Disc Golf

DiscGolfEnjoy nature and have fun at Lewiston's 18-hole Disc Golf course. The course is located at Buttles Park, just north of town on Buttles Road. It features 18 challenging and fun holes in a wooded area. Concrete t-pads and Mach-V baskets make this a PDGA approved course.

Founded in the 1970's the sport of disc golf is played like golf, but with a flying disc or Frisbee. Players attempts to complete each hole in as few throws as possible. The final "putt" land the disc in a metal basket. Trees and other terrian features create challenges as players work their way through the course. The sport is easy to learn, and can be played by people of all ages and abilities. It's a great way to get outdoors and have some fun while staying fit.

Lewiston's disc golf course is free to play. Just bring your own disc.

Web Links:
Lewiston Disc Golf Club Facebook Page
PDGA - About Disc Golf


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