Open to any and all wanting to play disc golf in a group setting with a non-competitive environment.
ABOUT THIS PROJECT: The North Lake Disc Golf Course will be PDGA approved at the highest level possible and its design is to last for many years to come. Disc golf is a free sport (no course fees charged) that promotes good exercise and family time. People around the country often travel hundreds of miles to play a good, creative course, and this one will qualify as just that. It also has the potential to generate a great deal of income to our local businesses as a good, well known tournament can generate 200-300 visitors who will need hotels and food while staying in town. This is a great asset to people living in Garnett and also a draw to potentially bring more people into our warm and fun community!
The Long Cedar Disc Golf League is made up of local people who would be interested in the sport and help maintain and manage the course. The City has agreed to keep mowed and minor maintenance.
With the support of faithful sponsors, the construction of 18 holes, baskets and signs in 2017. Labor was provided by many local volunteers and city employees. Funds for the first 18 holes was fund-raised and turned in to the Garnett Community Foundation.
Since 2017, this volunteer-led project expanded to include a youth disc golf course located at the Garnett Elementary Center. Sponsors who made these projects materialize are noted at each basket.
tuesday night is league play night.
The Garnett Disc Golf Club is making an effort to build a “Teach a Child to Play Disc Golf Course.” This course now located at the Garnett Elementary Center can be used every day during recess and will also be used for Physical Education each year, providig a valuable health initiative. American children are spending far too much time behind the screen of a computer or video game. We encourage everyone to bring a child to these disc golf facilities and enjoy.
The Garnett Long Cedar Disc Golf Club