Disc Golfing

Built into the landscape with minimal impact, as if to celebrate mankind’s ability to adapt, disc golf courses have become the latest and greatest summer activity for Northern Californians and Nevadans. The cost? A one time fee of less than $20 for a new golf disc and a pair of flip flops and you are off and running!

Most of us have all grown up throwing a frisbee, and many of us have played golf before. They’re both pretty darn fun, right? Well, as cooler heads prevail, so does disc golf in South Lake Tahoe.

With chained baskets as flagsticks and fairways cut through forests or across vast mountain valleys, the concept of disc golf is identical to golf (minus the old crotchety Scottish dudes in ridiculous clothes). The sport has developed to a professional level and technology has produced different types of discs for different purposes, similar to the way golf clubs are designed to provide different types of shots. You can purchase a driver, mid-range, or putter disc and perfect your game for free at Bijou Park of Al Tahoe Blvd. Or Zephyr Cove’s recreation area. Bijou’s course offers 27 holes of relatively easy walking with mild elevation changes, but challenging hole placements while Zephyr is a test of stamina that rewards its challengers with breathtaking views of Lake Tahoe and outstanding elevated shot options.

Bijou Disc Golf Course →  August 21, 2009

Of the three nearby disc golf courses in the South Lake Tahoe area, Bijou is the only one located within the city limit of South Lake Tahoe. Bijou is South Lake Tahoe’s original disc golf course – the alpha – and the omega as well, featuring 27 holes – each with multiple pin placements to […]

Zephyr Cove Disc Golf Course →  August 21, 2009

Zephyr Cove has a gem of a disc golf course hidden just east of Nevada Beach. Nestled atop the Zephyr Cove Community Park and maintained by the Douglas County Parks and Recreation Department, Zephyr Cove has earned its title as a local favorite and a true tourist attraction in the South Lake Tahoe area. Sporting […]

Kirkwood Disc Golf Course →  August 21, 2009

Ten years ago, Kirkwood introduced Disc Wood to the world. Now, a mere decade later, the course has undergone some incredible improvements and is a testament to the raw beauty and challenge of playing disc golf in the South Lake Tahoe area. With elevation changes prominent with just about every hole, and tee boxes that […]

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