Louisa Lake DiscGolfPark

Avery Jenkins

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Louisa Lake DiscGolfPark

Parcours Informationen

Standort: Vereinigte Staaten, Louisa Lake - Milford, MA Erstellt: November 2022 Parcours Designer: Avery Jenkins & Simon Lizotte Parcours Typ : Free-to-play Bahnen: 9 Parcours Plan herunterladen: Louisa-Lake-DiscGolfPark-Course-Map-Final.jpg


This is the 1st DiscGolfPark established in the state of Massachusetts and the 45th DiscGolfPark installed in the United States. Course co-designed by Disc Golf World Champion, Avery Jenkins and European Disc Golf Champion, Simon Lizotte!

This is a great course for everyone with one teepad location and two basket locations (Short White Baskets & Long Blue Baskets) per hole that has the ability to change over the 9-holes. Moderately hilly terrain with a couple of rolling hills on a few of the holes to offer some challenges.

The Short (White) layout provides a great introductory, recreational level Par-27 course measuring 1,910 ft (582 meters). The Long (Blue) layout is a demanding layout that should challenge most experienced players which includes two par 4’s for an overall par 29 measuring 2,685 ft (819 meters).

The two separate layouts offer a great differential making this course enjoyable for a wide range of skill level players. There are lots of opportunities to shape shots and even open-up on a few of the longer Par-4 holes.

This dual basket (Short White & Long Blue) course allows for lesser skilled and more skilled players to compete in the same group essentially playing 2 different 9-Hole courses at the same time. And this 9-Hole course can be played twice continuously for essentially eighteen (18) unique holes and the full 18-Hole experience.

Course Stats:

Holes: 9-holes with dual (White & Blue) basket locations

Shortest Layout: 1,910 ft (582 meters) Par 27 – Average Hole Distance: 212 ft (65 m).

Longest Layout: 2,685 ft (819 meters) Par 29 – Average Hole Distance: 298 ft (91 m).

Shortest Hole: 120 ft (37 m) Par 3

Longest Hole: 520 ft (159 m) Par 4