Kincaid Park is Alaska’s first 18 hole disc golf course. The original course was established on May 3rd, 2003 and was made possible by local volunteers, company sponsors, and the generosity of several players. Denali, the highest mountain in North America, is visible from hole one’s driving pad. It is located in Anchorage’s largest park, and is inhabited with moose, bears, porcupines and many other forms of wildlife. It also offers stunning views of the Chugach Mountains.
Reminder – Gates lock at 10 PM every night! If you’re not out of the park by the time the gates lock you will have to walk out. Use the chalet restrooms and please pack out your own trash!
Details – Par at Kincaid Park is 54. Currently there are 18 innova discatcher baskets, with two driving pads per basket marked with red bricks for the short tees, and blue bricks for the long tees.. There is deep rough on many holes. Spotters are a must when shooting for some baskets.
Directions – Kincaid Park can be easily reached from Anchorage International Airport. From International Airport Road go South down Minnesota Blvd. Take the Raspberry Road exit which will take you west all the way to Kincaid Park chalet where the road ends.
Records (original course) – Mens course record is a 43 by Brian Threlkeld on October 11, 2003. Women’s record is a 57 by Noel Gabler on the same day. Doubles record is a scorching 38 by Robbie Rollins and Brian Threlkeld on July 31, 2003 during the State Doubles Championship.
Coming Soon! – Hole-by-hole descriptions, pictures and map.
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Westchester Lagoon is Alaska’s most popular disc golf course. It’s located in downtown Anchorage and is an excellent course for beginners. At just under 4,500 feet, this course is short and will test the finesse of players rather than their power. Innova Discatchers were installed in the summer of 2001. It was made possible because of donations and labor by local golfers. This course is free and there are ongoing weekly tournaments.
Details – Par is a 54. There are two sets of natural driving pads for each basket and are marked with red flags or paint. Bike trails meander throughout the entire course, so watch out for pedestrians and bikers. Paved bike trails are out of bounds in tournament play.
Directions – Westchester Lagoon is located off Spenard Road in midtown Anchorage. From Northern Lights Blvd., go North on Spenard, parking lot will be on your left after you have gone down the large hill and crossed the bridge.
Records – The course record is currently a 42 by Jeffrey Baker, Mario Roblez and Charles Bennett. Women’s record is a 53 by Noel Gabler on October 4, 2003. Doubles record is a 40 by Steve O and Charles Bennett on July 30, 2003 during the State Doubles Championship.
Westchester Lagoon Disc Golf Course – Hole-by-hole descriptions, pictures and map.
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