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Audubon Park Disc Golf Course

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Established in 1995, the Audubon Disc Golf Course boasts a challenging layout with moderate hills, plenty of old-growth pecan trees, and a large creek that winds throughout. The course intertwines through the natural wooded landscape throughout the southern portion of Audubon Park. There are 18 holes with tee boxes and baskets covering 6,741 feet of course length. This course features a great mix of challenges for any level of disc golfer, from blind shots to holes with water in play.

Disc golf Course attributes

  • Course Type: Permanent
  • # Holes: 18 Basket course
  • Target Type: Mach II
  • Tee Type: Concrete
  • Elevation: Slight slope
  • Foliage: Mixed - Trees/Open
  • Course Length: 6,741 feet 
  • Hole Lengths: Under 300 feet: 3 |  300-400 feet: 9 |  Over 400 feet: 6 
  • Par 71 (red), 56 (white)
  • Cart friendly


I-30 east from Dallas to 635 North, exit at Oates Dr. Go east 1 mile to the entrance to Audubon Recreation Center on the right (past softball complex). The first tee is at the south end of the parking lot for Surf-n-Swim, look for the large sign Audubon Disc Golf Course. Download the map with the link above or ask for them at Audubon Recreation Center.

  Do not climb the fence to retrieve your disc(s) as this area is very dangerous and can cause severe injury or even death.