Courses

Black Falcon

A Private course in Kent City, MI with 20 holes and a total of 6,998 feet.
 

Blue Gill

A private course in Wayland, MI with 24 holes and 8,538 ft. in distance. Check out Disc Golf Scene for more specifics on this course.

Grand Rapids Rotary Park

A course in Belmont, MI with 18 holes.

Riverside Park

Classified as a Large Urban Park (designed to meet community-based recreational needs and preservation of unique landscapes and open space), Riverside is the largest park in the Grand Rapids parks system.. The park has bike and walking paths along the river, lagoons for fishing and nature study, boat launching ramps, ball diamonds, disc golf courses, and is host to many community festivals and events. The disc golf course is located north of the main park, which allows the course to operate out of the main park activities but is able to utilize various amenities the park has to offer. Riverside Park has been approved for a redesign, which will be completed by spring of 2017.

Disc Golf Course Specs:

  • Permanent Course
  • Established in 1997
  • 18 hole course – Par 63
  • Course landscape – mostly flat and lightly wooded
  • Course length – 6,348 ft.
  • Concrete tee boxes
  • Hole type – Discatcher

Brewer Park

Earl Brewer Park is the most active sports park in the Kent County Park system and is conveniently located just minutes from Highway 131. Brewer Park's 36 hole disc golf course is one of the oldest and most popular disc golf facilities in the area. It has been a part of the handful of World events that Grand Rapids has hosted. The course offers a variety of tight wooded ares, wide open space with elevation changes, and tall grass that make it a challenge for disc golf enthusiasts.

Disc Golf Course Specs:

  • Permanent Course
  • Established in 2012
  • 36 hole course – Par 54 (2 – 18 hole courses)
  • Course landscape – mostly flat and moderately wooded
  • Course length – 5,447 feet
  • Concrete tee boxes
  • Intention is to host one course

Fallasburg Park

With its scenic river frontage and historic character, Fallasburg Park is a favorite location for picnics, group activities, weddings, community events and other recreational pursuits. The park features a covered bridge across the Flat River, an iconic shelterhouse, picturesque picnic areas and a disc golf course. The park is naturally divided into several different areas including the main entrance area with the enclosed shelter, the lower flats on the west shore of the river, picnic and recreation areas along Covered Bridge Rd, wooded uplands on the south side of Covered Bridge Rd, and the extensive natural areas east of the river which include the disc golf course. The disc golf course is located on the east end of the park, which allows for exclusivity for tournaments and other disc golf events.

Disc Golf Course Specs:

  • Permanent Course - Established in 2008
  • 18 hole course – Par 58
  • Course landscape – moderately hilly and heavily wooded
  • Course length – 6,040 feet
  • Concrete tee boxes and Chainstar baskets

Johnson Park (Back Up Course)

Established in 1928, Johnson Park follows the shoreline of the Grand River. It is divided into two large areas. The main portion in the south, between Butterworth Dr and Wilson Ave, is the most developed, with picnic areas, an open shelter, the historic shelterhouse, ball diamonds, playgrounds and a winter sledding hill. Fishing along the river itself is also popular in this area. This region also includes rolling wooded hills with a scenic paved trail. Farther along Butterworth Dr, the north area of the park is hillier, featuring a disc golf course, and river access for boat launching and fishing.

Disc Golf Course Specs:

  • Permanent Course
  • 18 hole course – Par 54
  • Course landscape – lightly wooded with large elevation changes, very technical with great views
  • Course length – 5,140 feet
  • Concrete tee boxes – will be installed spring of 2016
  • Poles