Other Nice Disc Golf Courses?

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Other Nice Disc Golf Courses?

Postby Discgal » Sat Dec 04, 2010 10:40 pm

I want to take my husband away for a weekend trip (without the kids) as a XMAS gift and would like to go somewhere with a nice disc golf course. We have played the course in Santa Cruz but would like to try a new course -- anyone have any suggestions? I am willing to make it s a short flight (2 hours or less) or up to a 4 hour drive. Bonus points if the destination also has good restaurants and nice hotels or B&Bs THANKS IN ADVANCE FOR ANY SUGGESTIONS AND MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!
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Re: Other Nice Disc Golf Courses?

Postby doublejack » Sun Dec 05, 2010 1:16 pm

Go to San Luis Obispo, about a 3½—4 hr. drive south of SF. It's a great romantic getaway destination, and you'll have 3 nice courses within a 45 minute drive: Laguna Lake in San Luis Obispo, Heilmann Park in Atascadero (20 minutes north of SLO), and Waller Park in Santa Maria (40 minutes south of SLO).

I've played Laguna Lake and Heilmann, both of which are moderately challenging and scenic. Waller is supposed to be very nice as well.
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Re: Other Nice Disc Golf Courses?

Postby ilovetotravel » Thu Nov 10, 2011 11:56 pm

San Luis Obispo is a great place but it will take you how many hours to go there. About 4 to 5 hours.

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Re: Other Nice Disc Golf Courses?

Postby boston93430 » Mon Nov 14, 2011 9:15 am

Anywhere from 3.5 to 4 hours, Sea Pines Golf Course in Los Osos, about 20 min north of SLO has just installed a disc golf course on the GOLF COURSE! Right on Morro Bay and they have a hotel. There is also some great hiking in montana de oro right up the road, very pretty. Waller Park in Santa Maria is a great course, great variety, lots of fun. Heilmann is also a great spread, I only played the front 9 of Laguna and wasn't very impressed, but half of it was swamp due to the recent rains so I would like to try it when dry. SLO is a great area, not as far as you think, and remember SLO Farmers Market Thursday night!
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