This year the World Championships will be held on ten unique, challenging, and fun courses. Don’t worry, no pool will be playing all ten for the tournament, but we do suggest you check out all of them if you have the chance. Most pools will be seeing four or five courses. The schedule is not available yet but will be posted when it is closer to finalized. There are tournaments at Coldbrook, Oshtemo, Kimball Pines, Meyer Broadway, and Victory Park before August 08. Come practice and play, enjoy some Bell’s, and experience some great Michigan disc golf.

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Begg Park (PDGA course directory) (Photos by Disc Golf Michigan) (Course Map)

A beautiful park with mostly open holes and a stream that cuts through the center. A few shorter holes through a wooded area will challenge most players. Some elevations changes come into play on most holes.

Cold Brook (PDGA course directory) (Photos by Disc Golf Michigan) (Course Map)

An ‘old school’ course that has many holes that are as easy to birdie as bogie. Very nice flow through a mix of open and challenging holes. Beautifully manicured and landscaped. Two signature holes will challenge every disc golfer for par.

Meyer Broadway (PDGA course directory) (Photos by Disc Golf Michigan) (Course Map)

Features rolling hills and woods with both distance and accuracy required to score well. Playing the fairway is key on many holes as the rough is very unforgiving, and bas-ket placements set to punish approach shots gone awry.

Oshtemo Township Park (PDGA course directory) (Photos by Disc Golf Michigan)(Map)

Nicely wooded course with primarily open fairways. Accurate distance is essential from the long tees. Two elevated baskets highlight the slightly varying terrain.

Robert Morris (PDGA course directory) (Photos by Disc Golf Michigan) (Course Map)

A pristine park overlooking a lake. The course will challenge all players with an excellent mix of technical and controlled distance shots. It has good elevation changes with playable fairways and great pin placements.

Timber Ridge (PDGA course directory)(Photos by Disc Golf Michigan) (Course Map)

World class course integrated into a ski area. Lots of elevation changes with exhilarating down hill shots and a mix of technical and distance shots. most will have the chance to play this massive course.

Victory & Rieger Park (PDGA course directory)(Photos by Disc Golf Michigan)(Course Map)

The front 9 is among mature oak trees on a hilly terrain. The back nine is flatter and has fewer trees, but will include many water hazards. It is a challenging course that will demand good decision making and some distance. Several OB areas come into play because of good pin placements.

Three Rivers Temp (Course Map)

Like Meyer Broadway, it features rolling fairways and woods with very deep rough to punish errant drives. Distance will be at a premium as this course takes advantage of every bit of elevation allowed.

Kimball Pines (PDGA course directory) (Photos by Disc Golf Michigan) (Course Map)

Ft. Custer (DNR site) (Ft Custer Map) (Photos by DGM) (Course Map)