Favorite Courses

27_TeeMarshall Street (Maple Hill & The Pyramids)

Two beautiful New England-style courses within 1/8 of a mile from one another along Leicester’s Marshall Street.  Maple Hill has an epic combination of lakes and woods to challenge even the best disc golfers, but also offers multiple tees and pin placements to make the course playable for all skill levels.  The Pyramids brings a nice mix of woods and elevation, with a picturesque creek winding throughout the course as well as a field marked for a friendly game of DDC (Double Disc Court).  Both courses are pay-to-play and have individual pro shops.

Blue Ribbon Pines

This course is a little off the beaten path, but worth the drive.  The fairways are well manicured and most holes are very tight and wooded with a few ponds and creeks.  Hole Four is one of the hardest on the course, but visually one of the coolest looking holes in the country.  Go check out this private pay-to-play course and visit the pro shop.

Flip City

This private course is set on a beautiful piece of hilly land.  The course is full of elevation shots and is well maintained by the owner.  There is character all over this course, including fairway pieces such as windchimes, bathtubs, boats and natural rock sculptures.  Add a rock to your favorite hole for good luck. 

The Blockhouse (formerly The Grange)

This disc golf destination is a must play! This private pay-to-play resort includes two courses, The Optimist and The Pessimist.  Both courses include elevation and woods and are always in great condition.  In addition to regular disc golf courses, there is also a tiki course (similar to mini golf/putt putt).  The tiki course lights up at night and is great for late night putter rounds.  If that’s not enough, there is a video arcade and a stage to keep you entertained.

De Laveaga

This technical course includes 27 holes with and a combination of open and tightly wooded holes that requires every type of shot.  Many of the holes include very fast greens that slope down into cliff-like drop-offs into the unique Santa Cruz mountain terrain.  The final hole, “Top of the World” offers a view over the city of Santa Cruz out into the ocean.  One of the best finishing holes in the country.

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