Alpine Disc Golf
Please note: Our Alpine Disc Golf Course is now open to the public but due to on-mountain projects, it it highly recommended that appropriate footwear be worn.
Come test your skills at the Wildcat Mountain Alpine Disc Golf course and combine sport and scenery on our lift-serviced, 9-hole course.
As the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA) website explains, " Disc Golf shares the same joys and frustrations of traditional golf, whether it's sinking a long putt or hitting a tree halfway down the fairway. It is designed to be enjoyed by people of all ages, male and female, regardless of economic status."
Disc Golf is played using a flying disc or Frisbee® but shares the same challenge of completing each hole using the fewest number of throws (or strokes) from a starting area (or tee) to reach and have your disc land in an elevated basket (or target). After a short chairlift ride and walk past the ZipRider start deck, players begin and progress down designated fairways that may be more recognizable during the winter skiing and riding season as Cheetah, Snowcat Slope, or Wild Kitten trails as you will see on this course map. Players make each consecutive shot from the spot where the previous throw has landed and the natural terrain, elevation changes, trees, and target locations can be challenging obstacles for the golfer.
Each player will receive a 3-disc rental set (or you may play with your own) comprised of driver, mid-range and putter discs. Each hole will have a white tee for advanced players and a red tee intended for beginners. The object, just like traditional golf, is to complete each hole with the fewest number of throws.
For a printable PDF version of score card and rules, click here.
For spring/summer/fall ticket rates, click here.
For spring/summer/fall hours of operation, click here.