Anna Page Park Disc Golf Courses

Anna Page EastAnna Page Park - East at Disc Golf Course Review

Founded in 1986. Features a beautiful park with a challenging layout. Pin placements often within 4 feet of thick brush or woods. Open fairways mixed with dense wood shots on gentle hills. Over 6,006+ feet long.

Anna Page WestAnna Page Park - West at Disc Golf Course Review

Built in 2004. The 2nd course at Anna Page offers elevation changes and technical shots through woods with a few extra long open fairways and a monster 600′+ hole. Multiple pin placements allow for several holes over 500′.  B and C placements on 11 & 12 were installed in 2009. New tee signs installed on 11/23/09. Over 7,010+ feet long.

Anna Page SouthAnna Page Park - South at Disc Golf Course Review

The south course is the newest addition (Sept. 2013) of the three courses at Anna Page Park. Great layout with plenty of wooded tunnel shots, tight fairways and a few long field shots. There are no gimme holes!

 


Please remember: Pin placements are changed often, please pay attention to hole indicators while playing these courses.

Click below for a downloadable .pdf map of both east and west courses at Anna Page Park.

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8 responses to “Anna Page Park Disc Golf Courses

  1. The front nine on the east course was installed around 1985 or 1986. The back nine was installed in 1988 or 1989.

  2. Some baskets were moved today (Nov 1st) on the west course in preparation of winter league. The new placements are 4A, 6A, 9A, 12A, 13A & 17A. 1 and 2 will be shortened once the damaged sleeves are replaced. Damaged sleeves will most likely be repaired or replaced within a couple of weeks.

  3. A timeline has been established for the south course proposal.

    Potential designs should be presented in detail at the December 4, 2012 meeting at the Olympic Tavern at 6:00pm. Forward potential designs to silvertip64@gmail.com if you have one for presentation & can’t attend the meeting. The monthly club meeting is on December 2, 2012 at 1:00pm. We can collect information at that time also.

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    best design or designs will then be forwarded to the RPD for review & the other organizations sharing Anna Page (equestrian & bicycle) will check for any conflicts with their trails.

    RPD representatives will then orchestrate our proposal & then help present it to the RPD Board Commissioners on or after January 22, 2013.

    Construction on the course can start immediately afterwards. The RPD has offered equipment & resources including a brush mower that cuts a 12′ x 12′ path that leaves the wood chips as a walk path. Fairways could go where we want them & would not be limited by dense brush. Two passes with the mower & we could have 24′ fairways or larger landing areas. Many of the dead trees & “widowmakers” would be removed for safety.

    #18 across the road, aka “the tunnel shot”, is on the table for consideration. The club or sponsors may have to provide additional funding for signage to warn traffic entering the park of the potential risk. The RPD is also considering making the loop one way going counterclockwise in the future.

    Bear

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