Disc golf

Riverside Park now has its very own nine-hole disc golf course!

The course is located in the south-east corner of Riverside Park, parallel to Riverview Drive, right behind the fire station. Anyone is welcome to play on the disc golf course including teams and families. You can play the course on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please be respectful of ongoing games.

Map of Riverside Park disc golf course (PDF).
Map of Riverside Park disc golf course (JPG).

Disc Golf

About disc golf

Disc golf is a low-impact sport that borrows elements from ultimate frisbee and golf. Using special baskets attached to poles, participants make their way from hole-to-hole using designated “tee” areas where they throw their first disc. The player throws any further shots at the basket from wherever the disc lands next, until it makes it into the basket. The lowest number of total throws is the goal of the game, much like golf.

How do you play?

For more information

Ian Ferguson, Supervisor, Turf Sports Fields
Parks Operations and Forestry, Parks and Recreation
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension 2802
[email protected]