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Disc Golf

Birmingham's First Disc Golf Course

What is Disc golf?

Disc (or Frisbee) golf is a similar game to "regular" golf except that it's played with a Disc. Players throw the disc as close as possible to a specially designed target called a basket, then throw again from where the disc landed, trying to get into the basket in the lowest number of throws. The chains on a target are there to help catch the disc by deflecting it into the basket.

Disc Golf

Our 9 hole disc golf courses can be played by anyone - no skill needed! Fantastic outdoor fun for all the family!
Select your tee-off time slot online. And then arrive during that time slot, once you have arrived we will check you in and issue you with your disc and course map.
Challenge yourselves to throw your disc into the baskets in the least number of throws whilst enjoying the peaceful woodland setting. Don't forget to bring a pencil to record your scores!

Essential Information:

  • Please arrive during your time slot.
    Footwear and clothing suitable for walking through the woods is needed.
  • Our course has two routes Red is the Easier and White is slightly longer and more technical, please feel free to try both.