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 CHRIS COLTER
 Parks & Recreation Director
 (O) 970.369.8245
 (E) ccolter@mtnvillage.org
 (D)
Staff

 CRAIG STEIN
 Recreation Services Specialist
 (C) 970.729.8001
 (E) cstein@mtnvillage.org
 (D) Staff

 JONATHAN TRACY
 Recreation Services Specialist
 (C) 970.708.7144
 (E) jtracy@mtnvillage.org
 (D) Staff

 WILL LAWSHE
 Recreation Services Specialist
 (C) 970.318.0239
 (E) wlawshe@mtnvillage.org
 (D) Staff
DISC GOLF
Disc Golf



DISC GOLF DETAILS

Amid the mountain peaks and rolling greens, we invite you to challenge your skill set on our Double Cabin Disc Golf Course. We maintain and manage this free, par three, 18-hole course daily during the summer season, open from sunrise to sunset. The course is located across the street from Town Hall Plaza and The Market at Mountain Village. From Mountain Village Center, you can hike or bike to the course from the Boulevard Trail, or take the gondola to Station Village Parking.

As for the game itself, it is played like traditional golf but with the use of a flying disc similar to a Frisbee as opposed to a ball and club. One point/stroke is counted each time the disc is thrown. The goal is to get three or less points/strokes per hole. The person with the lowest score after playing nine holes wins. To become acquainted with the course, please review the Double Cabin Disc Golf Course Map. Scorecards, picnic tables and restrooms are available at the start. For those in need of equipment, visit one of our local retail sports shops in Mountain Village Center.



THE COURSE

  • Number of Holes » 18
  • Target Type » Basket
  • Tee Type » Gravel
  • Hole Length » 12 holes under 300 feet & 6 holes between 300 feet and 400 feet
  • Tee throws must be completed within or behind the designated tee area. Don't throw if other players are in your view or in the direction you are throwing. Wait for your entire group to throw before you advance to make your next throw.



COURSE COURTESY

  1. Respect other players and adjacent homeowners.
  2. Course closes at sunset.
  3. No loitering during or after play.
  4. Pick up trash.
  5. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted.
  6. Dogs are allowed on the course but make sure you pick up after your pet.