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About the Course
The Currie Reservoir Disc Golf Park is a new vision for disc sports in Calgary. Designed to challenge advanced and newer players alike, this temporary course has two, grass tee pads to choose from. Throwers are encouraged to test their mettle on the unforgiving yellow layout where par is tough and birdies are few and far between. For a more score-able round, consider the green tees, but don’t be deceived, with the mix of hazards and out of bounds it will provide developing players with an opportunity to fine-tune their game. Competitive play was also a factor in the design of this course with the ability to compress various fairways into longer more challenging layouts. This idea is to make sure play is fresh and ever changing. Casual play will utilize all 21 holes on a regular basis. Dogs not permitted on the course. Washrooms are open during peak season only.
21 Holes
Grass Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Dedicated Disc Golf, Golf Course
Established 2021
No Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
No Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available

Contact

Calgary Disc Golf Club
https://calgarydiscgolf.com/

Course Traffic

Players usually spend 1.5 - 2 hours here.

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bornripcord
@bornripcord
Jan 26, 2023
5.0
"So big. Really challenging coarse. "
kr00kedn0se
@kr00kedn0se
Jan 13, 2023
3.5
"Nice to have another course in Calgary, and nice way to use an old golf course. It should have been 18 holes, and not having tee pads make those really long throws difficult. And way too many times it feels like you're throwing directly towards on coming people from other fairways."
kevinfarley
@kevinfarley
Jan 6, 2023
2.0
"Sadly, WAY too many artificial OB, hazards, and mando's; "island" carries well beyond the level of the tee skill levels; throwing at/next to/across pathways on many holes; unbalanced throw styles; hole lengths inconsistent with PDGA par guidelines; and unsafe lines with a dense layout. I appreciate the desire for something more challenging in the city, but hard does not equal good. This is why courses should be designed by professionals and not players, the course does not match the space. "
xlor99
@xlor99
Jan 4, 2023
5.0
"Good for winter / snow conditions."

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