Ballard Park DGC
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Originally constructed in 2006 where the present baseball fields are located, the Ballard course has withstood many transformations and challenges over the years. Park infrastructure changes, pedestrian traffic, and limited space have all had their influence as to today’s present layout. However, due to Ballard’s very “public” display of the sport, the course continues to be a great avenue of promotion for the sport and new players! For more details on the present course layout, click on the various hole on the image above. If you would like to purchase this disc, a Discraft Buzzz, click here!
Hole Distances & O.B.
Due to the nature of being within a park, there are O.B.’s on many of the holes at Ballard. Like most courses, just keep your disc off the asphalt and dry and you’ll be O.K. Below are areas to be aware of O.B.’s!
There are no Pro pads or alternate basket locations at Ballard
|Hole||Am to A||O.B.|
|1||212||On or past parking lot or road|
|2||216||On or past road|
|3||262||On or past road|
|4||237||Over fence or on asphalt|
|5||230||On or past road|
|7||209||On or past road|
|8||247||On or past road|
|9||270||On or past road|
|11||227||On or past road|
|12||209||On or past walking track, on road (left of road is not O.B.)|
|13||309||On or past walking track, on stage|
|14||269||Water, on or past walking track|
|17||186||On or outside of walking track|
|18||258||On or past walking walking track, in parking lot|
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Fun course for a quick round or practice. It gets lots of attention and brings in new players every year!