Disc Golf

The Sinnissippi Park disc golf course offers scenic views of the Rock River.

The majority of the course lies under the protection of large shade trees. The front 9 features nice elevation changes, and one of the best holes in the world! The natural island hole found at #5 is a beauty. On the back 9 you’ll trade in gentle hills for a flat and long stretch. The natural land offers rollers a paradise. Multiple pins on each hole offer a wide variety, and pines are changed often.

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June of 2012 saw the addition of 6 new, challenging holes. Each of the new holes is wooded to some degree, utilizing marginal areas of the park while running right alongside the existing course. All 24 tee signs have been updated and reflect all possible pin locations. The new hole #23 will surely become a favorite to all who play this course as it throws downhill through tight woods alongside an ancient limestone cliff.

Sinnissippi Park is also home to several Native American burial mounts from the Hopewellian Period. Be sure to visit this site at the west end of the course, along the bluff overlooking the river.

This course will challenge top players, and will be a blast for new players.

Course Details

  • Year Established: 1982
  • Course Type: Permanent
  • # of Holes: 27
  • Target Type: Mach III
  • Tee Type: Concrete
  • Elevation: 50/50 Flat/Hills
  • Foliage: Mixed – Trees/Open
  • Minimum Course Length: 7,587ft
  • Maximum Course Length: 9,977ft
  • Hole Length: Under 300ft: 9 – 300-400ft: 11 – Over 400ft: 4

Click here to view the official course legend!