San Francisco – Bay Area Disc Golf Courses

Golden Gate Park Disc Golf Course – San Francisco, CA

Golden Gate Park Disc Golf courseThe Golden Gate Park course was recently expanded to a full-fledged permanent 18-hole course. We are currently building a course walkthrough with great photos of the new holes.

Visit the Golden Gate Park Disc Golf Course Page for the full description of our beloved home course.

McLaren Park Disc Golf Course – San Francisco, CA

To SFDGC’s delight, the San Francisco City Council has recently approved an addition of an 18-hole course in McLaren Park. Please check back soon for more details on this course. For information about McLaren park in general, please visit this website. We will add a very detailed page dedicated to this course when the details are further along. If you are interested in helping the installation efforts, please visit the fundraising page and our disc golf forum. To download the proposed layout map please click here

Coyote Creek Disc Golf Course – Hellyer Park, San Jose, CA

Located in Hellyer Park in San Jose the Coyote Creek Disc Golf course is a 9-hole course with 3 to 4 pin locations per hole. Consider playing Parque de La Raza nearby during the same visit.

Visit the PDGA Course Directory or the Silicon Valley Disc Golf Club website for more information about these courses.

De Laveaga Disc Golf Course – Santa Cruz, CA

De Laveaga Disc Golf Course in SpringLocated in Santa Cruz, CA off Highway 17, is one of the most highly rated courses in the world. This 27-hole mammoth course is full of hills and tree hazards. There is no charge to enter the park however course donations are greatly appreciated. The park has picnic facilities, plan to spend a day there! The PDGA holds many tournaments at this course.

For more information visit the PDGA Course Directory for this course, or the DDGC’s website.

Lagoon valley Disc Golf Course – Vacaville, CA

Located in Vacaville, CA 95688 off Hwy 80, Lagoon Valley Disc Golf Course has 18 holes and spans 470 acres. The cost is $3 per day to park. Expect quite a bit of hiking through the rolling hills. There are water hazards and many trees as well. The course is not very well maintained, but is good to visit nonetheless.

For more information, please visit the PDGA Course Directory for this course.

Moraga Commons Disc Golf Course – Moraga, CA

Moraga Commons Disc Golf Course in SpringLocated in Moraga Commons Park in the city of Moraga, CA 94556 off highway 24. This is a wide-open, hilly, 9-hole course. There is one sand/dirt tee per hole and the baskets are in permanent locations.

This is a great course if you enjoy wide open play with hills. The park has been undergoing rennovations for some new bridges and a nice hiking trail recently. The conditions of the course vary greatly depending on the time of year. They usually disc the land around Memorial day which tends to remove the trails to each hole and can break your ankles. The course is NEVER closed, during rain nor during construction.

Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy this nice park setting. There is also a skateboard park located in Moraga Commons Park.

There is no charge to play at this park and as of 2005 there is not even a donation box… Check out the local club’s website at www.moragadiscgolf.com.

Skyline Wilderness Disc Golf Course – Napa, CA

Skyline Wilderness Disc Golf Course in SummerLocated in Napa, CA 94559 off hwy 29/121, Skyline Wilderness Disc Golf Course is a challenging 18-hole course nestled in the hills. It is a fairly technical course. There is one tee per hole but multiple pin locations, sometimes even 4 per hole, and each hole has a nice sign detailing the pins. There is a $5/day fee to enter the park and it usually closes at 7pm. You can get a course map from the entry gate and discs are usually sold at the kiosk as you enter. The park is also a haven for hikers, bicyclists and equestrians. There are camping and picnic sites within the park.

Visit the PDGA Course Directory for more information and course details.

Stafford Lake Disc Golf Course – Novato, CA

Located in the city of Novato, CA, off Highway 101, Stafford Lake Disc Golf Course is an 18-hole monster of a course that requires a lot of hiking over hilly terrain. It offers excellent views of nature in Northern Marin. Many of the holes have alternate tee and/or pin locations. It houses the longest San Francisco Bay Area hole at a distance of over 1,000 feet from tee to basket!!! Course conditions vary greatly at different times of the year. The course is often fairly muddy due to rainfall and natural springs in the area. The cost is $5 per vehicle for parking per day.

The United Flyers of Sonoma have recently submitted a new link to a new website for the Stafford Lake Disc Golf Course. You may also wish to visit this old website by the Marin Country Parks Department for other park information.

Aquatic Park Disc Golf Course – Berkeley, CA

Aquatic Park Disc Golf Course at SunsetLocated in Berkeley, CA off I-80 the Aquatic Park Disc Golf Course is an 18-hole course full of water hazards. The course is open year round and offers a great view of the San Francisco cityscape. Many holes have alternate tees, and every hole has at two tee locations that alternate. This is also a good location for bird-lovers, and has picnic facilities and with a playground for family adventures. There is no charge to play at this course.

The East Bay Disc Golf Club maintains an excellent website with information about the Aquatic Park course. You may also wish to visit the PDGA Course Directory for this course.

 

 

Chabot Disc Golf Course – San Leandro, CA

Located in San Leandro, CA off I-580 the Chabot Disc Golf Course is a small but fun 9 hole course often played as 18 by combining holes. This is a nice course in in a town park with free parking. It is yet another east bay option easily accessed from the peninsula over the San Mateo Bridge. There is no charge to play at this course.

You may also wish to visit the PDGA Course Directory for this course.

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