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Disc Golf

Disc golf: The not-so-traditional golf game
Disc golf: The not-so-traditional golf game
Disc golf is a great way to enjoy the outdoors in a competitive, but relaxing way, and in Lake Havasu City you can play all year-round! Best of all, it's free (you can't beat that)! The Grand Island Disc Golf Course is a nine-hole course located on the island. Holes vary from short to long, with some dog legs and tree obstacles. Some holes are over loose gravel so we recommend using a disc you're not afraid to scuff up on those holes.

While it does only have nine holes, each one has three different tee placements for variance in length and difficulty. It is a great course whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting out. There is even a practice basket to help work on your putting game. Throughout the year, events and competitions are held; be sure to check the board near hole one for dates. If your looking to purchase some discs, head over to Big 5 Sporting Goods for a wide selection.

Grand Island Disc Golf Course

Directions: Hwy 95; east on Mesquite Ave. (away from lake) to a right on Lake Havasu Ave., right on McCulloch Bl. (becomes Beachcomber Bl.), right on Malibu Way.
GPS: 34.457454, -114.362977
Number of Holes: 9
Target Type: Chainstar
Tee Type: Concrete
Foliage: Scattered
Course Length: 2,519 ft
Course Designer: Lowell Brown
Hole Length: Under 300 ft: 5 | 300-400 ft: 4 | Over 400 ft: 0

Additional Information: Recently added long yellow tees and shorter blue tees to the original existing red tees. Only a 9-hole course but 27 holes are available now. Trees and bushes are bigger and more challenging in 2013. There is also a 957' Par 4 pro tee on hole #5. All holes are marked with arrows and some holes are very difficult to birdie (online review by Ruben Munoz, November 3, 2013).