What’s the best disc golf course in every state? – Golfweek

While traditional golf was clearly helped by the pandemic and the need to get out into open spaces, disc golf also enjoyed a similar boom.

One leading disc golf website, UDisc.com, reported earlier this year that more than five new disc golf courses are opened every day, and the number of courses worldwide is now over 13,000 — which is a 15 percent increase from 2020.

While Golfweek’s traditional golf rankings are considered some of the best — if not the best — in the industry, we’re no expert in the disc game. So when we started picking at the best course in each state, we went to the aforementioned UDisc.com for the definitive list.

We should note, this is not a list of the top 50 courses in the country. For example, a number of Virginia’s courses would fall on that list.

A disc golfer throws from the 6th fairway during the OTB Open Disc Golf Pro Tour at the Swenson Golf Course in Stockton, California.

State Course Town
Alabama Kudzu Cove Cabins Guntersville
Alaska Kincaid Park Anchorage
Arizona Fort Tuthill Disc Golf Course Flagstaff
Arkansas Persimmon Ridge Disc Golf Course Greenbrier
California DeLaveaga Disc Golf Course Santa Cruz

Moe Stewart plays a round of disc golf at Estero Community Park in Florida.

Colorado Bear Mountain Bailey
Connecticut Norbrook Farm Winsted
Delaware Iron Hill Newark
Florida Tom Brown Park Disc Golf Course Tallahassee
Georgia International Disc Golf Center (WR Jackson) Appling

The Disc Golf Course at Carey Park in Hutchinson, Kansas.

Hawaii Gargoyles Garden Mountain View
Idaho Caliber Disc Golf Course Sandpoint
Illinois The Canyons at Dellwood Park Lockport
Indiana BC3 Disc Golf Nashville
Iowa Wildcat Bluff Vinton

Khrisa Miskell putts the disc at Anna Page Park in Rockford, Illinois.

Kansas The Farm at Quail Valley Winfield
Kentucky Idlewild Burlington
Louisiana  Parc des Familles Disc Golf Course Marrero
Maine Sabattus Disc Golf – Hawk Sabattus
Maryland Turkey Hill Disc Golf Course La Plata

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Massachusetts Maple Hill Leicester
Michigan Flip City Disc Golf Park Shelby
Minnesota Blue Ribbon Pines East Bethel
Mississippi Little Black Creek’s Eagle’s Landing Lumberton
Missouri Eagles Crossing Hawk Point

Two backpacks filled with discs during the 31st Annual Columbus Ice Bowl, a disc golf tournament, in Westerville, Ohio.

Montana Blue Mountain Missoula
Nebraska Cottonmill Kearney
Nevada Stadium Course At Carson Ridge Carson City
New Hampshire Top O’ The Hill Canterbury
New Jersey Stafford Woods Voorhees Township

Dennis Martin competes in the first tournament held at Wolfman Disc Golf Club at Wolfman Woods in North Carolina.

New Mexico Grindstone Park Ruidoso
New York Bond Lake Disc Golf Course Ransomville
North Carolina The Diavolo Disc Golf Course at New Hope Park Cary
North Dakota Iwen Park North Fargo
Ohio Caesar Ford Park (Championship) Xenia

Lake Erie Disc Golf Club member Joe Johnson, 41, from Erie, throws a disc from the tee box of the first hole, on April 13, 2022, while playing disc golf at Pleasant Ridge Park in Fairview Township.

Oklahoma The Lodge at Taylor Ranch (Moccasin Creek) Pawhuska
Oregon Milo McIver (East) Estacada
Pennsylvania Lakeview Disc Golf Course at Moraine State Park Portersville
Rhode Island Willow Valley Richmond
South Carolina Grand Central Station Disc Golf Course Central

Mike Lewis of Des Moines throws his disc during a snowy game of disc golf at Grandview Park in Des Moines.

South Dakota Spearfish Canyon Spearfish
Tennessee Bud Hill Memphis
Texas Flying Armadillo Disc Golf Course (Gold Mini) San Marcos
Utah The Fort Ogden
Vermont  Brewster Ridge Disc Golf Course Cambridge

Andre Smith tees off from Hole 2 at the Sooner Park disc golf course.

Virginia Cannon Ridge Fredericksburg
Washington Kayak Point Disc Golf Resort (Red) Warm Beach
West Virginia Valley Park Hurricane
Wisconsin Sandy Point Resort Lac du Flambeau
Wyoming Spring Creek Laramie

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