DISC GOLF

Due to construction of the new Pan Am mountain bike course, we will not have all 18 holes open this season. We have a total of 9 holes open and are offering it at a discounted rate of $5. You don’t need a tee time, just bring your family and friends and head out for a short round.

The course is well marked with clear signage and is suitable for all ages. A combination of both hills and flat ground makes it the challenge just right.

DISC GOLF RULES

Disc golf is played by throwing a flying disc (Frisbees) towards a chain basket. The objective is to land the disc in the chain basket with as few throws and penalties as possible. The winner is the player with the lowest score after 9 or 18 holes.

A golfer’s first throw must be made with your point of contact behind the teeing line on the tee pad. When a player is throwing, don’t do anything that might distract them.

Never throw until the players ahead are out of range and the fairway is completely clear of players, riders or runners. Be polite and patient in waiting for others to clear the area OR return to play that hole later.

After teeing off, the player whose disc is FARTHEST from the chain basket always throws first.

Fairway throws and putts must be made with either foot on the exact spot (lie) where the disc came to rest. The other foot cannot be any closer to the basket than the foot on the lie. A player may not step past their lie when putting within 10 meters of the chain basket until the disc has come to rest.

Fairway throws and putts must be made with either foot on the exact spot (lie) where the disc came to rest. The other foot cannot be any closer to the basket than the foot on the lie. A player may not step past their lie when putting within 10 meters of the chain basket until the disc has come to rest.

A disc that is suspended by the chains or basket completes that hole. Your score is the number of throws it took to complete that hole.

For the next hole the player with the lowest score on the previous hole is the first to tee off.

One round of disc golf is typically 9 or 18 holes.

Things to do

mountain biking

MOUNTAIN BIKE

Hardwood Ski and Bike has over 80 km of beautiful, rolling trails through hardwood and pine forests for mountain biking.

disc golf

DISK GOLF

Due to construction of the new Pan Am mountain bike course, we will not have all 18 holes open this season.

hiking

TRAIL WALKING

Love walking or running off the beaten path, but afraid you might get lost? At Hardwood Ski and Bike, enjoy our picturesque forest, well-marked trail system, and peace of mind.