COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
 

Blackhawk (Mohawk Park - Tulsa) - Est. 2005

18 Holes – Innova Discatcher Pro 28 Baskets – Concrete Tee Pads
 

Set in Mohawk Park, this course was installed to host the 2006 PDGA Amateur Disc Golf World Championships. Many holes have multiple tee pads so that players of all skill levels can find the challenge they are looking for. The course has undergone minor changes over the last 3 years to keep the professionals challenged as it is Tulsa’s premiere course for the Oklahoma Open. Blackhawk offers a mix of length, woods, and ponds to test a player’s skill level. For the best experience, Blackhawk can be enjoyed in the fall and early winter.
Course variations:

- Blackhawk (Original layout)

- Whitehawk (Short tee pads)
- Blackhawk X (Tournament layout)

- All Course Layouts

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Case DiscGolfPark (Sand Springs) - Est. 2021

18 Holes – DiscGolfPark Pro Baskets – Concrete Tee Pads
 

This layout replaces River City Disc Golf Course that existed within this park for many years (est. 2012).


With two permanent baskets on each hole, this course offers something for everyone. Mostly flat terrain along the Arkansas River with some holes that play underneath the highway bridge and circle back through a grove of trees. The short layout (white baskets) provides a par 54 recreational course. The long layout (blue baskets) includes two par 4s for an overall par.

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Centennial Park (Owasso) - Est. 2008

18 Holes – DGA Mach V Baskets – Concrete Tee Pads
 

Centennial is located in a neighborhood park and offers a good variety of shots.  There is a creek and pond that can be challenging when full.  Larger trees punctuate each hole although it is lightly wooded and flat.  There are alternate pin placements on some holes offering a more challenging layout when in longs and a good challenge for all skill levels when in shorts.

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Chandler Park - Bear's Lair  (Tulsa) - Est. 1981

18 Holes – DGA Mach II Baskets – Concrete Tee Pads
 

Tulsa’s busiest course is located at the top of Chandler Park.  Although a short beginner friendly course, it offers a fun round of disc golf for all levels of players.  Moderately wooded and mostly flat, the course plays under the canopy of shrubby oak trees and rocky terrain.  With two courses in the park this location offers the opportunity to throw all day.  Look for a complete course makeover (layout mostly staying the same) with new tee pads and baskets and a few more holes located in the woods.

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Chandler Park - Moose Run  (Tulsa) - Est. 2009

18 Holes – DGA Mach II Baskets – Concrete Tee Pads
 

Chandler’s second course is slightly more challenging than the original.  Also mostly flat and moderately wooded, the holes are slightly more technical and the course plays longer than Bear’s Lair.  With the ongoing construction of Tulsa County Park’s Departments Master Plan at Chandler Park, this course will see some major changes over the next couple of years.  The County and TDSA are coordinating efforts to move the course slightly south and into a heavily wooded area with challenging terrain and rocky cliffs.  Some of the original layout will be utilized.

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Course Dovillio (Tulsa) - Est. 1999

18 Holes – Innova Discatcher Pro 28 Baskets – Concrete Tee Pads
 

Flat and lightly wooded, Dovillio can be challenging when in longs.  There are some new alternate pin locations for the longer holes to allow beginners a chance to leave happy when in shorts.  New course tee signs should help people navigate and the new basket wraps are a nice addition to this hidden course.

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Feyodi Creek (Cleveland) - Est. 2018

18 Holes – Dynamic Veteran Baskets – Concrete Tee Pads
 

When the lake levels are at or below normal, this course is a must play.  A mix of short and moderate holes with a few challenging technical and long holes.  The course starts with some good warmup holes before you enter the woods for a good challenge.  The last three holes offer the best finishing holes in the Tulsa area.  Check Lake levels before travelling to this course, when the lake is high many holes are unplayable.

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Haikey Creek Park (Bixby/Broken Arrow) - Est. 1980

18 Holes – Innova Discatcher Pro 28 Baskets – Concrete Tee Pads
 

A Tulsa County Parks course, Haikey Creek is one of Tulsa’s longer courses.  Flat and moderately wooded, this course is great for opening up your long drives and is well worth a visit.  Look for the course to be adding a few holes in the woods to the east of the current layout.  This will be Tulsa’s first 27 hole course and is soon to offer some technical wooded holes.

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Hunter Park (Tulsa) - Est. 1998

18 Holes – DGA Mach X and Mach III Baskets – Concrete Tee Pads
 

Another urban park disc golf course, Hunter Park is amongst the most picturesque courses in Tulsa.  The course starts out with the first four holes being technical and wooded.  From there the holes open up and play along a creek that offers great views and challenges.  Most holes offer a variety of shots with a nice canopy of mature trees.  The local disc golfers have made sure to keep the course amenities updated and there are multiple layouts.  Each hole has two permanent baskets – DGA Mach X’s in the red position and DGA Mach III’s in yellow position

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McClure Park (Tulsa) - Est. 1980

18 Holes – Innova Discatcher Pro 28 Baskets – Cement Tee Pads
 

Set in a beautiful urban park with rolling hills, mature trees, and a shallow creek running throughout, this course offers a variety of shots.  The trees can bring some challenge, but more than anything they can provide nice shade during a hot summer day.  Not the most technical course in town, but with a short and long layout this course is playable year round and appealing to all players.
 

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Redhawk (Tulsa) - Est. 1998

18 Holes – Innova Discatcher Pro 28 Baskets – Concrete Tee Pads
 

Set in mohawk park, this course was installed to host the 2006 PDGA Amateur Disc Golf World Championships. This course offers challenges to players of all skill levels. The front 9 has opportunity for players to score well. It is much needed because the back 9 features some of the most challenging shots in Tulsa. This course is well maintained by the City and can be played year-round.

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Riverside (Tulsa) - Est. 1979

18 Holes – Innova Discatcher Pro 28 Baskets – Concrete Tee Pads
 

Tulsa’s first permanent disc golf course and host site of the 1985 World Championship, Riverside park is wedged between Riverside Drive and the Arkansas River.  With a lot of pedestrian traffic on the River Parks Trail System and Riverside Drive bordering the entire course, please exercise caution and be courteous to other park users.  Overall the course is beginner friendly offering some elevation change and a variety of shots on each hole. 

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Twin Bridges (Catoosa) - Est. 2021

18 Holes – DiscGolfPark Pro Baskets – Concrete Tee Pads
 

Tulsa area’s newest course may be the most well rounded in the metro.  Offering a balance of 10 wooded holes and 8 mostly open holes as well as short tee pad locations for the longer holes, Pro’s as well as beginners will find a good challenge here.  The first 8 holes are located in a heavily wooded area that eventually makes it’s way to a river.  Once out of the woods the holes vary between open and technical.  Hole 15 plays though an old truss bridge and the last two holes finish in the woods.  Twin Bridges also has the state’s first disc golf driving range with tee pads.  Catoosa is dedicated to offering the best amenities in the region. 

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