf clubs for a “frisbee” and hit the links for disc golf!

playing disc golf in winter - photo Rebecca Slater

What is Disc Golf?

Disc golf works like regular golf, but instead of hitting a ball into a hole, players throw specially-designed discs into chain baskets, counting the number of throws it take to get from the launch point to the basket.

Summer Disc Golf

disc golf tee with clubhouse in the background

Theodore Wirth features a Par 3, 18-hole course. Enjoy tree-lined fairways and rolling elevations, with distances ranging from 46-156 yards and tees for beginner and intermediate players. The course is open seven days a week, spring through fall. Don’t have a disc? You can rent them at the clubhouse.

Mill Valley Market

Before or after your round, be sure to stop by Mill Valley Market, located at The Trailhead. Try the cobb salad with AmaBlu bleu cheese or the BLT made with Compart Duroc bacon. Or indulge yourself with Belgian waffles topped with mixed berries and cream. Dine on the patio or enjoy a picnic lunch in the park.

Winter Disc Golf

two people playing disc golf

Brookview Golf  & Lawn Bowling features two 18-hole disc golf courses for double the fun! Both courses are open seven days a week, November through March. Don’t own your own discs? You can rent a 3-disc set for $6.

Three One Six Bar + Grill
Located at Brookview, the Three One Six Bar + Grill serves delicious burgers, sandwiches and brews for you to enjoy before, during, or after your round.  Warm up at their cozy outdoor fire pit and enjoy sweeping views of the golf course’s winter landscape.

Disc Golf Equipment

Stop by Gotta Go Gotta Throw Disc Golf Warehouse in Golden Valley, a one-stop-shop for all your flying disc needs for over 25 years. They have the largest variety of discs, bags, baskets, apparel, and more in the Midwest. You can even buy LED lights for your discs so you can play at night!