Technical Course that plays thru the old ruins of a 1860’s mining town, use caution as historic remains continue to erode ie old glass. Water and Restrooms at Jim Thomas Pavilion Questions or concerns maybe addressed to the Facebook Page: Old Town Disc Golf Course Use Apple Maps for the best driving directions as Google doesn’t have the old roads. Maintained by the Negaunee Disc Golf Club
Mixed use, Public park
Not cart friendly
Drinking water available
Better signage would be nice if it weren’t for UDisc I would of been lost on about 5 holes. Amazing course otherwise.
This course has serious potential but needs a lot of work. Starting with the bad. Yes there’s glass everywhere it’s an old abandoned town. The fairways are clear but some of the lines on the longer holes are non-existent and require more luck than skill hitting your lines. If you get off the path from a tree kick, good luck scrambling back out to save par. And the biggest issue is the layout. The signage is just terrible and the holes zig zag back and fourth over top of each other which makes playing quick and efficient impossible without stopping to look at UDisc. Finally the parking situation is pretty rough since there’s not a designated lot. Now the good, the scenery is really cool with it being an old mining town there’s a lot of history in the area. Holes A-I are crazy fun holes but they are also the only ones that give you truly defined lines. The teepads are great. Yes some go uphill or downhill but they’re not your standard concrete so even better. With a little help, this could easily contend for the one of the best courses in the state of Michigan even being in the UP.
Nice hike, fun course, super duper technical for me lol
Needs some signs for players who have never been.
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