Photo from www.centraloregondiscgolf.com
Sorry, no pictures of my own for this. Sunday afternoon, we went out with our dear friends to our local Frisbee Golf Course. I guess it's also called Disc Golf. This was our first time, and even though it was about 40 degrees, we had a great time! Our course is in the pine trees, and the ground was smooth enough to get a stroller across and have a new walker toddling around too. This was perfect for our kids. Even though they didn't play, they could roam and be loud and eat snacks.
Apparently this is the only 18-hole public disc golf course in our area, whatever that means. :) Each hole was sponsored by a local business, and it is free to play, although you need your own discs. Other interesting information:
Hyzer Pinese was installed in September, 2006. This ponderosa forested course is located behind the High School, off HWY 242 (just west of the Elk Reserve). The start of the course is adjacent to the SOAR community center and skate park. The course features rubber tee pads made from recycled tires, multiple pin positions for each hole, and 18 Innova DISCatcher baskets. The tee signs and Kiosk signs are made of die-cut powder coated steel. This recreational course offers a variety of fundamental disc golf shots through densely wooded, relatively flat terrain. Hyzer Desert Rebels winter/summer leagues are held here as well as the “Shoot Out at Hyzer Pines” in May.